The greatest motivation for principals and teachers is for leaders to embrace and implement an authentic learning system.


A new approach to professional learning in New York's Syracuse City School District aims to ensure teacher practices are helping students meet district performance goals.


Speak up for educators tomorrow -- Wednesday, June 14 -- by writing members of Congress, using social media, and picking up the phone to request full funding for Title IIA.


The Bridgeport redesign team seeks ways to build coherent and relevant professional learning within and across district improvement efforts.


Stephanie Hirsh recently visited several schools in Delaware to see first-hand the impact of the state's redesigned professional learning system.


School systems that prioritize coherence are more likely to achieve their goals for students.


It's important that professional learning leaders continue to find ways to document success and tie it to teacher excellence and student achievement.


When teams of teachers are given time to research best practices, observe other teachers, and reflect on what they've learned, they grow professionally.


A comprehensive learning system is essential to supporting the kinds of professional learning that change practices and improve results. A new report from ERS helps make the case.


Reflecting on their time as school principals, two district leaders realize how little they understood about leading change.


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