Philadelphia Academy of School Leaders | Teacher-Leader Grantee Profile: Noga Newberg
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Teacher-Leader Grantee Profile: Noga Newberg

29 Aug Teacher-Leader Grantee Profile: Noga Newberg

Teachers Motivating Teachers at FACTS: Improving Practice through Teamwork

Every August Philadelphia teachers head back to their classrooms, rested and ready to tackle the challenges of the coming year. They decorate their classrooms, analyze their student lists, and plan for a year full of learning, opportunities and fun for students. In the back of each teacher’s mind, however, is also the toolbox of strategies that will be needed to overcome the obstacles that students may arrive with on their first day of school. At Folk Arts-Cultural Treasures Charter School (FACTS), the teachers work together to refine this toolbox, especially as it relates to their students’ literacy skills.

Click here to read the full profile on Folk Arts-Cultural Treasures Charter School and Teacher-Leader Grantee Noga Newberg.

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