On October 13, 2011, APLU released the "Discussion Paper on Common Core State Standards and Teacher Preparation: The Role of Higher Education." In addition, we unveiled a new partnership to prepare mathematics teachers for the common core state standards, an effort funded in part by the NSF.
W. Gary Martin, Leischuck Distinguished Professor, Mathematics Education, Auburn University
Stephen Pruitt, Vice President, Content, Research and Development, Achieve
Nancy Shapiro, Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, University System of Maryland
Suzanne Wilson, University Distinguished Professor and Chairperson, Teacher Education, Michigan State University
Howard Gobstein, Co-director of the Science and Mathematics Teacher Imperative; Executive Vice President, APLU
Charles Coble, Co-director of the Science and Mathematics Teacher Imperative; Founding Partner of the Third Mile Group; Founding Partner of Teacher Preparation Analytics
The common core state standards for mathematics and recently released science framework provide an opportunity to improve K-12 science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education. However, a significant challenge to successful implementation and fulfillment of this potential is having a teacher workforce prepared to teach to these higher standards. APLU's Science and Mathematics Teacher Imperative (SMTI) is convening this panel to discuss how higher education can help meet this challenge.
The Science and Mathematics Teacher Imperative (SMTI) is an initiative of A۰P۰L۰U and the nation’s public research universities to transform middle and high school science, technology, engineering and mathematics education by preparing a new generation of world-class science and mathematics teachers.
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