Instructional Leadership CorpsLearn how the Instructional Leadership Corps professional learning system supports collaboration and shared accountability.
The Instructional Leadership Corps (ILC) is a partnership among the California Teachers Association (CTA) , the Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education (SCOPE) , and the National Board Resource Center at Stanford University (NBRC) . The ILC is a network of teachers and other educational leaders (e.g., principals, district administrators, county office personnel) building and supporting teacher-led professional learning across California.
- SCOPE's Instructional Leadership Corps Web Page
News and resources for the ILC, including the ILC Handbook, Sustaining and Spreading ILC Principles Blog, ILC Voices from the Field, and project videos, as well as free professional learning opportunities (e.g., ILC Webinar brochure, ILC Tools for Practice).
- CTA's Instructional Leadership Corps Web Page
Information regarding the ILC, including ILC Project Principles and Community Benefits, videos, news, and other important reads.
- The Instructional Leadership Corps: Teachers Leading Sustainable Professional Learning in Their Communities
Learning Policy Institute study exploring how ILC teams in different settings gained traction and began to transform professional learning opportunities in their communities and regions. These efforts often addressed long-standing problems of practice and inequities in children’s access to high-quality instruction.