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From Monday through today, 150 Warsaw Community Schools staff attended Professional Learning Communities at Work™ in Lincolnshire, Ill. The PLC process is increasingly recognized as the most powerful strategy for sustained, substantive school improvement, according to a press release from WCS. During this institute, educators are exposed to the knowledge and tools needed to implement this process in their school communities and to network with some of the most insightful minds in education, the release states. WCS staff will be asked to delve deep into the three big ideas of a PLC – focus on learning, build a collaborative culture and results orientation. This is the third group of educators to be trained in the PLC process with a total of 435 staff already trained in this collaborative process.