Accomplished California Teachers (ACT) is a teacher leadership network for the state of California. Currently an independent group, ACT was launched in 2008 as a project of the National Board Resource Center, which is run by the Graduate School of Education at Stanford University. Our mission is to amplify teacher voice in educational policy, research, and public forums, while providing our members with resources and support to become more effective leaders at every level – from their department or school right on up to state and national initiatives. We have published two policy reports on teaching in California (please see our Publications page), and have organized a variety of events for policymakers, teachers, and other education stakeholders. ACT has been supported in the past by grants from the Stuart Foundation and the Hewlett Foundation.
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ACT is an Affiliated Network of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.
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