Supercharge your teachers’ professional growth.
Frontline’s Professional Growth software brings professional learning, collaboration and evaluations together.
"Having pieces of evaluation and professional development now, all under one house, all tied together, it really allows us to have the most strategic and powerful impact you can have on the classroom, which ultimately comes back to the most optimal learning that’s taking place."
Dale Fisher, Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources, Deerfield Public School District 109
Support great teaching.
Meet each educator’s unique needs with individual PD plans and relevant, targeted learning opportunities.
Provide a space for educators to collaborate, learn together, invite feedback and build a culture of learning.
Conduct transparent, defensible, growth-focused evaluations, and link results to professional learning plans and goals.
Plan, manage and track every aspect of the professional learning process to impact student learning.
Streamline the evaluation process. Have more meaningful conversations about teaching.
Train and calibrate your evaluators to prevent rater drift and ensure a common understanding of practice.
Stop wasting time and money on professional development that doesn’t work.
One-size-fits-all workshops aren’t the answer:
- Learning isn’t relevant
- Teachers lack a voice in their own learning
- Nothing changes in the classroom
Supporting you is what ignites us.
It’s defeating to spend all your time on paperwork instead of helping your teachers become great at what they do. That’s why over 2,000 districts use Frontline Professional Growth to streamline evaluations and customize professional development.
We partner with leaders in teacher development like Charlotte Danielson and James Stronge to support effective teaching for better student outcomes.
Our solutions are designed to help districts meet the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) mandate to provide professional development that is sustained, intensive, job-embedded, collaborative, data-driven and classroom-focused.