Collaborating for improved student outcomes makes sense. But beyond theory, do you know where to begin? How does a team gather, analyze, and then implement and evaluate learning objectives while engaging students and meeting school agendas? Without directed guidance, it’s easier said than done. Collaborative inquiry provides a structure for meaningful learning to occur within the context of a professional learning community. Teachers lead and learn with and from each other. Together, they problem solve and develop solutions to address their problems of practice in order to ensure that students' needs are met. People learn new ways of working together as they provide support to one another during each stage in the process.