Over the past two months, a collection of teachers, administrators, instructional coaches, and educational leaders from around the nation have grappled with these very questions in CTQ’s blogging roundtable discussion on collective leadership. And from that discussion, I’ve learned that the time for collective leadership is now. Here’s what schools and districts need to make the shift from traditional leadership to collective.
How are issues of teacher recruitment, development, and retention impacting the profession? What can educators and public education advocates do about it? Educators across the country are exploring the implications of teacher shortages during a roundtable blogging discussion in the CTQ Collaboratory.