The Instructional Partners Network consists of instructional coaches/partners, principals, teacher leaders, and others from across the state ranging from Muscle […]read more
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School improvement and innovation should begin inside the school, writes author and McREL CEO Bryan Goodwin in this ABPC guest article. When a school changes because the people inside “genuinely want the change and have a true say in how they’ll create it, there are no limits to what they can achieve.” First step: build an inclusive leadership team.read more
Cathy Gassenheimer interviews Jennifer Abrams about communicating, collaborating, and creating community in today’s hyperconnected world. Cathy and Jennifer use the bestseller “New Power” (Heimans & Timms) to spring into a fascinating conversation about what it means to teach and lead in a society being shaped by social media.read more