Some professional learning communities form book study groups

Small groups of teachers are finding that reading education books together helps them develop new insights, and some districts are seeking to formalize the process. "My district is finding teachers are already involved," said Wendy A. Rothman, who introduced book study to her colleagues at the Ann Arbor, Mich., elementary school where she teaches. "Now, districts are moving toward using these book groups for professional development."

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