How to A.C.E. School Improvement: Action, Commitment, Equitable Ownership

ABOUT

School improvement requires a collective commitment on an individual level from all roles in the building. Country Meadows shares their story of collaboratively designing and implementing an action-oriented school improvement plan owned, in part, by each staff member. Through an ongoing commitment creation, feedback, and refinement cycle, individuals support the collective progress toward the goal of improved student growth.

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Tuesday, May 25, 2021

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9:15 PM

*Times displayed in local time zone.

PRESENTER

Meghan Bird

Principal, Kildeer Countryside School District 96

Jason Williams

Jackie Griffin

Language Development Coach, Kildeer Countryside School District 96

PARTICIPANT OUTCOMES

✓ Understand the collaborative process in designing clear and measurable criteria within a school improvement plan.
✓ Increase capacity for fostering shared ownership of the school improvement plan across all levels and roles in the system.
✓ Explore one example of a continuous and reflective commitment cycle to support and monitor small and specific steps that will lead to improvement on a larger scale.

CONTENT LEVEL

Basic

SUMMIT FOCUS AREA

Meaningful Leadership, Assessments, Collective Efficacy, Teams