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Making Continuous Professional Learning an Organizational Norm
Making continuous professional learning an organizational norm

In schools, you've got to think about your priorities. How do you get the biggest bang for the buck? What provides the best education for the kids? How can you, in effect, use your resources so that the kids learn the most? It was my judgment that there was no place we could spend money better than on developing the staff. That needed to be our highest priority. Then I talked to the board and got them to set professional development as a priority. It is interesting that although we spent a great deal on professional development and were seen as having one of the best professional development programs in the state, ...

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