Teacher: Educators need more time to collaborate

02/18/2010 | Teacher Leaders Network

Collaboration among educators is necessary to provide the best possible education for students, teacher Dan Brown writes in his blog. However, Brown writes that the results of a recent survey show that few teachers are receiving enough time for collaboration even though educators believe that schools that do offer time for such activities are more successful. The survey found that, on average, teachers spend only 2.7 hours per week working together.

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