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A Global Network of Teachers and Their Professional Learning Systems


Of all the lessons learned of late from top-performing nations, one stands out: effective education systems include structures and time for teachers to learn to teach effectively and collaboratively.

Drawing on the rich descriptions of seven classroom experts from Lexington (KY), Denver, Seattle, Toronto, Singapore, and Shanghai, this report discusses the following recommendations:
-- Rethink how teachers time is allocated
-- Connect teacher evaluations with professional learning systems
-- Value opportunities for teachers to learn from one another
-- Establish career pathways encouraging teachers to lead without leaving the classroom
-- Expand professional learning offerings and access points