The 325,000-member California Teachers Association (CTA) is partnering with the Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education (SCOPE) and the National Board Resource Center at Stanford University (NBRC) to be at the forefront of educator-driven professional development that will benefit all schools and all students.
Since Fall 2014, the Instructional Leadership Corps (ILC) project has served over 100,000 educators representing more than 2,000 California public schools in at least 495 districts.
Phase Two of the ILC Project
Phase Two goals include: 1) Grow the capacity of ILC teams to sustain and embed ILC work in local learning communities; 2) Create and sustain self-supporting models of Educators Educating Educators.
Resources for educators:
ILC members share their Tools for Practice. Each tool contains a Powerpoint presentation, handouts, and a video that helps you better understand the professional learning goals. There are more being developed including tools dealing with the Next Generation Science Standards.
Current topics include:
- Understanding Anger
- Using Google docs for Performance Tasks
- Strength-based Education
- Join our mailing list.
- Find the latest ILC media references.
- Follow our public collection on Collaboration in Common.
- See our current cohort and their grade-level and subject area expertise.
- Read the October 2018 ILC Project Update.
- Read Instructional Leadership Corps Brings Professional Development to Remote Areas from the California Educator magazine.
For additional information about the ILC, please contact us.
Brian Guerrero is a Teacher on Special Assignment for the Lennox School District in Lennox, California, and president of the Lennox Teachers Association.
An experienced educator and union leader, Brian discussed the importance of teachers unions as professional, community, and advocacy organizations on a radio show and in an Education Week Teacher response for Classroom Q&A with Larry Ferlazzo.
Elizabeth Iwaszewicz is a Teacher on Special Assignment at Lafayette Elementary School in the San Francisco Unified School District in San Francisco, California and a member of the United Educators of San Francisco.
An experienced primary grades educator in multilingual classrooms, Elizabeth discussed how teachers can help English Language Learners meet the Common Core Standards on a radio show and in an Education Week Teacher response for Classroom Q&A with Larry Ferlazzo.