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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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Professional learning as a system of nested supports

By Learning Forward | February 4, 2020

By Elizabeth Foster and Isabel Sawyer Imagine if all educators were supported over their careers by a “nested” professional learning system in which there was a pathway for professional growth […]

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How to spread proven professional learning programs

By Learning Forward | August 14, 2019

By Andrew J. Wayne Ten years ago, I met a researcher who was proud but frustrated. His randomized controlled trial published the year before had found a positive impact on […]

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New white paper: The Path to Instructional Excellence and Equitable Outcomes

By Learning Forward | July 31, 2019
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Seeing teaching through video

By Learning Forward | January 29, 2019

By: Yvonne Godber As a trainer and evaluator working on video-based professional development resources at Teachstone (a company founded by Professors Pianta and Hamre at the University of Virginia), I was so […]

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How social and emotional learning fits in the classroom

By Elizabeth Foster | July 5, 2018

Educators seeking new information to improve teaching strategies and connections with students know that it can be a challenge to integrate new ideas into existing routines and day-to-day practices. While […]

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