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The University Role in Teacher Preparation: Perspectives of a Chair, a Dean, and a Provost Documents

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The University Role in Teacher Preparation: Perspectives of a Chair, a Dean, and a Provost 

written by Howard Gobstein

A successful science teacher preparation effort requires commitment across the university.  Over 100 universities in NASULGC, A Public University Association, have committed to the Science and Mathematics Teacher Imperative (SMTI) to significantly increase the number, quality and diversity of the teachers they produce.  This national initiative is designed to galvanize university leadership to work with their faculties in addressing this critical national need.  Come to this informal discussion session to learn about SMTI and be prepared to engage seriously with a physics chair, a science dean and a provost (and former dean of education).

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