PD Brain Trust

By Learning Forward
April 2015
Members of the PD Brain Trust are among the field’s leading thinkers, designers, and practitioners. They represent advocacy and research organizations, educator associations, foundations, school systems, higher education institutions, and state and provincial education agencies. Roderick Allen, British Columbia Ministry of Education Barnett Berry, Center for Teaching Quality Catherine Brown, Center for American Progress Karen Cator, Digital Promise Timothy Daly, TNTP Jennifer Davis, National Center on Time & Learning Dan Domenech, American Association of School Administrators Segun Eubanks, National Education Association Stephen Fink, University of Washington Center for Educational Leadership Crystal Gonzales, Helmsley Charitable Trust Tabitha Grossman, Hope Street Group Tomeka Hart, Southern Education Foundation Bryan Hassel, Public Impact Anthony Jackson, Asia Society Susan Moxley, Lake County Schools William Olsen, University of Chicago Urban Education

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