A Look Inside the Marshall Memo

It can be difficult to stay informed in the ever-changing field of education. With new research and innovations constantly changing the state of education today, it’s hard to keep up–which is precisely why Kim Marshall created the Marshall Memo.

Kim subscribes to 64 top-quality publications, and every week he sifts through them to select the most significant articles with the most potential to improve teaching and learning. See the memo below for a look at last week’s round-up!

Marshall Memo 481 by Jossey-Bass Education

If you would like to subscribe or learn more, visit http://www.marshallmemo.com.

Kim Marshall has served as teacher, principal, and district official in the Boston Public Schools for 32 years and is now an independent professional development consultant working with schools and districts nationally on leadership practices, especially teacher supervision and evaluation. In addition to his own consulting work, he conducts workshops for The Principals’ Center and Summer Leadership Institutes at Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) and serves as trainer/coach with New Leaders for New Schools, a national organization that recruits, trains, and supports new urban principals. In addition, Marshall writes for educational journals such as Education Week and Phi Delta Kapaan and publishes a weekly on-line newsletter, The Marshall Memo, summarizing the best ideas and research in education. He lives in Brookline, MA. He is the author of Rethinking Teacher Supervision and Evaluation: How to Work Smart, Build Collaboration, and Close the Achievement Gap.


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