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Welcome to the Teacher Advisory Council (TAC)!   TAC was established in 2002 to advise the National Academies on matters related to education, especially teaching and learning in U.S. schools.

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Recent Events
Convocation
Professional Empowerment of STEM Teachers through Education Policy and Decision Making

June 5-6, 2014

This event focused on empowering teachers to play greater leadership roles in education policy- and decisionmaking in science, mathematics, engineering, and technology (STEM) at the national, state, and local levels. 

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The mission of the Council is to increase the usefulness, relevance, and communication of research to educational practice; help the research community develop new research that is informed by practice; provide advice about how other National Academies programs, initiatives, and recommendations can be most effectively implemented in schools; and offer guidance about how the National Academies can best communicate with the teaching community in the United States.


 
 
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The report Community Colleges in the Evolving STEM Education Landscape: Summary of a Summit highlights the importance of community colleges, especially in emerging areas of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) and preparation of the STEM workforce. In addition, the report looks at the changing and evolving relationships between community colleges and four-year institutions, with a focus on partnerships and articulation processes that can facilitate student success in STEM.  Read more.

 

 
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New Report:
STEM Learning is Everywhere: Summary of a Convocation on Building Learning Systems

Kids in AquariumSTEM Learning is Everywhere summarizes a convocation convened by the Teacher Advisory Council to explore how engaging representatives from the formal, afterschool, and informal education sectors could foster more seamless learning of STEM subjects for students in the elementary and middle grades. The report also discusses opportunities for STEM that may result from the new expectations of the Next Generation Science Standards and the Common Core Standards for Mathematics and Language Arts.

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