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One barrier to advancements in leadership has been cracked, if not broken.   CTQ has helped teachers grow as leaders for two decades. And we have learned a thing or two about leadership along the way. Drawing from the expertise and insights of these leaders, we have shattered the rationale for developing teacher leadership separate from […]

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My experience on the Camino revealed many parallels to the storytelling work at CTQ and shows why it is so important for educators to share their stories.

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When I’m not working, I’m often running — for exercise or after my four-year-old. And I’ve had my share of injuries, most recently a pulled hamstring that wouldn’t heal. When I complained to the doctor, she shook her head at me. “Look,” she said, “the hamstring is actually a bundle of muscles. The way you’re […]

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To make micro-credentials a game-changer for personalized learning for educators, I had to get close. I had to make it personal.

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