Articles & Research
For an overview of PLCs, see What Is a “Professional Learning Community”?
Successful PLCs are committed to professional learning for continuous improvement. Here you’ll find our officially recommended readings on foundational questions and implementation issues, as well as news on successful PLC districts and schools. (Note: Articles are subject to copyright laws. Please secure the permission of the copyright owner before duplicating.)
Journal of Staff Development 22(1), 14–17.
Phi Delta Kappan 80(2), 139–144.
Center on Organization and Restructuring of Schools. School of Education, Wisconsin Center for Education Research Issue Report No. 6, Spring
Keep the Leadership Pipeline Flowing: Districts Can Adopt These 5 Strategies to Streamline Succession PlanningHall, W.
Journal of Staff Development 29(3), 33–34.
The AdvanceED Source 2.
Issues . . . About Change 8(2), 1–8.
Leadership 37(3), 30–31.
The Special Edge 19(3), 1-5
Leadership Development: The Critical Element in Sustaining the Cultural Changes of a Professional Learning CommunityHall, W.
National Forum of Educational Administration and Supervision Journal 24(1), 44–49.
Journal of Staff Development 23(3). 76-77.
Journal of Staff Development 24(3), 63–64.
Journal of Staff Development 25(4), 63–64.
Journal of Staff Development 23(4), 72–73.
Journal of Staff Development 23(1), 60–61.
Leading Edge: If We Are to Call Ourselves Professionals, We Are Obligated to Use the Best Practices. Anything Less Is UnacceptableDuFour, R.
Journal of Staff Development 24(2), 71–72.