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Cultures Built to Last: Systemic Plcs at Work

Cultures Built to Last: Systemic Plcs at Work

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By (author) Richard DuFour, By (author) Prof Michael Fullan

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  • Publisher: Solution Tree
  • Format: Paperback | 91 pages
  • Dimensions: 155mm x 228mm x 7mm | 181g
  • Publication date: 1 June 2013
  • ISBN 10: 1936764741
  • ISBN 13: 9781936764747
  • Sales rank: 32,879

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In Cultures Built to Last: Systemic PLCs at Work, two of North America's most prominent educational thinkers team up to examine how to improve education. Combining Richard DuFour's extensive knowledge on what PLCs look like, how to create them, and their benefit for students and teachers with Michael Fullan's best-practice research for meaningful change in schools, districts, and whole systems, this book takes PLCs to the next level. DuFour and Fullan believe it is time for PLCs to go big, and in this book, they present a roadmap for the journey to systemwide implementation to systemic PLCs. Many individual schools have implemented the PLC process successfully, with great results for student achievement. However, some schools find it difficult to sustain the process unless the larger system provides a more positive and supportive context. In systemic PLCs, every person is an instrument in cultural change; there is no waiting for others to make the necessary chan

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"DuFour and Fullan lay out, in a clear and compelling way, what needs to be done to move from isolated and transient pockets of excellence to excellence at the system level to achieve excellent outcomes not only for students, but to continue to improve to meet future challenges." -- Dylan Wiliam "Education Consultant and Author of Embedded Formative Assessment and Inside the Black Box"