The paper, Classroom ready: Demonstrating the impact on student learning of initial teacher education programs, is intended to stimulate discussion about how teacher education programs in Australia can demonstrate their impact on school student learning. The following questions relate to the position outlined in the paper. We look forward to hearing your views on this important issue.

Submissions will close on: 11 September 2015 at 5:00pm AEST

Questions 1-4 are limited to 2,250 characters response, including spaces.

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* 1. Which of the proposed components of evidence of impact would convince you about the quality of initial teacher education programs?

* 2. What components of evidence of impact should be mandatory, and which should be optional?

* 3. What evidence of impact could initial teacher education providers feasibly collect?

* 4. Other comments

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