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Universities, Schools, and Communities: A New Generation of Professional Development School Roles, Structures, and Governance

by Carole G. Basile & Cindy Gutierrez - 2011

In this chapter, we briefly examine the literature related to roles, structures, and governance and the typical players in PDSs, while making a case for the rediscovery of the community as having a critical role in PDS work.

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This article originally appeared as NSSE Yearbook Vol 110, No. 2.

Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 113 Number 14, 2011, p. 511-530
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 18424, Date Accessed: 10/28/2021 3:19:21 AM

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  • Carole Basile
    University of Colorado Denver
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    CAROLE G. BASILE, is currently professor and chair of Advanced Urban Programs at the University of Colorado Denver (UCD). She is also principal investigator or co–principal investigator for several research projects related to math and science education and teacher education in urban environments. Dr. Basile was the founder and former director of the Center for Applied Science and Mathematics for Innovation and Competitiveness (CASMIC) at UCD, bringing together faculty from across the campus as well as external community stakeholders in an effort to promote math and science education. She was also director and associate dean of teacher education at UCD for six years, with research efforts in teacher education, professional development schools, teacher leadership, and interdisciplinary learning.
  • Cindy Gutierrez
    University of Colorado Denver
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    CINDY GUTIERREZ is currently the director of the Urban Community Teacher Education Program at the University of Colorado Denver. She leads the UC Denver Professional Development School Network, which comprises 30 urban schools across six Denver metro area districts collaborating with faculty and administrators across the university and partner school districts. She is the co–principal investigator for several professional development grants in teacher education, including being a demonstration site for the National Commission on Teaching and America’s Future (NCTAF) and its Teachers Learning in Networked Communities (TLINC) initiative. Research interests include professional development schools, teacher leadership, and urban teacher education. Her most recent publication, “Online Community Becomes a Pathway to Teacher Leadership,” can be found in the February 2010 issue of the Journal of Staff Development.
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