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From our inception in 2015, Deans for Impact has faced a self-imposed problem. We have deliberately chosen to limit our core membership to no more than 30 leaders of educator-preparation programs at any one time.
We’re thrilled to announced the 17 fellows in the 2017 Impact Academy cohort. Each fellow is coming to Impact Academy because he or she wants to engage with peers how to create cultures within their programs that are data informed and outcomes focus.
At a convening last year, some of our member deans were sharing strategies for managing their leadership challenges. Many of the challenges likely sound familiar: how to re-allocate the budget; how to empower faculty leaders; how to deepen partnerships with districts.
In the past few years, special-interest groups have seized on teacher shortages in some states as an excuse to push legislation and regulations that throw open the classroom door to teachers with little to no preparation.
We are at a crucial moment in the relationship between learning science and education.
Read about using shared data to promote program improvement.
About a year ago, I started taking improv classes at a local Austin theater. Most of what I perform is bad.
On April 25, Deans for Impact convened a panel to talk about our latest publication, Practice with Purpose. Watch the full panel here.
A few years ago, I spent of the better part of a school year sitting in the back of classrooms in 20 different high schools.
My introduction to Deans for Impact was through The Science of Learning, a publication that summarizes how humans learn. I was fascinated by the cognitive principles included in the publication