Two new studies on school management and teacher cadre management, released by Save the Children, have revealed interesting insights into how schools can be made better and how the quality of teachers needs to be treated as a serious issue.
If you find yourself entering the uncharted territory of being a teacher leader, chances are you're writing your job description as you go. In this wonderful new frontier where teachers lead teachers, much is new and much is unknown. Find someone in an official district...
"I am so excited to welcome many of you to our Annual Conference this year in Vancouver, British Columbia!" writes Learning Forward Executive Director Stephanie Hirsh. "Here I'm offering five reasons we are excited about being able to...
The Clarksville-Montgomery County (Tennessee) School System has allocated $900,000 to turn the Central Services South building into a professional development center. Director of Schools B.J. Worthington said it will be a professional...
A national survey has provided rare insight on how much support principals in the U.S. receive, showing that mentors and supervisors of school leaders do provide feedback focused on principals' role in teaching and learning, although the amount given varies. Principals in...
Innovative educators aren't born, they're formed and one way that happens is by participating in and providing excellent learning opportunities. This means knowing what mistakes to avoid and being part of experiences that are more than...
The "digital divide" is still very real. In places like Eminence, Kentucky, we've seen how creative school leaders have found ways to ensure that as many students as possible can benefit from access to the...
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