Category Archives: Teacher Ownership, Knowledge & Leadership

To what extent do teachers and school leaders demonstrate ownership, learn about, and exercise leadership with regard to more and better learning time implementation strategies?

It’s About Time: Lessons from Expanded Learning Time in Meriden, CT

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Cost-effective Strategies for Extended Learning Time and Expanded Opportunity in K-12 Education

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Teacher-led Professional Development: Empowering Teachers as Self-advocates

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Effective Teaching as a Civil Right: How Building Instructional Capacity Can Help Close the Achievement Gap

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Grow Your Own Teachers: Grassroots Change for Teacher Education

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Strengthening Science Education

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Collective Practice, Quality Teaching: Voices in Urban Education 27

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Clarence Edwards Middle School: Success Through Transformation

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Teacher Voice and Ownership of Curriculum Change

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Why does this matter?

Successful implementation of more and better learning time is dependent on the ownership and leadership of teacher-led efforts throughout the implementation process. Teachers’ expertise, experience, and on-the-ground understanding of effective implementation strategies are key to learning and development. Teachers are … Continue reading

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