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News and Announcements
CTC--Seeking Educators for the CPACE Standard Setting Panel—Applications Due May 22, 2015
The Commission is seeking California educators to serve on the California Preliminary Administrative Credential Examination (CPACE) Standard Setting Panel to assist in recommending a passing score standard for the revised CPACE examination. The Commission will consider applications from individuals with experience and expertise in California public K-12 school administration, including current and former school administrators and administrator educators. In addition to the online application form, applicants must provide a brief resume highlighting the applicant’s education, experience, and/or expertise with respect to California K-12 public school administration. The standard setting panel will meet for two days during the first week of August 2015.
CTC Meeting April 23rd Information/Action Items 4B and 4C related to Administrator Performance Assessment
Click on following link to access CTC April Agenda
CAPEA sent a letter to CTC Executive Board regarding proposed Assessment Design Standards CAPEA Letter to CTC re APA
CAPEA’s position on the Administrator Performance Assessment (APA) for the Preliminary Credential program pathway:
We support performance, authentic-based candidate assessment that occurs at program completion;
We support candidate performance assessment data that can be part of program multiple assessment data;
We advocate for portfolio-designed assessment to better measure candidate performance as emerging leaders; and
We request continued input from the field to include portfolio-appropriate task items in the APA.
New editorial board member recognition
Our new editorial board member of the CAPEA Journal, Rebeca Burciaga, got a very important recognition by the UCEA-Davis Award for her article published in the Education Administration Quarterly *Division A, AERA). Here is an excerpt of the notification:
"The troublesome legacy of Brown v. Board of Education," was selected as this year's recipient of UCEA’s Davis Award. The William J. Davis Award is given annually to the author(s) of the most outstanding article published in Educational Administration Quarterly during the preceding volume year. Your paper was selected by an independent committee of your peers, and was a unanimous choice."