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Collective teacher autonomy


Collective teacher autonomy refers to teachers making decision together that they are jointly accountable for. This is different from individual teacher autonomy one might have in their own classroom. In teacher-powered schools, teams of teachers have collective autonomy to design, run, and lead their schools.

About the Glossary

This glossary is a collection of terms related to teacher-powered schools — namely, terms around teachers, leadership, governance, collaboration, and teams.