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Become part of a network of professional by joining one of
the following professional organizations.
for Supervision and Curriculum DevelopmentFounded
in 1943, ASCD (formerly the Association for Supervision and Curriculum
Development) is an educational leadership organization dedicated to advancing
best practices and policies for the success of each learner. Our 150,000
members in more than 145 countries are professional educators from all levels
and subject areas––superintendents, supervisors, principals, teachers,
professors of education, and school board members.
Coalition of Essential Schools
The Coalition of Essential Schools (CES) is a national network of schools,
regional centers, and a national office, working to create schools where
intellectual excitement animates every child's face, where teachers work
together to get better at their craft, and where all children flourish,
regardless of their gender, race, or class.
International Reading Association
Since 1956, IRA has been a nonprofit, global network of individuals and
institutions committed to worldwide literacy. More than 70,000 members strong,
the Association supports literacy professionals through a wide range of
resources, advocacy efforts, volunteerism, and professional development
activities. Our members promote high levels of literacy for all by:
Association for the Education of Young Children Founded
in 1926, The National Association for the Education of Young Children
(NAEYC) is the world's largest organization working on behalf of young children
with nearly 80,000 members, a national network of more than 300 state and local
Affiliates, and a growing global alliance of like-minded organizations.
National School Reform Faculty:
The National School
Reform Faculty (NSRF) is a professional development initiative that focuses on
increasing student achievement through professional learning communities called
Critical Friends Groups, or CFGs. Critical Friends Groups
use protocols and activities that result in meaningful and efficient
communication, problem solving and learning. At the heart of NSRF’s program and
essential to successful CFGs are the concepts of Facilitative Leadership and
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