In Year 5, NCCC will continue to support ND DPI with the implementation of its state educator equity plan by developing resources, facilitating meetings, and sharing information compiled from other states related to recruitment, retention, and aspiring educators; as well as help ND DPI engage stakeholders by supporting the facilitation of committees formed to carry out state educator equity plan strategies.
During the 2016‐17 school year, ND DPI will continue working with Technology & Innovation in Education (TIE) to develop lesson plans related to the Essential Understandings and train 50 educators to represent schools that serve Native American students. NCCC will provide guidance on collecting, reporting, and using data to ensure the Essential Understandings implementation is efficient and effective.
In collaboration with the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) and AdvancED, NCCC will provide resources and supports to ND DPI staff as they finalize their state ESSA plan. Specifically, NCCC will support ND DPI with engaging educational stakeholders from across the North Dakota, including tribal representatives, and developing materials and resources to support implementation of the State Plan in the 2017‐18 school year.
North Dakota Education System Profile
The North Dakota Educator Recruitment and Retention Task Force addresses the teacher shortage in North Dakota and aligns with its Educator Equity Plan.
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