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CEEDAR, which stands for “Collaboration for Effective Educator Development, Accountability and Reform," is a national effort through a partnership between the University of Florida, the American Institutes for Research and the Council of Chief State School Officers.
The national CEEDAR website has many valuable resources and tools that are available for free.
There are 22 participating states in CEEDAR and each state has a small section on the national website to highlight local resources. New Hampshire has been a CEEDAR technical assistance partner since 2014 and has several participating teacher preparation programs at colleges across the state.
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