Resources for

District Leaders

Superintendents, Chiefs, Assistant Supts., Executive Directors for Professional Learning, School Leadership, Curriculum & Instruction, etc.

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Achieving Educational Equity for English Language Learners

May 10, 2022
By: Lucy Elizondo

Across the Providence Public School District, English language learners (ELLs) make up 31% of the student population. In collaboration with e2L, district leaders created and implemented a comprehensive teacher coaching plan to ensure equity for ELLs.

How Coaching on Competencies Reduces Teacher Burnout

May 6, 2022
By: Shannon K. Buerk

In the face of teacher burnout, providing "more tools in the toolbox" can be overwhelming, creating more harm than good. Designing a set of consistent, predictable instructional practices or competencies, on the other hand, is crucial in effectively supporting teachers and accelerating student learning.

Cultivating Equitable Support for Teachers & Students

April 25, 2022
By: engage2learn

This month on the Getting Smart Podcast, e2L Founder & CEO Shannon Buerk and podcast host Shawnee Caruthers discuss building equitable support for public school teachers and students; leading with humility, intention, and empathy; and more! Tune in now.

The Long-Term Impact of Coaching New Teachers

April 22, 2022
By: engage2learn

Studies show that new teachers with little or no preparation are more than twice as likely to leave teaching than those who are fully prepared with high-quality mentors. Learn how partnering your new teachers with personalized coaches can transform their practice and student learning.

5 Components of Effective Virtual 1:1 Meetings

April 1, 2022
By: Shannon K. Buerk

e2L has been a virtual organization since its inception. In those 11 years, we've developed a virtual meeting system that includes weekly 1:1 meetings for our entire staff. Read on for the key components of effective virtual meetings from CEO Shannon Buerk.

3 Questions to Help You Spend Your District’s ESSER Funds

March 25, 2022
By: Shannon K. Buerk

With ESSER funds to spend, district leaders have the opportunity right now to invest in long-term, sustainable solutions for schools, staff, and students. To help you determine where exactly to start, e2L CEO Shannon Buerk poses three guiding questions for you to consider and explore.

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