What are teacher-powered schools and how do they impact student learning?
For the past two months, members of the CTQ Collaboratory explored teacher-powered schools—schools collaboratively designed and run by teachers—and shared their experiences with this student-centered model during a roundtable discussion. The roundtable was led by NC teacher Ben Owens and Lori Nazareno of CTQ, who also facilitated a #teacherpowered Twitter chat with roundtable participants.
Please share your thoughts and experiences by commenting on these blog posts, joining the conversation in the CTQ Collaboratory, and sharing on social media with #CTQCollab.
- Jeff Austin: Teacher-powered schools open doors to adaptive solutions
- Carrie Bakken and Julene Oxton: Collaboration, Not Competition: Charter and District Teacher-Powered Schools Share a Common Purpose
- Barnett Berry: Getting school choice right: Cultivating student-centered learning in teacher-powered schools
- Sarah Giddings: The spark of collaboration
- Rebekah Kang: Five ways teacher-powered schools use data
- Alysia Krafel: The role of the principal in a teacher-powered school
- Kim Manning Ursetta: Empowering students, empowering change in school
- Lori Nazareno: Beyond compliance: Creating the schools our students need
- Ben Owens: Why your school should be teacher-powered