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Published in Announcements on August 17th, 2016

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Implement the “Feedback Process”

Published on August 8th, 2016

District and schools interested in taking the next step in “The Feedback Process” journey can engage with CEC in any of the following areas. Utilizing Feedback Typology Develop a common understand of the various types, purposes, and sources of feedback Identify ways to utilize data and evidence in the feedback process Plan for a future

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Partner with CEC on Strategic Planning

Published on July 13th, 2016

School districts interested in a strong partner to engage in a stakeholder involved strategic planning process where the approved plan becomes a guiding document for continuous improvement should consider the CEC strategic planning process. Using a research-based process, CEC works closely with district leaders to tailor the process to fit the system’s unique needs, to

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CEC and NEA Celebrate the Success of the Early Career Leadership Fellowship (ECLF) Initiative

Published in Announcements on July 5th, 2016

The NEA and CEC partnered during the 2015-16 school year on an effort titled the Early Career Leadership Fellow (ECLF) initiative. The goal is to connect early career teacher leaders to union leadership, centered specifically around professional unionism and social justice unionism. Learn More

Partnership for Resilience Part Two: A Journey Towards Trauma-Informed Schools

Published in Announcements, Video on June 22nd, 2016

Learn how the Partnership for Resilience, originally known as the “Southland Education and Health Initiative,” is working with teachers, administrators, and health care professionals to meet the needs of students impacted by adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). This second installment of a series shows how dedicated and caring educators in Calumet Park School District 132 boosted parent engagement, expanded dental care for students, and moved toward becoming “trauma-informed.” In schools where 90% of students are low-income, out of school suspensions were reduced significantly, expulsions eliminated, and strong connections forged between teachers, administrators, union leaders, and students. Learn More

Learn More About Teacher-Powered Schools

Published on April 12th, 2016

Learn More at Introductory Sessions There is a movement growing called Teacher-Powered Schools. Attend a session to learn more about this innovative practice and how different school systems (public, private and charter) are using teacher autonomy to transform the learning conditions in a school. This approach is grounded in the work of high performing teams

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