How Shanghai can help U.S. schools develop teacher leadership

06/15/2014 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

The U.S. can improve teacher leadership and retention by learning from Shanghai, where teachers are given more time for collaboration and other activities outside the classroom, writes Seattle teacher Rachel Evans. She recommends schools expand teacher learning and leading opportunities, increase time for collaboration and rethink how teachers allocate their time.

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