Resources for the Teacher as Instructional Leader Program
These standards have been adopted by the State of Tennessee.
Links to InTASC Standards publications from CCSSO.
Revised 2010 by the International Reading Association
Includes the most current versions of NETS (National Educational Technology Standards) for students, teachers, and administrators developed by the International Society for Technology in Education
The Five Core Propositions and Standards by Certificate developed by NBPTS.
This 2007 revision is published jointly by NCTE (National Council of Teachers of English) and IRA (International Reading Association).
Published jointly by NCTE and IRA
Standards for teaching school mathematics developed by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Includes the 2008 revision of Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC) standards.
The newest iteration of standards from the Learning Forward association.
Developed by the Association for Teacher Educators (ATE).
Created by the Teacher Leadership Exploratory Consortium to stimulate dialog about teacher leadership.
Formerly known as the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
Association for Teacher Educators
A nonprofit organization of chief state school officers from across the nation that provides leadership and advocacy on educational issues.
Includes resources that cultivate teacher leadership.
A publication of ASCD (formerly the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development)
Educational Testing Service
An international association of educators focused on “student achievement through effective professional learning.”
This collaboration of Learning Point Association, ETS, and Vanderbilt University includes teacher quality research briefs.
A consortium that advances educational leadership. Their website includes resources for educational administration.
An initiative of CTQ designed to improve teacher quality.
The current assessment model for principal and teacher evaluation being used in Tennessee.
Includes links to the Knox County Teacher Resource Center.
The results of the Teaching, Empowering, Leading & Learning survey administered to Tennessee educators statewide.