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Dufour, Richard, DUfour, Rebecca, & Eaker, Robert. Revisiting Professional Learning Communities at Work[TM]: New Insights for Improving Schools.

DUFOUR, Richard, DUFOUR, Rebecca, & EAKER, Robert. Revisiting Professional Learning Communities at Work[TM]: New Insights for Improving Schools. Bloomington, IN: Solution Tree, 2008. 544pp. $42.95 (h), $34.95 (p).

This 10th-anniversary sequel to Professional Learning Communities at Work[TM] merges research and practice to offer a practical, authoritative examination of how schools at all levels can use the professional learning communities concept to improve learning, both for students and the adults who serve them. It draws upon new insights gleaned from the authors' ongoing work in schools and districts across North America. The authors examine organizational development, change processes, leadership, and successful practices outside of education to offer fresh perspectives.
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