Professional learning communities allow educators to collaborate

10/26/2009 | Times-Standard (Eureka, Calif.)

Educators in a California county say teaching and learning have improved through teacher collaboration and the adoption of professional learning communities. The teacher-centered reforms include collaboration among educators in neighboring districts and feeder schools as well as a focus on addressing learning difficulties early with interventions.

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Times-Standard (Eureka, Calif.)

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