The World Bank SABER-Teacher framework identifies key dimensions that are central to producing a comprehensive description of the ways in which education system regulate their teaching force. These are: 1. Requirements for entering and remaining in the teaching profession, 2. Initial teacher preparation, 3. Recruitment and employment, 4. Teacher workloads and autonomy, 5. Professional development, 6. Compensation, 7. Retirement rules and benefits, 8. Monitoring and evaluation of teacher quality, 9. Teacher representation and voice, and 10. School leadership.
An undergraduate degree at UAB requires the completion of 120 credits, and the Collat School of Business's nationally ranked bachelor of science in accounting program curriculum itself requires 48 credits to complete. Accredited by the prestigious AASCB, and endorsed by the Institute of Management Accountants for successful CMA preparation, the entire program may be pursued online with no visits to Birmingham necessary. Most classes are asynchronous, and students typically take four years to graduate. Collat also offers minors in management, human resource management, and business administration online (which could be used to enhance an accounting student's profile, for example). Admission requires a high school transcript and scores from the SAT or ACT exam.
For example, The Broad highlighted Doudna saying she experienced “many frustrations” in getting CRISPR to work in eukaryotic cells. But one can believe that it was obvious that CRISPR would work in eukaryotic cells, and still not expect that it would work the first time someone tried it or that the process would be free or frustration. Because that’s how science works! It is often difficult and frustrating – indeed it almost always is – even when you’re working on something that is obvious. Lander knows this. He was once a scientist. And yet he and The Broad are perfectly happy to misrepresent the scientific process to bolster their legal case.