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What does CTQ stand for?

CTQ stands for Center for Teaching Quality (est. 1999; Hillsborough, NC)

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December 2010) A report from The Center for Teaching Quality offers a set of recommendations for school policy and practice and offers a guide to developing systems of support for meaningful and sustainable school reform.
The report, Performance-Pay for Teachers: Designing a System that Students Deserve, is the first to be issued by TeacherSolutions, an initiative of the Center for Teaching Quality to bring the views of expert teachers to bear on critical issues facing public education and offer solutions based on their classroom experience.
The full website, being built by the Center for Teaching Quality, will launch in September with many resources for educators, including webinars, blogs, and text and video examples that will bring the standards to life.
The Center for Teaching Quality (CTQ) evolved from the National Commission on Teaching and America's Future (1996) and quickly became recognized for its efforts to promote teacher leadership, particularly conducting research and raising public awareness about what is needed to ensure that every child in the United States has a qualified, well-supported, and effective teacher.