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Gail Paul

Gail Paul

Gail Paul is Learning Forward’s content marketing specialist, where she helps learning Forward expand our outreach and supports our growing communications needs. Before joining Learning Forward, Gail was a communications consultant and freelance journalist, committed to helping organizations and their leadership teams create and measure clear communication that informs, persuades, and inspires action, advocacy, and alignment. She previously served as vice president of communications & marketing for the port authority in Cincinnati, Ohio, and has led several teams in communications strategy, editorial voice and storytelling, and production of high-quality content across various channels and platforms.

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    Webinar provides ground-level perspectives of investments & outcomes April 11, 2024; 3-4pm ET Register Federal Title II-A funding, the catalyst for educator recruitment, retention, and ongoing professional learning —all key elements for improving student outcomes —will be showcased in an upcoming professional learning session on Thursday, April 11. Education leaders […]
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    Dallas, Texas – March 28, 2024 – Learning Forward is pleased to announce that two programs with rich histories of advancing knowledge and practice of effective educator professional learning expanded their impact in 2023. The Learning Forward Academy and the Learning Forward Foundation deepened their partnership and worked to marshal […]
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    Students across the U.S. continue to need help catching up on unfinished learning, even as the final round of federal pandemic aid money for schools sunsets this year. The funding situation complicates the already difficult decisions education leaders must make about which programs and services to prioritize in order to […]
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    Learning Forward’s top professional learning blog posts of 2023 focused on critical topics addressing priorities faced by educators globally. Our top blogs of the year surfaced innovative models and strategies for supporting educator growth and equipping leaders, schools, and systems to address the evolving needs of their students. Several of […]
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    As the new school year begins, district leaders and principals may be asking themselves, "I know teacher collaboration is the best way to improve our school's instruction, but how can I best structure and support team learning and make sure it will improve student achievement?" Guidance on effectively structuring collaborative […]
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    Learning Forward is leading a broad education coalition to persuade members of U.S. Congress of the urgent need to invest in educators and their students by providing $2.4 billion for Title II, Part A in fiscal year 2024 appropriations. This funding level is necessary for Title II-A to be able […]
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    As school leaders, principals are positioned to send a strong message about equity and excellence in their buildings and campuses through their deep commitment to ensuring every child’s needs are respected and nurtured. Ensuring all principals have access to the kinds of high-quality professional learning that helps them become effective, […]
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    In support of Public Schools Week 2023, President of Learning Forward Mississippi Betty Wilson-McSwain participated as a panelist in a webinar titled “The Language of Connection to Build Community Relationships.” Facilitating the webinar was Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers. Their exchange highlights the importance of leaning […]
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    A new slate of guest columnists is lined up to write for The Learning Professional in 2023. February’s journal will debut pieces by Kathy Perret and Val Brown, who address the issue’s educator retention theme through their unique lenses – Perret’s as a veteran instructional coach, author, and consultant and […]
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    At Learning Forward, our blog posts tend to feel more like lively conversations with our colleagues, partners, and clients. The blog is a space where Learning Forward staff members and guest authors endeavor to share timely and highly relevant insights for the benefit of our readers to keep them connected […]

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