To professionalize teaching, prioritize learning

By Segun Eubanks
Categories: Leadership, Standards for Professional Learning
December 2020
Vol. 41, No. 6
Segun Eubanks is director of the Center for Education Innovation and Improvement and professor of practice at the University of Maryland, College Park. He joined the Learning Forward board of trustees in December 2019. What role has Learning Forward played in your career? I first got involved with Learning Forward in the early 1990s while I was working on teacher recruitment and retention. When I became director of teacher quality at the National Education Association (NEA) in 2002, I worked closely with Learning Forward on developing standards and promoting them through policy, advocating for professional learning through Title II, coauthoring reports on collective bargaining, and more. I then had the great joy of being part of the Redesign PD Network, one of my favorite projects.

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