Tine Sloan is, in a manner of speaking, going home. The UC Santa Barbara associate teaching professor in the Gevirtz Graduate School of Education has been appointed by Gov. Newsom to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC), which sets all policies for credentials in the state. What’s more, commissioners unanimously elected her chair.
Sloan, who will retain her position at the university, previously spent 11 years as a non-voting member of the CTC representing the University of California system. In her new appointment, however, she will play an integral role in shaping the commission’s work in the coming year.
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