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The Social Structure of Networked Improvement Communities: Cultivating the Emergence of a Scientific-Professional Learning Community
By Jennifer Russell, Anthony S. Bryk, Donald J. Peurach, David Sherer, Paul LeMahieu, Edit Khachatryan, Jennifer Z. Sherer, Maggie Hannan
How do networked improvement communities (NICs) create a social structure to catalyze the type of community that can solve complex problems? Based upon prior theorizing, research literature, and observations of developing NICs, here we describe a framework for use as an analytic tool for understanding NIC emergence and maturation.
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Networked Improvement Learning and Support (NILS™)
NILS is an online platform designed to facilitate the initiation and development of NICs working on shared problems of practice in a disciplined manner.Learn More
Learning to Improve Glossary
This glossary organizes a selection of key terms used in the book, Learning to Improve: How America’s Schools Can Get Better at Getting Better, that have formal meaning.See Glossary