The purpose of this mixed methods follow-up single case study was two-fold: to determine if a school district was able to sustain a professional learning community (PLC) and to identify factors that enhanced, inhibited, or promoted the sustainability of a PLC from a district-wide perspective, with particular focus on how a change in leadership, i.e. a new superintendent, affected the sustainability of PLC attributes. In addition, the role of trust in influencing the sustainability of a professional learning community will be discussed in this paper.
ABREGO, CHUEY and PANKAKE, ANITA
"THE DISTRICT-WIDE SUSTAINABILITY OF A PROFESSIONALLEARNING COMMUNITY DURING LEADERSHIP CHANGESAT THE SUPERINTENDENCY LEVEL,"
Administrative Issues Journal: Vol. 1
, Article 4.
Available at: https://dc.swosu.edu/aij/vol1/iss1/4
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