Revisiting Professional Learning Communities at Work: New Insights for Improving Schools
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9781934009895

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Richard Dufour., Richard Dufour|AUTHOR., & Rebecca DuFour|AUTHOR. (2009). Revisiting Professional Learning Communities at Work: New Insights for Improving Schools . Solution Tree Press.

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Richard Dufour, Richard Dufour|AUTHOR and Rebecca DuFour|AUTHOR. 2009. Revisiting Professional Learning Communities At Work: New Insights for Improving Schools. Solution Tree Press.

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Richard Dufour, Richard Dufour|AUTHOR and Rebecca DuFour|AUTHOR. Revisiting Professional Learning Communities At Work: New Insights for Improving Schools Solution Tree Press, 2009.

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Richard Dufour, Richard Dufour|AUTHOR, and Rebecca DuFour|AUTHOR. Revisiting Professional Learning Communities At Work: New Insights for Improving Schools Solution Tree Press, 2009.

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