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It made available an online crisis guide used by educators nationwide and promoted by organizations such as the National Association of School Nurses, the Learning First Alliance, and the American School Health Association.
Under the umbrella of the Learning First Alliance 16 national organizations representing tens of thousands of local administrators and school board members, as well as millions of teachers, are seeking flexibility from NCLB's deadlines and mandates.
Osher and colleagues at the American Institutes for Research, together with the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning and the Learning First Alliance, developed a strategy for overcoming barriers.
The Living and Learning with Mobile Devices Study was conducted by Grunwald Associates and the Learning First Alliance and underwritten by AT&T*.
Learning First Alliance representatives stated that the report's "Framework for Action" would help educators, policymakers and community members work together to recruit and retain highly effective teachers and leaders for the neediest schools.
Source for Learning Co-sponsors With Learning First Alliance
A recent study by the Learning First Alliance, "Beyond Islands of Excellence," suggests critical steps district and civic leaders can take to foster systemwide success.
30, 2010 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Cheryl Williams, an education industry leader with more than 30 years of experience including executive roles at associations, non-profits and commercial companies, has joined the Learning First Alliance as Executive Director.