NATIONAL ART EDUCATION ASSOCIATION1916 Association Drive, Reston, VA 20191-1590 Tel: 703-860-8000
To promote art education through Professional Development, Service, Advancement of Knowledge, and Leadership
NATIONAL COUNCIL ON EDUCATION FOR THE CERAMIC ARTS77 Erie Village Square, Suite 280, Erie, Colorado 80516-6996 Tel: 866-266-2322 / 303-828-2811
The purpose of NCECA is to promote and improve the ceramic arts through education, research, and creative practice.
NEW YORK STATE ACADEMY FOR TEACHING AND LEARNINGNew York State Learning Standards
At the approach of the twenty-first century, the Board of Regents approved a new set of learning standards for New York students. They represent the core of what all people should know, understand and be able to do as a result of their schooling. As such, these learning standards are to form the basis for a re-vision of education in New York.
NEW YORK STATE ART TEACHERS ASSOCIATION (NYSATA)
The New York State Art Teachers, NYSATA, is a non-profit professional organization founded in 1948 for the purpose of advancing the cause of art education
NEW YORK STATE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT89 Washington Avenue, Albany, New York 12234 Tel: 518-474-3852
NEW YORK STATE EDUCATION DEPARTMENTNCLB - No Child Left Behind Act
NEW YORK STATE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT OFFICE OF TEACHING INITIATIVESCertification from Start to Finish
New York State teachers, administrators, and pupil personnel service providers are required to hold a New York State certificate in order to be employed in the State’s public schools. The certificates are issued by the Office of Teaching Initiatives, and certify that an individual has met required degree, coursework, assessment, and experience requirements. Certificates are issued in a number of titles in three major categories: classroom teaching, administrative and supervisory, and pupil personnel service (e.g., school counselor, psychologist, social worker).