Our professional learning services build capacity to implement planned improvements at the state, district or school level. They include: structured professional development offerings, using a variety of formats and delivery mechanisms; supports for educator networks and ways of using technology to engage educators in collaborative learning; and monitoring of program delivery to ensure fidelity to design and effectiveness of implementation.
We prepare teachers and leaders to work with highly diverse student populations. We offer a Master’s Degree in English as a Second Language and Cross-Cultural Studies, as well as extensive professional development for all educators who work with ELLs. We also support networks of deans and directors of teacher education programs, superintendents and principals to link higher education and K–12 in dialogue and coordinated action.
We work with educators, parents and community-based leaders who seek to improve educational conditions for students, teachers, and communities.
Service offerings include: