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Professional Learning Communities

A PLC is a highly collaborative team of teachers that engages in professional learning to improve student learning. PLCs are given the time to meet regularly during the school day and are to be used to focus on improving teaching and student learning. With a school wide PLC process, all teachers are organized into PLCs. The process connects the school's student data and the teachers' knowledge and experience to the research and best practices shown to increase student achievement. -Adapted from Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory

Documents

See the document below for answers to questions such as:

  • How are Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) used at KKHS?
  • More information about our Focus Groups
  • More information about Research and Development Committees
  • How does the KKHS Bell Schedule support Professional Learning Communities?
  • How are teachers organized in Professional Learning Communities (PLCs)?
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