Professional Learning

Supported by the 21CSLA State Center, the Regional Academies deliver three types of professional learning: 

Communities of Practice

A space for leaders in similar roles to come together and work on equity-centered problems of practice using continuous improvement, while championing transformational leadership.

Localized Professional Learning

Leaders participate in a process of practitioner inquiry that advances educational equity for a specific context around leadership, equity, and continuous improvement. Problems of practice are situated in and arise from the regional communities and are determined through an extensive needs-assessment process.

Leadership Coaching

Coaches provide job-embedded coaching built on relational trust and focused on equity-centered problems of practice using continuous improvement. They also support leaders with system transformation to ensure all children fulfill their potential to thrive socially, emotionally, and academically.

Learn more about 21CSLA's approach to delivering professional learning: