Essays in Education


In this era of testing and school reform, many schools are looking for ways to make their teaching practices more effective and collaborative. One way this can happen is through the use of Professional Learning Communities (PLCs). Gone are the days of the lone wolf teacher. The shift in education today is toward collaboration and communication. PLCs offer an effective way to ensure that these two vital elements are being pursued. This article looks at the implementation of a PLC in a rural school in Louisiana.

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