This paper describes how knowledge generated from research was developed, applied, and effectively used in preK-12 public education via a professional learning model. The significance of this work is to better understand how to translate theory to every day practice and how analysis of good practice then drives theory. Understanding the high impact and useful professional learning approaches to convert research knowledge to leadership actions and build organization and instructional leadership capacity are essential for closing the knowing-doing and system-based gaps that signicantly impact preK-12 students and the nation's economy. This paper presents one such professional learning model, to Practice from Theory Professional Learning Action Network (the PT PLAN).
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