Sustainable Funding for Teacher Leaders
School District of Lee County, Florida
District Coordinator Helen Davis Martin knew her district in Fort Myers, FL needed to address sustainable career pathways for teacher leaders.
Strengthening Partnerships: Forming a Teacher Action Committee
Prince George’s County Public Schools, Maryland
Talented and Gifted Teacher and Instructional Program Coordinator Karuna Skariah, NBCT, believed classroom teachers in her community in Lanham, MD craved a stronger and more purposeful relationship with the CEO and central office of the Board of Education.
Leveraging Partnerships To Strengthen New Teachers
Harrison School District Two, Colorado
Colorado Springs, CO Instructional Coordinator Dawn-Antoinette Thomas recognized that increasing numbers of new hires to Harrison School District Two each year were straining the district’s available resources for new staff training.
Empowering Critical Friends for Change
Freire Charter School District, Pennsylvania
Science Educator and Instructional Coach Jason Falconio recognized a dual problem in his school district: student attrition and teacher turnover.
Developing Socio-Emotional Skills in a Diverse School Environment
Baltimore County Public Schools, Maryland
Clare Kruft’s team from Norwood Elementary School in Dundalk, MD is focused on developing their students’ capacities for social problem-solving, empathy, and self-reflection in the school setting.
A Fresh Perspective: Non-Evaluative Coaching Models Improving Instruction
Shenandoah County Public Schools, Virginia
Teachers can benefit from non-evaluative feedback to enhance their instructional design and delivery.