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Chapter Two: Time The Resource a School Can Manage to Create More Effective Instruction
If you don’t have the time to do it right, when will you have time to do it over?
The first chapter of this book lays out the challenges surrounding the use of professional learning resources. The issues focus primarily on “meta” challenges usually within the purview of state legislation and regulation, district negotiations and contracts, as well as legacy practices such as salary schedules and budget line items used to pay for external experts who provide training for instructional staff. These challenges are policy-driven and the responsibility of those who reside beyond the school site.
Yet, if we examine that ...