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The first chapter of this study provided an introduction notifying the significance, purpose, and questions surrounding the problem proposed in the study. Limitations, delimitations, and operational definitions of terms are provided as well. Chapter Two reviews the significant literature in education concerning professional development strategies and teachers’ success. Several themes emerge including: (a) the influence of CPD strategies on teachers’ success, (b) professional development as a key step in educational settings, (c) some details on some of the professional development strategies.
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September 11, 2001 was a day that changed America forever. Four hijacked commercial airliners crashed into some of the United States ' most prized and recognizable landmarks, including the North and South Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City and the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. These attacks shocked our nation and were intended to provoke fear and a sense of vulnerability amongst Americans. Though the emotional impact of the attacks remains significant, one could argue that an equally devastating and long-lasting consequence was the sharp decline that occurred with the economy. The 9/11 terrorist attacks worsened the 2001 Recession, caused a major increase in foreign defense spending, and prompted an unprecedented initiative to
Education writer, Mary Ellen Flannery in her article, “When Teachers Take Charge,” claims that teacher-led schools could be a part of the future of education. Teacher-led schools are schools where teachers and educators decide what they want the students to learn and what they want to teach. They work together on everything and collaborate with each other to plan. In the article it states that, “Reiche teachers gladly put in the time because it’s so motivating to see the results for student success.” There are many teachers who do care about their students succeeding which is why teacher-led schools should shape the future of education.