Leading Educators researchers Rebecca Taylor-Perryman, Ariana Audisio, and Laura Meili dig into practical evaluation methods and results in the February 2024 issues of The Learning Professional.
Despite the many benefits, implementing a new curriculum can be a little bumpy. Learn why that is and how to avoid it.
With limited time and so many edtech tools to choose from, how are you supposed to know which will actually make a difference? Leading Educators developed the Value Add of Technology on Teaching (VATT) Framework with teachers, school and system leaders, researchers, and experts from around the globe to answer this question. VATT outlines practices … Continued
Open Up Opportunity is designed to help school leaders find new paths to instructional improvement, naming four habits and curated tools.
Teaching for Equity is an integrated vision designed to guide you to reflect on your teaching, to support whole students, and to live out your commitments to anti-racism.
A new paper explores how professional learning anchored in high-quality curriculum materials allows teachers to experience the instruction their students will receive and change their instructional practices, leading to better student outcomes.
The Center for American Progress features LE’s work in Tulsa in a set of cases studies about successful, curriculum-based professional learning.
A report from Learning Forward profiles DC Public Schools’ efforts to establish a first-of-its-kind professional learning system.
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