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Instructional Leadership Corps

Overview

The California Teachers Association (CTA), the Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education (SCOPE), and the National Board Resource Center at Stanford University (NBRC) collaborate to support educator-driven professional development that benefits all California schools and students. Together, these organizations created the Instructional Leadership Corps (ILC) to build a network of accomplished classroom teachers, site leaders, administrators, and higher education professionals. We have expanded the program into rural or underserved areas. All teams are creating and sustaining professional learning where Educators Educate Educators.

Since Fall 2014, the ILC has served over 136,000 educators representing thousands of California public schools in at least 565 school districts.

ILC Handbook

In partnership with the California Teachers Association, the Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education, and the National Board Resource Center at Stanford University, we have published a resource guide for educators wanting to develop equitable classrooms and grow instructional capacity.

View the handbook online at:

https://bit.ly/ILC-Handbook

ILC Voices from the Field

View the Voices from the Field digital exhibit, featuring the voices of teachers who share how the ILC Project has positively affected them.



Upcoming ILC Webinars

ILC Webinar Recordings and Handouts
To register for an event, please follow the link in the ILC Webinar Calendar below: