How a group of teachers in Nashville is bridging the public-private divide

Natasha Senjanovic Jun 10, 2019
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How a group of teachers in Nashville is bridging the public-private divide

Natasha Senjanovic Jun 10, 2019
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A group of private and public school educators in Nashville, Tennessee has decided to swap knowledge and build collaboration at weekly meetings and summer workshops. They’re motivated by the idea that the daily needs of a classroom are similar across all schools. As a result, they’ve created a new form of professional development, much of which is even accredited by the state.

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