NCSI Schools On The Move Podcast Episode 2: Professional Learning Communities and Improving Outcomes for Students with Disabilities
Brought to you by the National Center for Systemic Improvement (NCSI) at WestEd and Fresno County Superintendent of Schools, the “Schools on the Move” podcast highlights innovative and promising school practices across the country that enhance outcomes for students with disabilities and create teaching and learning opportunities for educators.
Join hosts Matt Navo and Jana Rosborough from the National Center of Systemic Improvement (NCSI) at WestEd along with Dr. Annie Sharp of Fresno County Superintendent of Schools where she is the Director of Differentiated Assistance as they “move” across the country to speak with experts in the field highlighting a new school in a different state with each episode.
In this episode Matt Navo and Dr. Annie Sharp travel to Arkansas to speak with Darla Sampley, a 5th and 6th Grade Teacher at Spradling Elementary School with Fort Smith Unified School District. The discussion focuses on the impact of professional learning communities and improving outcomes for students with disabilities.
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