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CURRENT ISSUE: Setting the standard

June 2022

This issue celebrates the 2022 revision of Standards for Professional Learning. It explains how and why the standards have been updated, provides examples of how educators at all levels are applying them to improve their work, and shares tools for implementing standards in your own context.

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Featured Articles

 
Coaching practices to stem the looming principal exodus: ONLINE EXCLUSIVE
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Job-embedded coaching provides the support that many principals lack.

One district’s path to a diverse staff
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Efforts to recruit and retain educators of color are paying off in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools.

Empathy interviews
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A tool for listening deeply and centering diverse perspectives in decisions and policies.

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Targeted learning can build leaders’ knowledge in content they haven’t taught.