K-12 Sabbaticals

How can K-12 teachers get real, quality time to create and innovate curriculum to meet the challenges of 21st century teaching?

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21st Century teaching and learning takes enormous amounts of time, energy, and collaboration.  It takes professional reading and research, and intense focus.  This kind of work is virtually impossible to accomplish without time (more than one or two workshop days!).  I believe that, given the current demands of K-12 education, teachers should have the opportunity to take limited sabbaticals of 6-9 weeks, with the goal being to create rich, project-based, interactive curriculum that they would then bring back to their classrooms.  


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