North Carolina NT3 is funded by the US Department of Education through a SEED grant with the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards in partnership with the NCDPI, NCAE, and the NCAE NBCT Caucus-Network. The program work aims to make accomplished teaching the norm for every student in every school every day. Detailed information about the Network to Transform Teaching (NT3) can be located here.
Newton-Conover City Schools is one of five districts in North Carolina participating in the NT3 initiative. The Newton-Conover NT3 Team will be hosting a lunch and learn for districts interested in learning more about NT3 has impacted teaching and learning.
Session Description: “Empowering teachers to be leaders and celebrating their accomplishments pays dividends in more than just test scores. In Newton-Conover City Schools, we have designed innovative teacher leadership programs, developed intentional processes to integrate the tenets of accomplished teaching into our instructional and evaluation frameworks and looked at ways to use funding sources to both celebrate and empower our teacher leaders. Come learn more about the changes we have implemented and the results these changes have yielded” Dr. Heather Mullins, CAO.
What is the cost? This event is free. NT3 will reimburse mileage (one car per district), one-night lodging at double-occupancy (if needed), and lunch.
Who should attend? Districts may send 1-2 representatives. (Superintendent, Associate Superintendents, Curriculum Directors, Administrators, or Teachers)
When is the registration deadline? March 5, 2018
Register here (space is limited)
Who should you contact with questions?
Dr. Elizabeth Edwards, NC NT3 Director [email@example.com]