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Announcing the National Center for Literacy Education: Capacity Building for Transformational Change - Previous Revision

The National Center for Literacy Education's (NCLEs) first policy symposium is scheduled for May 15, 2012 from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. in the Cannon House Office Building, Room 122, Washington, D.C.

NCLE constitutes 28 stakeholder groups committed to a new model of capacity building in schools and districts. Linda Darling-Hammond video clips will punctuate remarks by the NCLE directors, and stakeholders will explain their organizations’ commitment to this national effort.

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NCLE Brochure
NCLE Literature Review: "Why Collaborative Inquiry Teams?"

Linda Darling-Hammond Video Clips

Two Different Approaches to Reform: Capacity building versus incentive-based reform

Creating the Right Conditions: Supporting collaborative, inquiry-based professional development

Informing Policy from the Grassroots

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