Teacher Effectiveness Project


CED’s main program outcomes include: Examining and highlighting each community’s efforts to improve teacher quality. Focusing the attention of business, education, and labor stakeholders on the current teacher-effectiveness agenda, evidence-based reform projects, and the potential for system improvement. Building and strengthening partnerships with business and education, reaching out to include labor representation (where applicable), and linking these efforts to state-level policy reforms. Developing and supporting the implementation of policies and strategies for strengthening the teacher quality system.



RELATED POLICY FOCUS AREAS

Education
Early Childhood
Foreign Languages
K-12
Postsecondary

SUBCOMMITTEE CO-CHAIRS

Michael Chesser
Chairman and CEO (Retired)
Great Plains Energy, Inc.

Steffen Palko
President and Vice Chairman (Retired)
XTO Energy Inc.

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Promoting student success through reform of human resource policies in education.


ACTIVITY

Repost: America’s Businesses Need the Common Core

Last week Allan Golson, President, United States Program for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, moderated a panel discussion at CED's Fall Policy Conference on College-and Career-Readiness, commonly known as the Common Core...

November 26, 2013   |    Blog    |    Teacher Effectiveness Project, Education, K-12



Fall Policy Conference

CED hosted its Fall Policy Conference on November 20 – 21, 2013 in New York City, New York. The conference hosted panel discussions on business statesmanship, women’s economic empowerment, the economy, and college-and-career readiness, as well...

November 20, 2013   |    Event    |    Fiscal Health ProjectTeacher Effectiveness ProjectWomen On Corporate Boards Project, Education, K-12, Fiscal Health, Economy & Federal Budget, Global Competitiveness, Women's Economic Empowerment



Leveraging Partnerships to Improve Teaching and Learning: Lessons from Kentucky, Florida, and Texas         July 2013

         As a nonprofit, nonpartisan, business-led public policy organization that seeks to deliver well-researched analysis and reasoned solutions to the nation’s most critical issues, the Committee for Economic Development ...

July 31, 2013   |    Policy Analysis    |    Teacher Effectiveness Project, Education, K-12



Business Partnerships to Advance STEM Education: Building a Bridge to Careers in STEM

The Committee for Economic Development, in partnership with José Martí MAST 6-12 Academy and others have released the issue brief "Business Partnerships to Advance STEM Education: Building a Bridge to Careers in STEM." ...

July 10, 2013   |    Policy Position    |    Teacher Effectiveness Project, Education, K-12



Business Partnerships to Advance STEM Talent: Building a Bridge to Homegrown STEM Talent

The Committee for Economic Development, in partnership with José Martí MAST 6-12 Academy and others have released the issue brief "Business Partnerships to Advance STEM Talent: Building a Bridge to Homegrown STEM Talent." ...

July 10, 2013   |    Policy Position    |    Teacher Effectiveness Project, Education, K-12



Supporting New Teachers: The Importance of the First Year in Ensuring Success and Retention

Supporting New Teachers: The Importance of the First Year in Ensuring Success and Retention is a report of the Prichard Committee’s Team on Teacher Effectiveness in Kentucky.  The report brief provides an...

June 10, 2013   |    Policy Position    |    Teacher Effectiveness Project, Education, Foreign Languages



Evaluating Teachers: Kentucky’s Approach to Creating a Successful System

Evaluating Teachers: Kentucky’s Approach to Creating a Successful System is a second state report of the Prichard Committee’s Team on Teacher Effectiveness.  The report brief provides an overview of the...

June 10, 2013   |    Policy Position    |    Teacher Effectiveness Project, Education



Guest Blog: STEM Programs Encourage Classroom Confidence in Girls

As the Assistant Principal of José Martí MAST 6-12 Academy, I have had the privilege of coordinating the Business Partnership to Advance STEM Success (B-PASS) Grant from the CED. Thanks to the grant,...

May 31, 2013   |    Blog    |    Teacher Effectiveness Project, Education



America Has Got to Invest in Education

“The education system needs to be innovative and it needs to reflect this economy that we live in now." –Mike Petro, Executive Vice President, CED Education and the business community are inextricably linked,...

May 17, 2013   |    Blog    |    Teacher Effectiveness Project, Education, Early Childhood



Business Partnerships to Advance STEM Education: A Model of Success for the Nation

Committee for Economic Development, in partnership with the Council for Educational Change, José Martí MAST 6-12 Academy, and Miami Dade County Public Schools have released the issue brief “Business Partnerships to Advance...

May 17, 2013   |    Policy Position    |    Teacher Effectiveness Project, Education



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