The Brooks County Board of Education recognizes the importance of establishing, coordinating, and maintaining professional learning programs that address the needs of all students, schools and system personnel. The Board believes that a professional learning program as part of the local school system’s total education plan will lead to better qualified professional personnel and more effective operation of the school system.
Professional learning is defined as a program of planned systematic activities designed to increase the competencies of educational personnel in achieving desired student outcomes. Funds budgeted for professional learning shall be used for activities that enhance the skills and knowledge of all Brooks County School System personnel, school board members, and school council members which directly relate to improving student achievement.
The mission of the Professional Learning is to provide leadership, technical assistance, resources, and consultative services to the Brooks County School System education community in order to improve student learning through organizational development and professional learning.
The Brooks County Professional Learning Program is based on the National Staff Development Council Standards.