SAU #2, New HampshirePostsecondary
As the only educators in the building who see all students in every academic area for the entirety of their student experience, librarians are poised to be instructional leaders who can make meaningful change in their schools.
District of Mauston, Wisconsin
Mauston High School Teacher Leah Lechleiter-Luke was seeing firsthand the difficulty of attracting teachers to her rural school district in Mauston, WI, and the strain the teacher shortages were putting on her district.
South Dakota Schools, South DakotaPostsecondary
Sharla Steever, a Learning Specialist, wanted to address the critical need for teacher retention in her rural district, particularly within its higher-needs schools.
New Albany City, Mississippi
Mississippi State Teacher of the Year Mary Margarett King is no stranger to teacher leadership and is a powerful advocate for lifting up the voices of teachers in her community.
Albany County School District 1, WyomingPostsecondary
Joan James, Assistant Professor at the University of Wyoming College of Education, wanted to establish a stronger partnership between the university and the local school district in her community. She and her team wanted to improve communication between the two entities. Improved communication would...
Shenandoah County Public Schools, Virginia
Teachers can benefit from non-evaluative feedback to enhance their instructional design and delivery.