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In Mississippi, advocating for each and every child

By Gail Paul | March 3, 2023

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.” […]

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Top 15 blogs reflect high-quality professional learning priorities

By Gail Paul | December 22, 2022

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 […]

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The Learning Professional’s top 10 articles of 2022

By Suzanne Bouffard | December 14, 2022

What professional learning topics resonated most with you in 2022? If you’re like many readers of The Learning Professional, building collaboration in divisive times and implementing revised Standards for Professional […]

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Here’s what The Learning Professional will focus on in 2023

By Suzanne Bouffard | August 5, 2022

Each year, The Learning Professional team announces a slate of themes for the following year’s issues. We consider the field’s pressing needs, members’ roles and interests, and emerging research. We […]

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Effective leadership: Webinar teases out findings from principal preparation, professional learning studies

By Gail Paul | June 22, 2022

New research supported by The Wallace Foundation shares clear evidence of the influence principals wield on educator effectiveness, and in turn, student achievement levels and graduation rates. It is crucial that principals receive excellent job preparation and have access to high-quality learning throughout their leadership service.

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Why principals matter more than ever

By Frederick Brown | July 28, 2021

As I’ve talked with school principals over the past year, I’ve consistently heard three themes. First, principals recognize that their leadership matters now more than ever before, and they are […]

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