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In this era, what is the role of educators? CTQ’s roundtable discussion, in partnership with the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, explores issues of equity and social justice in education.
Selecting new initiatives is important for administrators and teachers—but so is refusing to take on too much, writes Jon Eckert in Edutopia.
@teachingquality hosts a Twitter chat exploring the power of story.
In a blog published by TeachingPartners, Barnett Berry and Vicki Philips share recommendations for teachers, administrators, education technology entrepreneurs, and policymakers to elevate teacher leadership.
How are issues of teacher recruitment, development, and retention impacting the profession? What can educators and public education advocates do about it? Educations fro across the country explore the implications of teacher shortages during a roundtable discussion co-hosted by CTQ and the Learning Policy Institute.
Micro-credentials, a new form of personalized professional development for teachers, offer a unique solution to the challenge of training school staff to design and implement performance assessments. Barnett Berry and Dan French explore micro-credentials in Voices in Urban Education (VUE).
What is the power of collective leadership in shaping the culture of a school and improving student learning? Do strong education leaders enhance or diminish collective leadership? CTQ’s roundtable discussion explores the idea, benefits, and implications of collective leadership in the teaching profession.
Years ago, many states came up with effective ways to address teacher shortages only to see those efforts dismantled for political reasons. In Phi Delta Kappan, Barnett Berry and Patrick Shields revisit lessons from NCTAF’s What Matters Most.
Barnett Berry and Vicki Philips explore the why of teacher leadership in a blog co-authored for TeachingPartners.
@teachingquality and @teachingpartner lead a Twitter chat discussing how collective leadership can transform your school into a more equitable, excellent learning environment for students.
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