In teacher-powered schools, teachers have greater ability to make the dramatic changes that they determine are needed to truly improve student learning and the teaching profession—changes such as:
Personalizing learning for both students and teachers
Addressing “teacher quality” issues by making teaching a more attractive job and career
Increasing the sense of ownership—and accountability—among teachers, in areas where they have authority to make decisions
Collaborating with administrators to boost student achievement and advance authentic assessment
Souderton Charter School Collaborative was awarded the Extraordinary Achievement School Award at the national Teacher-Powered Schools conference in November 2022. You can learn more by reading the article published by Reporter Online.