• Inspiring Conversations For Growth

    The Folio process is about developing faculty and staff
    through informed conversations.

    Inspiring Conversations For Growth
  • See What They’re Saying

    Testimonials from Teachers, Parents, Students, and Administrators.

    See What They’re Saying
  • Who’s Using Folio?

    Check out a list of schools currently using Folio.

    Who’s Using Folio?
  • Flexible, Realistic, and Simple

    Folio was designed by teachers with teachers in mind

    Flexible, Realistic, and Simple

The FolioCollaborative is a non-profit, growing community of 94 schools around the world.  We are focused on working together to build a flexible faculty / staff development process that really works.  We believe that everyone deserves meaningful feedback and encouragement every year.  We believe that great teachers are the essential ingredient to a great school – more important than location, facilities, or endowment.  Leveraging the power of technology together with a passion for teaching excellence, we provide a flexible framework that fully engages the school community and enables educators to discover and achieve their full potential.

Built to Adapt to Your School’s Culture

The Folio implementation process and software can be adapted to work with the unique needs of your school. The FolioCollaborative team will be there to support your school throughout the entire process of implementation to ensure that Folio integrates with your school’s mission and values.


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Watch Our Introduction Video

A brief video overview of the Folio process.

Folio In The News…

  • Professional Growth? Teacher Evaluation? Caveman Simple!
    Oct 22, 2013
    It was 2007, and a candidate for head of school had a question for the faculty: “What do you want as a school?” A veteran teacher raised his hand. “We want a
  • Evaluating Evaluation
    Nov 08, 2012
    Last week at the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest (ISAS) Heads of School meeting, two sessions provided an interesting juxtaposition. On Monday Tim Fish from the