Teachers in Douglas County, Ga. take on CCSS and new evaluation systems through common district assessments.


We must keep autonomy, mastery, and purpose in mind when developing new professional learning systems.


Staff agreements can be the key to ensuring a productive, effective, and safe working culture.


Effective learning communities provide structures, processes, and products that lead to continuous improvement.


Teachers in authentic learning communities hold one another accountable and take responsibility for improving themselves and each other.


A new report focuses on what districts and states can expect to invest in implementation of the Common Core State Standards.


Effective conversations are essential to the success of a school.


Whether it's Carnegie Hall or classroom excellence, the route is the same.


Results from a new study suggest that professional development around the common standards needs to extend beyond knowledge and skills and address educators' dispositions and practice.


Solutions for how to overcome resistance to change are as universal as the problem itself.


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