How PLCs are being used to boost student achievement

04/14/2011 | Minnesota 2020 (Saint Paul, Minn.)

Some school districts in Minnesota are using Professional Learning Communities to improve student achievement though increased collaboration among educators. The Osseo School District was the first in the state to establish PLCs systemwide, and has used the model for six years to help students maintain gains in performance. PLCs, which are set up by grade or subject, allow teachers to determine clear goals and share strategies to meet them.

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