Public Comment Requested on proposed Michigan Standards for the Preparation of Middle Grades (5-9) and High School (7-12) Science Teachers

MDE’s Official Weekly Communication announced the opening of public comment on proposed Michigan Standards for the Preparation of Middle Grades (5-9) and High School (7-12) Science Teachers.

We are very interested in receiving comments representing the perspective of the MI Sci PLN membership on these standards. The proposed standards can be viewed at Standards for the Preparation of Middle Grades (5-9) and High School (7-12) Science Teachers SBE PRESENTATION DRAFT. All feedback on the proposed standards must be submitted by 5:00 p.m., December 1, 2021, via online survey: Public Comment-Standards for the Preparation of (5-9) and (7-12) Science Teachers.

Please also see the official announcement and memo link below. Feel free to contact me at any time if I may provide further assistance.

Thank you!

Darcy

Darcy McMahon, M.A.

Higher Education Consultant, Educator Preparation Unit

Office of Educator Excellence

Michigan Department of Education

608 W. Allegan Street

Lansing, MI 48933

e: mcmahond2

o: 517-241-7096

c: 989-615-4372

https://www.michigan.gov/mde

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Public Comment on the Proposed Standards for the Preparation of Middle Grades (5-9) and High School (7-12) Science Teachers

A public comment period is open to provide input on a proposal presented to the State Board of Education (SBE) for the revision and adoption of new standards for the preparation of middle grades (5-9) and high school (7-12) science teachers. These standards are aligned with the Michigan K-12 Science Standards and the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Teacher Preparation Standards and will guide the preparation of candidates seeking certification and/or endorsement in these fields.

http://www.michigan.gov/documents/mde/Public_Comment_Science_Standards_738897_7.pdf

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