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Make sure you don’t forget your March 25 deadline! Applying to become a Master Teacher? March is a big month to finish up your final touches. We hope March 25 is circled on your calendars!Here’s what’s due on March 25: A copy of the National Board Certification or the score report for Component 2 o

Mar 17, 2016

Make sure you don’t forget your March 25 deadline!


Applying to become a Master Teacher? March is a big month to finish up your final touches. We hope March 25 is circled on your calendars!

Here’s what’s due on March 25:


  • A copy of the National Board Certification or the score report for Component 2 or 3




  • Your individual Professional Development Plan



  • Your Letters of Reference


The Master Teacher Program helps facilitate teacher leadership in districts around the state through coaching and mentoring roles.

But do teachers really need a mentor? It appears that they do, and some districts are using the program to boost teacher retention.

Tolleson Elementary School District has retained 90 percent of beginning teachers assigned mentors in the Master Teacher Program. The district also cites the program’s benefit to teacher recruitment. Learn more about its success with the Master Teacher Program here.

Want to learn more about the Master Teacher Program? Check out Arizona K12 Center’s guide here.

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@azk12 Dec 05, 2019 23:14:19

RT @staceyhicks81: Just a reminder for those waiting for scores, your report will be provided via your National Board account. Don't forget…

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