This brief shares findings from 122 interviews and a review of secondary resources about the current state of curriculum-based professional learning. Findings are organized based on Bridgespan’s field-building framework and provide recommendations for building the knowledge base, “actors,” and resources related to curriculum-based professional learning.
This webinar features a conversation with Zakiya Boyd from Nashville Teacher Residency, Dr. Tabitha Grossman from the National Center for Teacher Residencies, Dr. Susan Bunting, Former State Secretary of Education for the Delaware Department of Education, and Dr. Carey Wright, the State Superintendent of Mississippi Department of Education.
This IES infographic provides essential points for consideration in identifying appropriate support for English learner students who may also be struggling with learning disabilities. In addition to evidence-based recommendations, the overview includes links to a variety of tools and resources.
This tool includes identified resources that educator preparation programs, districts/schools, and professional development providers can use to build educator awareness and apply research-based literacy practices.
The Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) report–A Nation of Readers: How State Chiefs Can Help Every Child Learn to Read–is a call to action for state leaders to support evidence-based reading instructional practices, impact student reading development, and close reading gaps. For additional insight, The Education Trust podcast interviews reading researcher and National Reading Panel (NRP) lead, Timothy […]