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April 2013 Archives
Stephanie Hirsh rebuffs the two most-cited reasons schools are not able to give educators professional learning time during their regular work schedules.
Paul B. Ash, superintendent of Lexington (Mass.) Public Schools, explains what it means to be a school system that learns.
Discover how the Leadership standard encourages teachers to design roadmaps for their own learning and leading.
Bryant Gillis, a middle school principal serving on the Kentucky Task Force for Professional Learning, discusses the importance of changing from a culture of professional development to a culture of professional learning, especially when combined with the introduction and deconstruction of the Common Core State Standards.
During the last few months, Frederick Brown has noticed a common theme emerging as he engages with school principals from New York to Arizona: Principals are feeling overwhelmed and under-supported as they prepare for Common Core implementation.
A new report from the National Center for Literacy Education found that teachers value learning collaboratively with their peers but have insufficient time built into their workdays to do so.