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We’re still selecting our PLC Leaders for the 2019-20 school year. Learn more about last year’s Leaders below!

Federico Garcia Lorca Elementary School

–PLC: College & Career Readiness through Personalized Learning
July Cyrwus

Cesar E. Chavez Multicultural Academic Center

–PLC: Let’s Explore Grades!
Barton Dassinger

John Palmer Elementary School

–PLC: Teacher Collaboration and Problems of Practice: The Data Wise Process
Jennifer Dixon

Nathan Hale Elementary School

–PLC: Closing the Achievement Gap using Guided Math
Dawn Iles-Gomez

William H Prescott Elementary School

–PLC: Leaders: Growth and Networking
Erin Roche

Hiram Belding Elementary School

–PLC: Growing and Launching Balanced Literacy
Heather Yutzy

Infinity Math Science & Technology High School

–PLC: Ensuring Instructional Rigor
Charles Naphtali Smith

Lázaro Cárdenas Elementary School

–PLC: Building Executive Leadership Skills
Jeremy Feiwell

Andrew Carnegie Elementary School

–PLC: Teaching with Technology: Blended Learning
Docilla Pollard

Whitney M. Young Magnet High School

–PLC: Leading with Resilience in the Face of the Unexpected
Joyce Kenner

Paul Cuffe Math, Science & Technology Academy

–PLC: Building School Culture through Restorative Justice Practices
Lakita Reed

Charles Gates Dawes Elementary School

–PLC: Closing the Achievement Gap using Guided Math
Mary Dixon

Intrinsic Charter School

–PLC: Leading With An Equity Lens
Melissa Zaikos

Intrinsic Charter School

–PLC: Leading With An Equity Lens
Michelle Trojan

Louis A Agassiz Elementary School

–PLC: Building School Culture through Social Emotional Learning
Mira Weber

Ravenswood Elementary School

–PLC: Developing a High-Performing Teacher Leadership Team
Nathan Manaen

Edward Everett Elementary School

–PLC: Leading With An Equity Lens
Rodolfo Rojas

Arthur Dixon Elementary School

–PLC: Effective Goal Setting for Teachers and Students
Terrycita Perry

Mildred I. Lavizzo School

–PLC: Coaching Teachers and Promoting Best Practices in the Classroom
Tracey Stelly

Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences

–PLC: Developing and Leveraging External Partnerships
William E. Hook

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