How a professional development model of teachers teaching teachers has taken root in Yuba City, CA.
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 113,000 educators representing thousands of California public schools in at least 515 school districts.
See the latest news in the June 2019 ILC Newsletter.
ILC collaboration to impact student achievement
Educators supporting educators to engage and benefit students
Overview of the ILC
ILC Tools for Practice
We are delighted to announce the public release of ILC Tools for Practice. Topics include:
- Using primary source documents in the classroom
- Creating workplace conditions for deep, meaningful, and ongoing adult learning
- Supporting elementary students’ mathematics learning in and out of school (bilingual, specifically tailored for parents and families)
Many thanks to the ILC Funders for supporting this program:
- S. D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation
- Stuart Foundation
- National Education Association
- California Education Policy Fund
- Community Education Fund, Silicon Valley Community Foundation