Peer Learning Communities
Join other professionals to learn and grow as a leader in a supportive peer community.
Peer Learning Communities (PLCs) are designed to allow participants to dive deeply into various themes and functional areas over the course of the school year. In monthly sessions, participants will convene with one of our expert facilitators to share their experiences and raise problems of practice with peers in order to illuminate potential solutions.
PLCs are held in-person in Washington, DC on a monthly basis from September to April. They run once a month for approximately 2.5 hours during the business day. PLC registration for 2018-2019 is now closed. If you are interested in signing up for a 2019-2020 PLC, please check back this summer for registration information and offerings. If you have any questions, please reach out to Kerri-Ann Nesbeth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The PLCs listed below will be offered in the 2018-2019 school year in Washington DC. Group discounts and limited scholarships are available, and there are opportunities to host PLCs in other cities if a large enough group of participants is interested. In addition, EdFuel also offers Internal PLCs, which consist of a group of staff members at one organization. Please contact email@example.com for more information about any of our PLC offerings and click here to review a more detailed overview.
Check out these PLCs offered by some of our partner organizations!
Looking for a PLC with an explicit DEI focus? Two of our partner organizations, oneTILT and Teach To Lead, are offering Peer Learning Communities in Washington D.C. that focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion learning. Check them out below and reach out to the contacts listed for any questions. In addition, all of EdFuel’s PLCs take an intentional eye toward diversity, equity, and inclusiveness; every facilitator ensures DEI content is explicitly built into every session as the foundation for the work.