Collaboration for Effective Educator Development, Accountability, and Reform Center
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The Collaboration for Effective Educator Development, Accountability, and Reform Center (CEEDAR) is designed to help State Education Agencies (SEAs), Institutions of Higher Education (IHEs), and Local Education Agencies (LEAs) create aligned professional learning systems that provide teachers and leaders effective opportunities to learn how to improve core and specialized instruction in inclusive settings that enable students with disabilities to achieve college and career ready standards. The technical assistance (TA) effort is organized around universal, targeted, and intensive TA supports. AIR, as subcontractor to University of Florida, is taking the lead in intensive TA.
The Center provides intensive TA supports to 20 states. Intensive TA services, tailored to the needs of each state, seek to reform and align the areas of licensure standards, teacher and leader preparation and induction, and personnel evaluation data systems to inform preparation program improvement. CEEDAR provides responsive technical assistance through knowledge building of evidence-based research and practice. CEEDAR also supports implementation of the research into school-based instruction and practices through online tools and resources, leadership development, collaborative teams of stakeholders, and ongoing learning opportunities.
Mary Brownell, University of Florida
Lynn Holdheide, AIR
TA Providers email
Level of Support
Alternative Routes to Certification
Evidence Based Practices
Multi-tiered Systems of Support
State Education Agencies
Other Services Provided: CEEDAR operates in the policy lever areas of educator preparation reform
certification and licensure
and preparation program evaluation
and/or review (including data systems). Additionally
we have areas of emphasis
within those policy areas that include data collection and use
state systems alignment
and equity and access.