Factors in Sustaining Professional Learning Community

@article{Kilbane2009FactorsIS,
  title={Factors in Sustaining Professional Learning Community},
  author={Jr James F. Kilbane},
  journal={NASSP Bulletin},
  year={2009},
  volume={93},
  pages={184 - 205}
}
School change efforts to develop schools as learning communities result in schools that are constantly learning and thus changing. This collective case study of four schools involved in a 4-year reform effort begins to examine the ongoing sustainability of a learning community. The study draws insights about the sustainability of learning communities in these schools as involving issues of change, loss, and hope. After offering a description for each of these themes, a discussion is offered… Expand
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