Development

Educational Staff Development

Experienced Professional Growth

Michael Fullan has stated that,

“The greatest problem faced by schools is not resistance to innovation, but the fragmentation, overload, and incoherence resulting from the uncritical acceptance of too many different innovations.”

As a school administrator or a teacher, are you interested in learning more about improving educational outcomes for children? Do you seek professional growth opportunities involving the latest ideas and best practices?

Our faculty is not only on the cutting edge of what works, many of our faculty are personally responsible for the cutting edge. Early identification and timely intervention, responsiveness to intervention, growth models, the state of the art in reading research and remediation, etc.; innovation is pouring down. Our faculty can cut through the “incoherence” and “uncritical acceptance” and provide expert guidance as to what works and how to build the capacity to implement what works.