PD 360 Case Studies





Louisiana Builds Master Teachers with Flexible Online Teaching Strategies

District Size: Large
District Type: Rural
State: Louisiana

Lafourche Parish Public Schools, Louisiana Builds Master Teachers with Flexible Online Teaching Strategies

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Professional Development Case Study - Lamesa ISD, Texas

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Texas

District Profile Lamesa Independent School District serves over 2,100 students in Lamesa, TX. The staff includes nearly 200 teachers and administrators. District Needs Education professional development in the district was not individualized, flexible, or cost-effective. Assimilating new teachers was a difficult and time-consuming process. Solution Lamesa ISD chose the School Improvement Network’s on-demand professional learning tool, PD 360.

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KY Elementary School Meets Individual Teacher Needs

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Kentucky

“PD 360 creates a personal venue of learning for staff at Lincoln Elementary Performing Arts School.” Sonya Unseld Principal Lincoln Elementary School, KY

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Small NY District Discovers Wealth of Educational Information

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: New York

“Three things concerning PD 360 make me very optimistic regarding our professional development goals. It is user friendly, accessible, and is a great quality product. There are tools to fit the different needs of our instructional teams and individual teachers.” Mary Connery Director of Staff Development Fairport Central SD, NY

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Midsized TN District Gains Insight into Theory and Practice

District Size: Medium
District Type: Rural
State: Tennessee

“In addition to providing high quality presenters, PD 360 also excels in sharing practical, real-life teaching examples in current classroom environments. Our teachers have gained valuable insight in both theory and practice thanks to PD 360.” Monty Wilson Supervisor of Secondary Curriculum and Instruction Wilson County Schools, TN

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Decatur County Uses PD 360 to Meet Their Needs for PD

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Georgia

“Increasing teacher effectiveness is not about sending everyone to a conference or workshop. It’s about each individual getting what they need, whether it’s classroom management or instructional content/strategies, when they need it and getting it at their own levels.”

Suzanne Bonifay, EdD
Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum & Instruction 6-12
Decatur County Schools, Georgia

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West Carroll Parish School Board, LA

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Louisiana

District Profile West Carroll Parish School Board serves 2,300 students and is located in rural Oak Grove, LA. District Needs Four of the district’s schools were failing to make AYP. West Carroll wanted to close the achievement gap that existed between students at those four schools and the rest of the district. Solution West Carroll chose the Learning Framework, a comprehensive training program from the School Improvement Network.

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Small, Rural, High Poverty NC District Adds Best Practices and Real Experts

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: North Carolina

"When I saw PD 360, I knew it would be a great diversified resource for us. And having on-demand experts available for use in professional development sessions is a real plus.” Pat MacNeil, Ed.D. Assistant Superintendent Greene County Schools, NC

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Small, Rural, Diverse NC District Encourages Research Based Best Practices

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: North Carolina

“PD 360 has a lot of possibilities that schools must continue to explore. As far as professional development resources, it is right up there with the best because it is research-based, content-oriented, job-embedded, and promotes classroom implementation.” Dr. Barbara Howard Former Director of Professional Development Scotland County Schools, NC

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Large Urban TX District Finds Good Match for Initiatives

District Size: Large
District Type: Urban
State: Texas

“I LOVE PD 360. Last year our district watched over 2,200 hours of videos (we have 3,500 teachers and sometimes teams watched video clips together) and this year we exceeded that number in hours watched in the first semester. Educators absolutely want it back!” Dr. Tracee Grigsby Professional Development Coordinator Alief ISD, TX

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Large TN District Respects Teacher Time and Need with PD

District Size: Large
District Type: Urban
State: Tennessee

“By making usage so easily available, PD 360 recognizes that not all learning takes place in a classroom. Because they are capable of using it anytime and anywhere, teachers feel it is respectful of them and their needs.” Karen Hawkins Professional Development Coordinator Williamson County Schools, TN

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KY Elementary School PD Impacts Teacher Growth and Student Success

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Kentucky

This case study is part of a series featuring elementary schools in Jefferson County Public Schools, Kentucky. Each individual school is implementing PD 360 as a professional development solution without being part of a district program.

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KY Elementary School Adds Individualized PD

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Kentucky

This case study is part of a series featuring elementary schools in Jefferson County Public Schools, Kentucky. Each individual school is implementing PD 360 as a professional development solution without being part of a district program.

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KY Elementary School Deepens PD Implementation

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Kentucky

This case study is part of a series featuring elementary schools in Jefferson County Public Schools, Kentucky. Each individual school is implementing PD 360 as a professional development (PD) solution without being part of a district program.

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KY Elementary School Principal Applauds Real Classroom Examples

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Kentucky

This case study is part of a series featuring elementary schools in Jefferson County Public Schools, Kentucky. Each individual school is implementing PD 360 as a professional development solution without being part of a district program.

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Large AL District Addresses Teacher Needs with Online Community Forums

District Size: Large
District Type: Urban
State: Alabama

“Following training in the use of the program, teachers and principals have begun to look to PD 360 to support their professional learning needs.” Patricia Hughes Director of Staff Development Mobile County Public School System, AL

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Small, Urban TX District Promotes Real Experts and Best Practices

District Size: Small
District Type: Urban
State: Texas

“PD 360 has all the leading experts whose work we had been studying as a district including Rick DuFour, Rick Stiggins, and McREL’s nine instructional strategies also known as “Classroom Instruction That Works.” The real classroom examples are of the highest quality and meet our need to show teachers what best practices actually look like.” Karen Sanders Retired Executive Director of Professional Development Burleson Independent School District, TX

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Small, Rural, Highly Diverse NM District Meets NCLB Requirements

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: New Mexico

“PD 360 has made Artesia’s professional development program much more convenient and effective. The variety of resources within PD 360 enhances all our professional development activities and gives us a way to meet the individual needs of every teacher.” Rick Stewart Director of Federal Programs Artesia Public Schools, NM

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PD 360 Case Study - Prince George's County Public Schools, MD

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Maryland

District Profile Prince George’s County Public Schools serve 137,000 students and 9,500 teachers in Oxon Hill, MD. Challenge Older and experienced teachers retiring in large numbers necessitated an aggressive training program for new hires. Solution Effective Mentoring, an online course featuring experts and real classroom examples. To learn more about Effective Mentoring click the following link: http://schoolimprovement.com/store/index.cfm?action=ViewDetails&ItemID=122 Benefits Supports and supplements existing mentoring.

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Large TX District Takes Theory into Practice

District Size: Large
District Type: Urban
State: Texas

“Our teachers were asking for more modeling and explanation than we were currently providing using traditional staff development environments. With PD 360, our professional development is much more flexible. We can now meet a wide variety of needs with one resource.” Dr. Butch Sloan Executive Director of School Improvement Garland ISD, TX

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MD High School Raises Student Success Through More Effective Teaching

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Maryland

“Teachers would go in, watch the three required assessment videos, and start hunting around—pretty soon they were hooked and watched a lot more!” Dr. Gail Donahue Administrator for Professional Development Our Lady of Good Counsel HS, MD

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Large FL District Sparks Educator Enthusiasm with PD

District Size: Large
District Type: Urban
State: Florida

“We purchased PD 360 because it is user friendly, has access 24 hours a day/7 days a week, and helps both teachers and administrators with their professional development. The staff enthusiasm for the rich content that PD 360 offers and the presentations by experts in his or her field has been enormous.” Kerryn Bowden Sr. PD Coordinator Polk County Public Schools, FL

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Large VA District Teachers Empowered by Customizable PD

District Size: Large
District Type: Urban
State: Virginia

“We model the use of PD 360 by incorporating video segments into our division-wide leadership professional development sessions. Some administrators report returning to school and using the same segment and/or process to facilitate conversations.” Gaynell Lyman Staff Development Instructor Henrico County Public Schools, VA

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Professional Development Case Study - Las Cruces Public Schools, New Mexico

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: New Mexico

“Educator attitude is so much better when they don’t have to be locked into a schedule. With PD 360, they can choose the “what” and “where” of their professional development and take it in pieces.” Betsy A. Geery Professional Development Center Coordinator Las Cruces Public Schools, NM

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Small, Rural OK District Gains Affordable, Comprehensive PD through Technology

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Oklahoma

“For us, technology is the way to go. Using an online product, we can offer anything that any other district can but at a fraction of the cost.” Larry Mills Superintendent Balko Independent Schools, OK

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Arkansas DOE Adds Common CORE Standards and Relevant Content

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Arkansas

“PD 360 provides all Arkansas educators with on-demand access to research-based professional development. It enhances current professional development activities and supports common language and practice statewide.” Deborah Coffman Professional Development Coordinator Arkansas Department of Education

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Midsize CA District Raises Learning to New Level with PD

District Size: Medium
District Type: Urban
State: California

“This is not a professional development that is a one-time event. PD 360 provides numerous PD opportunities and many avenues of engagement for every teacher as they are actively involved watching video segments, answering reflection questions, and simulating the real examples in their own classrooms.” Adora Fisher Director, Curriculum and Instruction Cupertino Union School District, CA

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Large, Urban TX District Increases Teacher Accountability

District Size: Large
District Type: Urban
State: Texas

“PD 360 has added another dimension to our professional development system allowing for Just in Time Teaching for new and/or struggling teachers with research-based best practices.” Dianna Hopper Director for Staff Development Irving ISD, TX

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Small VA District Provides Relevant PD for All Teachers

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Virginia

“Teachers can no longer use the excuse that there is no relevancy or significance for them in our professional development program. A large variety of options is the beauty of PD 360 and there is relevance for everyone.” Dr. Michaelene Meyer Deputy Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction Manassas City Public Schools, Virginia

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TX High School Principal Boosts Teacher Retention and Student Success

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Texas

When Charles Rose entered SGHS as a new principal, he came to a school with a high-risk population, low test scores, disciplinary problems, and an elevated teacher turnover rate. It was not an easy place to teach and each year 50-60 teachers wanted out. However, Principal Rose had a vision and a plan.

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Large LA District Cannot be Stopped by Nature and Budget Cuts

District Size: Large
District Type: Urban
State: Louisiana

“Even with all the storms and flooding, the professional development is not lost but is there for us. This is another great benefit of an online product. And at a time when we haven’t funds to send educators to conferences, it provides all-inclusive professional development. PD 360 is a lifesaver.” Roslyn Dempster Title I/Title II Coordinator Terrebonne Parish School Board, LA

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Midsized GA District PD Experts Maximize Differentiated Instruction

District Size: Medium
District Type: Urban
State: Georgia

“I am a big proponent of PD 360. It is not a generic, one-time resource, but instead allows teachers unlimited access to easily find answers to their individual questions.” Charlotte Lawson Director of Professional Learning Glynn County School System, GA

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Large, Remote NM District Expands ELL Instructional Strategies

District Size: Large
District Type: Urban
State: New Mexico

“A large ELL population brings with it the requirement to address specific learning needs. PD 360 certainly is one of our main resources to help our teachers increase their skills and knowledge to meet that need. PD 360 has very strong content in Instructional Strategies for the English Language Learner to help our teachers engage every student and ensure their high academic achievement.” Betsy A. Geery Professional Development Center Coordinator Las Cruces Public Schools, NM

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Small VA District Increases Teacher Enthusiasm for PD

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Virginia

“PD 360 is a positive tool for principals. They feel empowered because they now have the tools they need to lead teacher focus and they are able to be PD directors themselves.” Gail Wade Staff Development Coordinator Petersburg City public Schools, VA

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Large OR District Focuses on Rising ELL Student Population

District Size: Large
District Type: Rural
State: Oregon

In the course of the past twenty years, Salem-Keizer like many other districts has experienced a tremendous change in their student population. In 1989, it had 601 English Language Learner (ELL) students. As of October 2009, the numbers had dramatically changed to 10,147 ELL students.

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Large FL District Opens Teacher Dialogue and Collaborative Spirit

District Size: Large
District Type: Urban
State: Florida

“PD 360 has been extremely successful in our district. Principals as well as teachers embrace it and district coordinators are using it with schools all the time.” Dr. Shari Huene-Johnson Supervisor of Professional Development Collier County Public Schools, FL

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Midsized Rural TN District Gains Individualized Teacher Support

District Size: Medium
District Type: Rural
State: Tennessee

“Every teacher can look in PD 360 for help with unique needs. They do not all want the same thing at the same time. It is very helpful that PD 360 has a wide variety of topics in leadership, instruction, and maintaining PLCs. Teachers of every experience level can find individualized support when they need it.” Jan Hanvy Middle School Supervisor Maury County Public Schools, TN

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Midsize MD District Empowers Principals with Customizable PD

District Size: Medium
District Type: Rural
State: Maryland

“It is one thing to hear someone talk about a practice; it is quite another to actually see a fellow teacher effectively using it with students. We value that PD 360 provides us with leading experts in a wide variety of areas and makes their methods applicable to our teachers by showing the practices in action in real classroom situations.” Dr. Ted Haynie Director of System Performance Calvert County Public Schools, MD

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Small, Rural TX District Finds Flexible Teacher Learning in PD

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Texas

"I enjoy having PD 360 because it allows me to look up and learn about different issues as they arise in the classroom. The information is so accessible and well organized. At the beginning of the year, I needed help with graphic organizers and was immediately able to find the information I wanted." Tillie Borrego Second Grade Bilingual Teacher Lamesa ISD, TX

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Small, Rural, High Poverty MO District Achieves Goals with PD

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Missouri

“PD 360 is the most powerful and diverse professional development program available. Schools cannot afford to NOT implement it.” Janice Hogan Mentor/Mentee Coordinator Humansville R-VI School District, MO

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Small MS District Finds Success through Differentiated PD

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Mississippi

“PD 360 gives teachers the opportunity to tailor professional development sessions to meet their individual needs or areas of concern.” Dr. Edna Waller Assistant Superintendent of Elementary Curriculum and Instruction Ocean Springs School District, MS

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Rural North Carolina Middle School Promotes Individualized Professional Development

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: North Carolina

“PD 360 allows our teachers to customize their professional development around their individual needs. I can speak from personal experience that it is much more than just a video site – it offers teachers the opportunity to participate in a fully functional online learning community with public and private groups, a school community, and even online classes.” Thomas Feller Former Assistant Principal Wellcome Middle School Pitt County Schools, NC

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Small Kentucky District Sustains Focus with Convenience and Experts

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Kentucky

“Foremost, I am interested in improvement and PD 360 provides everything for positive educational growth. It is handy, timesaving, and available all year while continuing to evolve by adding up-to-date programs and features.” Diane Evans Professional Development Coordinator Marion County Public Schools, KY

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PD 360 Impact Assessment: A Study of the Impact of Participation in PD 360 for Title 1 Schools

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Alabama

The Study of the Impact of Participation in PD 360 for Title 1 Schools clearly demonstrates that participating PD 360 schools experienced significant improvements in student achievement in Reading and Mathematics when compared to the cumulative results of their respective Districts.

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Small, Rural Wyoming School District Finds Accessible Online Professional Development

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Wyoming

“Budget cuts have made it impossible to send all teachers to conferences or to bring in well-known experts for training. For us, PD 360 is very cost-effective as it provides professional development with the most current topics and the best authorities in education.” Brent Bacon, Ed.S. Director of Special Services Laramie County School District #2, Wyoming

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Small Suburban System Addresses Differentiation, Assessment, and Compliance

District Size: Small
District Type: Suburban
State: New Jersey

“PD 360 is a great professional development tool. It is cost effective and reaches the needs of all educators. Moreover, as teachers implement it, the benefits carry through to the students.” Joetta Surace Director of Human Resources Egg Harbor Township School District, New Jersey

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Brandywine School District Thrives Despite Budget Cuts

District Size: Medium
District Type: Urban
State: Delaware



Idaho Elementary School Adapts to Changes with New Professional Development

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Idaho

PD 360 has added a new level to our professional development. It is an individualized resource that fits all educator needs with multiple topics and a wide range of information. Students will always benefit when teachers have knowledge and information.”

Todd Howard, Principal
Silver Hills Elementary School
Wallace School District, Idaho

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Utah District Embraces Research-Based Instruction Tool, PD 360

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Utah

Emery High School principal Larry Davis truly enjoys using PD 360 in his school’s PD training. He likes the wide variety of topics, the real classroom examples, the format of the programs, and the short segments that hold attention and allow time for discussion.

Every Monday after school, he facilitates a PD training session that all teachers are encouraged to attend, though it is not mandatory. Occasionally teachers are asked to attend because of issues in their evaluations.

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PD 360 Enhances Professional Learning Communities

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Michigan

“Because the content is easily accessible and relates so well to their work, teachers find PD 360 very nonthreatening. I see them sharing program segments with each other and using it because they want to use it. The PLCs love it!” Kristin Flynn Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction Gull Lake Community Schools, Michigan

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Large Urban Tennessee District Adds Comprehensive Professional Development Resource

District Size: Large
District Type: Urban
State: Tennessee

“PD 360 enhances any professional learning program. It offers differentiated PD that is tailored to the individual needs of teachers with 24/7 accessibility, active tools, and a large library of content. It is a comprehensive resource for all the current issues in education and teachers are able to find help on any subject. The ability to watch programs in small chunks whenever they want, is a good fit for busy schedules.” Laura Link Assistant Superintendent of Teaching, Learning, and Professional Development Shelby County Schools, Tennessee

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Teacher in Midsized Louisiana District Manages Own Professional Growth with PD 360

District Size: Medium
District Type: Suburban
State: Louisiana

Nicola Vrabel, a teacher in Monroe City Schools (MCS), loves mathematics and is devoted to teaching. A committed educator for seventeen years, she is certified and highly qualified to teach math in grades 7 through 12. She is also gifted certified and has earned bachelors and masters degrees. Presently, she teaches gifted math in three MCS schools: Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School, Carroll Junior High, and Robert E. Lee Junior High. 

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Small Suburban Massachusetts District Tackles Assessment and Instructional Strategies

District Size: Small
District Type: Suburban
State: Massachusetts

Medway Public Schools (MPS) is a small suburban district in Massachusetts that serves 2,700 students in five schools with 280 teachers. High-performing, it nurtures a continuing desire to give teachers the most comprehensive professional development (PD) accessible, and in turn provide an excellent education for all students. 

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Small, Urban College Implements Department-Wide PD 360

District Size: Small
District Type: Urban
State: Tennessee

Established in 1882, South College is a small urban college located in the heart of Knoxville, Tennessee. The school offers its 1,100 students a professional, career-focused curriculum that is designed to build successful learning. It is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Associate of Colleges and Schools to award degrees at the doctorate, master, baccalaureate, and associate levels.

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Large, Suburban District Focuses on Teacher Effectiveness to Improve Student Achievement

District Size: Large
District Type: Suburban
State: Delaware

Red Clay Consolidated School District is the second largest public school district in Delaware. This K-12 public school system serves more than 15,000 students in 28 schools with approximately 1,300 teachers. All teachers are state certified and all high schools are accredited.

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Small, Urban Washington, DC High School Adds Differentiated Professional Development

District Size: Small
District Type: Urban
State: District of Columbia

Don Bosco Cristo Rey High School (DBCR) is a small, urban, Roman Catholic high school of 315 students and 30 teachers. Part of the Archdiocese of Washington, DC, DBCR initially opened its doors in August 2007. 

This is a unique and extraordinary school that is transforming the lives of its students. 

DBCR is a college preparatory school offering an excellent education to highly motivated young men and women who are willing to help earn their own tuition money through a Corporate Work Study Program. It specifically serves inner-city students who are determined to go to college but are economically disadvantaged. The average yearly income of their families is less than $30,000 and most students qualify for free or reduced price lunch programs. More than half of the students live in single-parent households. 

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Small, Remote Arizona District Improves Teacher Effectiveness

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Arizona

Pinon Unified School District (PUSD) is a small rural district of three schools with 1,335 students and 80 full-time teachers. It is located on the Navajo Nation Reservation in an isolated area of northeastern Arizona.

PUSD is justifiably proud that Pinon High School met state AYP during the school years 2005-2006, 2007-2008, 2008-2009, and 2009-2010, becoming the only public school on the reservation to have this accomplishment. Determined to provide an excellent education for all its students, the district offers opportunities and benefits.

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Small, Rural Kansas District Incorporates Differentiated Teacher Improvement Despite Budget Cuts

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Kansas

Herington Unified School District #487 (USD #487) is a small system in a rural area of central Kansas. It consists of an elementary, junior high, and high school contained within two buildings serving approximately 524 students with 43 teachers. Students benefit from valuable small district strengths such as additional teacher attention and more opportunities for participation in extracurricular activities. Herington Unified School District #487 (USD #487) is a small system in a rural area of central Kansas. It consists of an elementary, junior high, and high school contained within two buildings serving approximately 524 students with 43 teachers. Students benefit from valuable small district strengths such as additional teacher attention and more opportunities for participation in extracurricular activities.

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Small, Suburban Mississippi District Builds Effective Teachers and Implements Common Core

District Size: Small
District Type: Suburban
State: Mississippi

Clinton Public School District (CPSD) is located in Clinton, Mississippi, a city once called the "Athens of Mississippi" because of its many academies and colleges. There is a deeply-rooted community priority to provide excellent learning opportunities for all ages. 

This small suburban district serves almost 5,000 students in nine schools with 254 teachers

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Small, Rural Wyoming District Supports Student Readiness with Online Teacher Development

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Wyoming

“PD 360 is a low-cost approach to providing a large variety of professional development resources such as outstanding experts, current topics, real classroom examples, LiveBooks, and webinars. It is an additional way to supply development that builds the best teachers for each classroom.”

Dr. Kathy Hitt, Director of Professional Development/Pathfinder High School Principal/Jeffrey City Elementary School Principal, Fremont County School District #1, Wyoming

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Woodrow Wilson Elementary Addresses Challenges with Educator Effectiveness System

District Size: Large
District Type: Urban
State: Utah

Woodrow Wilson Elementary Addresses Challenges with Educator Effectiveness System

"PD 360 has a positive impact on teacher growth with the availability of a large library of quality programs and good materials. As they become more aware of teaching methods and learning styles, teachers are better equipped to shape student success. At Woodrow Wilson, we face many challenges such as poverty and non-English speaking students and PD 360 is helping us address them. It is a valuable support to teachers of every level and ability.”

Lynette Eichers
Professional Development/Title I Specialist
Woodrow Wilson Elementary School, Granite School District, Utah

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Increasing Student Achievement at Clarendon School District One

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: South Carolina

“When considering the more appropriate and cost-effective methods for addressing the diverse needs of certified personnel and campus administrators, I certainly would advocate for the purchase and use of PD 360. In fact, I strongly recommend it as the initial purchase or replacement of other approaches to systematic professional development. This is an investment that pays great dividends relative to enhanced content knowledge of teachers, improved classroom practices, and ultimately increased student success!”  

Barbara Ragin

Assistant Superintendent
Clarendon School District One, South Carolina

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Mexico Academy and Central School District Prepares Paraprofessionals and Streamlines Observations

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: New York

Mexico Academy and Central School District Prepares Paraprofessionals and Streamlines Observations 

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Small, Rural Montana District Improves Classroom Observations and Student Discipline

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Montana

Small, Rural Montana District Improves Classroom Observations and Student Discipline 

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Small Indiana District Embraces Meaningful 24/7 Teacher Education

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: Indiana

Small Indiana District Embraces Meaningful 24/7 Teacher Education

Nettle Creek School Corporation, Indiana

Nettle Creek School Corporation knows the importance of good teachers and a learning environment that motivates all students to their highest potential. Principal Childs and the other administrators are happy to have the Educator Effectiveness System beside them on their way to student achievement.

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Salem-Keizer Oregon PD360 Case Study

District Size: Large
District Type: Rural
State: Oregon

Four years ago, Ms. Harms was influential in the addition of PD 360 to Salem-Keizer’s teacher improvement program and a case study was created in 2010 that highlighted her zeal for progress along with the excellent usage and endorsement of teachers. Now in 2013, this updated study is being added to observe evolving district needs and how PD 360 addresses them.

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Rural West Virginia District Improves Instructional Strategies and Differentiated Teaching with Learning 360 Framework

District Size: Medium
District Type: Rural
State: West Virginia

 

Rural West Virginia District Improves Instructional Strategies and Differentiated Teaching with Learning 360 Framework

 
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Small, Rural New Mexico District Empowers Teachers with Personalized Online Development

District Size: Small
District Type: Rural
State: New Mexico

Small, Rural New Mexico District Empowers Teachers with Personalized Online Development | Artesia Public Schools, New Mexico Update 2014

 
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