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Moving from Compliance to Agency: What Teachers Need to Make Professional Learning Work

Learning Forward and the National Commission on Teaching & America’s Future (NCTAF)  released a joint white paper that offers specific strategies to improve educator agency based on research and conversations with teachers and principals from around the country.  The paper … Continue reading

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Modernizing Educator and Leader Development for a Next Generation Workforce

A highly trained and engaged educator workforce will be the single most important driver of a successful personalized, competency-based education system. Educators and leaders will take on new roles as they work individually and collectively to design customized pathways to … Continue reading

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Superintendents, Principals Move to Conquer Tech Weaknesses

Many school leaders insist on the need to promote a school culture that embraces blended learning and innovation through technology, but they struggle to put in place what they preach.  “We’re constantly getting calls from superintendents and principals who just … Continue reading

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How to Prepare Teachers for Digital Education

When it comes to education technology, the next generation of teachers is getting a steady supply of knowledge and practice. But like anything, technology must be integrated well to help students learn.  In today’s teacher preparation programs, college professors balance … Continue reading

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