Ky. teachers learn from each other in PLCs

A Kentucky high-school principal and teachers have turned around their struggling school by focusing on data to determine student understanding and meeting in professional learning communities. The teachers meet once each week to talk about test scores and teaching methods, as well as data of individual students. Teachers also have an opportunity to learn from each other, including a recent session in which one educator shared how he encourages students to participate in after-school tutoring.

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