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Getting to All Means All: Helping Students in Poverty Succeed in School

December 22, 2016

As currently constituted, schools alone aren’t capable of doing the job society has asked them to do. Academic achievement remains highly correlated with socio-economic income, despite decades of education reform.

Union-District Partnerships that Support School Level Collaboration

October 12, 2016

Video 5 of 5 Dr. Saul Rubinstein joins Dr. Patrick Dolan in discussing the need for strong union-district partnerships that provide opportunities to jointly listen and learn about school improvement efforts in school sites in ways that strengthen and support teaching and learning in classrooms. Dr.

Building Collaborative Structures: A Systems Approach

October 12, 2016

Video 4 of 5 Dr. Patrick Dolan provides an overview of how to establish an organizational change process in school systems through union-management partnerships in schools and districts. School and district level “learning teams” linked to the work of subject and grade level collaboration teams provide listening and learning opportunities that help to create authentic goals and measures to track and commu...

How to Build Collaborative Processes Focuses on Student Learning

October 12, 2016

Video 3 of 5 Using Michael Fullan’s Coherence Framework, Dr. W. Patrick Dolan and Dr. Saul Rubinstein, explore how organizations develop collaborative structures and processes to set direction and goals for the school. These common goals increase both ownership and accountability among students and staff in ways that can enhance instructional practices and student learning.

Building a Culture of Collaboration Focused on Teaching & Learning

October 12, 2016

Video 2 of 5 Dr. W. Patrick Dolan uses Michael Fullan’s Coherence Framework to describe how collaborative structures and processes help to establish and clarify improvement goals, measurements and accountability in ways that enable practitioners to focus on pedagogy and student learning. Dr.

The Impact of Labor-Management Collaboration

October 12, 2016

Video 1 of 5 Dr. Saul Rubinstein, Rutgers University, and his colleague Dr. John McCarthy, Cornell University, have been leading a national research project to investigate the impact of labor-management collaboration (LMC) on student learning.

A Journey Towards Trauma-Informed Schools

June 22, 2016

Video 2 of 2 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).

Leading Our Profession - TURN: Teacher Union Reform Network

March 16, 2016

Regional Teacher Union Reform Network (TURN) meetings bring together teams of union, teacher, school and district leaders to engage in powerful conversations about the challenges facing education in local communities and across the country. The goal is to seek opportunities to work jointly to ensure all students succeed.

Teacher Voice in Corona-Norco

March 4, 2016

The voice of the teacher is one of the most important in education. Unfortunately, in many school systems across the country, it is not being heard. However, in Corona-Norco Unified School District, teacher opinions and ideas are valued and sought out by administration.

How Teaching Predicts Agency-Related Factors

February 25, 2016

Video 8 of 8 Author and Harvard professor Ron Ferguson discusses the 7 C’s of Effective Teaching which include Care, Confer, Captivate, Consolidate, Clarify, Challenge, and Classroom Management. He shares information about the impact of each of these areas on student achievement based upon student survey data. He also explores each of the 7 C’s of Effective Teaching at a deeper level.