Education Week


Jonas Chartock responds to the question, “How can Central Offices of School Districts best help schools, their administrators and teachers, and their students and families?”

He shares, “Central offices can do a lot to create the ecosystem for collaborative, successful, sustainable teacher and student learning. In our work with districts, that’s actually where it starts.  We work with central offices to establish the mission, vision, and key conditions for strong professional learning systems, build leadership capacity to support principals and teachers, and encourage wide-scale adoption of rigorous curricula and assessments to make way for the highest quality teaching and learning.”

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