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Mary Dean Barringer

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Mary-Dean Barringer
MaryDean.Barringer@ccsso.org
919.923.5662

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Mary-Dean Barringer serves as the strategic initiative director of the Council of Chief State School Officers’ (CCSSO) portfolio of initiatives supporting the transformation of education workforce systems. Initiatives include CCSSO’s Network for Transforming Educator Preparation (NTEP), supporting the work of a growing number of states and over two dozen national partners in their efforts to implement policy recommendations to create performance based systems of educator preparation the National and State Collaboration for Educator Effectiveness (NSCEE)—a network of 30 states and partners working on a continuum of teacher and leader development policies and practices that SEAs can undertake.
Prior to joining CCSSO in December 2011, Mary-Dean held the position of Chief Executive Officer of the All Kinds of Minds Institute (North Carolina); Vice President for Mobilization and Outreach (1990-2000) at the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards and taught special education in Detroit for 13 years.

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Katrina Miller
Katrina.Miller@ccsso.org
803.963.5854

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Katrina Miller is a Senior Program Associate in the Education Workforce division at CCSSO. In here capacity, she provides support to state and other education agencies in improving educator training programs. In the past, Katrina served on the Tennessee Higher Education Race to the Top team. Her main function was to improve the teacher education programs and enhancing Tennessee’s effectiveness in STEM areas. This involved the development and production of Tennessee’s Report Card on the Effectiveness of Teacher Training Programs, the incorporation of data-driven instruction and the Common Core State Standards into teacher training programs for public and private IHEs, as well as implementing highly effective STEM educator development models throughout the state.

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Saroja Barnes

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Saroja R. Barnes, Ph.D is currently the director of Educator Preparation Initiatives at the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) where she directs educator preparation initiatives that support state authorities as they implement policies and practices consistent with the CCSSO Task Force recommendations to transform educator preparation within an overall system of instructional improvement, ensuring educators enter the workforce ready to advance student learning and lead schools that support student achievement.

Prior to joining CCSSO, Dr. Barnes was the Branch Chief for Educator Preparation Program and Assessment at the Maryland State Department of Education where she directed state and federal oversight and regulatory responsibilities for professional educator preparation including the approval of Continuing Professional Development courses used by Local School Systems, policy development and implementation in Maryland’s PK-20 teacher and principal preparation community, implementation of alternative professional educator preparation programs, and technical assistance to Institutions of Higher Education regarding National and State evaluation site visits.

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Angie Andersen

(202) 336-7013

 

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Angie Andersen is the Program Associate for Education Workforce for the Council of Chief State School Officers

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