RBT and Me
We are excited to celebrate 40 years of RBT in 2019! Back in 1979, Jon Saphier submitted papers to incorporate Research For Better Teaching and thus began the meaningful history of RBT impacting teaching, learning, and leading in schools districts across the country and abroad.

We want to share the story of RBT over these last 40 years and the evolution of our learning. We would love to hear about how RBT has impacted you and your school community. Share your story below.

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History with RBT
Let us know how you first came to work with RBT as well as your continued involvement over the years.
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How has RBT impacted you, your school, and/or district?
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