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Making Time for Collaboration

October 5, 2018

The edusphere is abuzz these days about school schedules. You likely have seen articles about the need for high school students to begin school later in the morning. Another popular study focuses on teacher schedules–that is, the time teachers have to plan and collaborate compared to their classroom teaching hours.

According to a February 27, 2017 article in Education Week, “U.S. educators spend far more time teaching lessons and less time planning them than educators in other top-performing countries.” The report concludes that this discrepancy deprives teachers of benefits that come from observing other teachers, collaborating as teams, and doing individual planning.

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