When Teachers Leave Midyear, Multi-Classroom Leadership Keeps Classes Strong

Molly Whelan, a multi-classroom leader (MCL) at Ranson IB Middle School in Charlotte, NC, joins the school’s principal, Erica Jordan-Thomas, for a conversation about the benefits of the Opportunity Culture MCL role—especially when midyear turnover leaves a teaching team short, or with a long-term substitute.

Read Molly Whelan’s accompanying column here.

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