Equity and excellence in teaching and learning.
Learning Forward shows you how to plan, implement, and measure high-quality professional learning so you and your team can achieve success with your system, your school, and your students.
We help educators hone their advocacy skills, including the collection and compilation of data, to make the case in local education settings for effective professional learning.
Standards for Professional Learning outline the characteristics of professional learning that leads to effective teaching practices, supportive leadership, and improved student results.
Professional learning can help educators navigate the competing priorities, increasing student needs, and intense pressure they are experiencing today. This issue examines how.
Learning Forward supports leaders at all levels to transform their systems into true learning systems, where all educators engage in a measurable and scalable cycle of improvement.
We call on local, state, and federal governments to appropriately devote substantial resources towards four key educational priorities. Learn more.
Our new Standards for Professional Learning book offers educators the latest knowledge and insights to design, implement, and sustain high-quality professional learning.
Aimee Volk (email@example.com) is district-level curriculum coordinator in West Fargo, North Dakota.
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