Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) are a tried and true, evidence-supported practice that results in better outcomes for students, and a strong, shared sense of success for educators. John Hattie’s research on the effectiveness of 250 common practices has shown us that teacher collective efficacy is the single most important positive influence on student learning. Systematic, data, and inquiry-focused PLCs school-wide are the best way to build this collective efficacy that fuels student success. Demonstrated Success helps teams define their PLC work, develop sustaining routines and protocols, leverage an array of student data, and identify research supported practices to support student learning. Join our informational webinars to hear about our in- person and virtual PD opportunities to support your staff in cultivating these essential practices.