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Learning with Each Other

Educators confront rapidly changing policies, new developments in the field, and ever-shifting resources. How can educators working in similar roles, but different states and school systems, learn from each other and from national experts in their fields?

Since its inception, the Dana Center has convened networks of leaders and other experts to help identify, improve, and bring to scale innovative solutions to common problems.

Over the past two decades, we have worked with networks of K–12 districts and of higher education institutions to develop resources for teacher preparation and teacher quality, as well as tools that urban districts can use to strengthen their mathematics programs. We have hosted the Urban Mathematics Leadership Network and cohosted the Urban District Leadership Networks with The Aspen Institute.