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|•||Those relating to the context of staff development address the culture of the school and school district, including norms for continuous growth and time for collaborative professional learning, administrative leadership, and the alignment of district and school goals for student achievement.|
|•||The process standards address the design of staff development— how student data are analyzed to determine need, which content is most likely to impact the identified need, how training and follow-up is organized and implemented, and how faculty understanding of organizational structure and change processes is developed.|
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Publication information: Book title: Student Achievement through Staff Development. Edition: 3rd. Contributors: Bruce Joyce - Author, Beverly Showers - Author, Michael G. Fullan - Author. Publisher: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. Place of publication: Alexandria, VA. Publication year: 2002. Page number: 185.
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