Professional Learning Communities Supporting Teacher Collaboration And Student Achievement: A Program Evaluation
Dissertation - Public Access
Ed.D. Doctor of Education
Carol A. Burg, Ph.D.
Brenda K. Hardman, Ed.D.
Lois A. McKee, Ed.D.
In 2013, an initiative was implemented throughout a school district to address years of declining student assessment scores. With a directive for engagement in collaboration, this study was conducted to determine what a school was doing well in their Professional Learning Communities, areas for growth during the process, and the extent that the initiative was implemented with fidelity. By analyzing the targeted school’s quantitative and qualitative data, this study identified themes regarding overall effectiveness of the initiative and areas for recommended enhancements to facilitate student learning. The evaluation of this process shaped the foundation for development of change recommendations to deepen the impact. The drive for improved achievement facilitated the expansion of a revised policy and procedures to strengthen gains.
Evens, Chundra, "Professional Learning Communities Supporting Teacher Collaboration And Student Achievement: A Program Evaluation" (2019). Dissertations. 344.
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