Building on a district’s work without
predetermining what the district needs
Committed to large-scale instructional improvement, the Center partners with geographically and demographically diverse school districts across the state ranging in size from 2,200 to 22,000 students.
We take our work seriously and we are honest about the time commitment that is necessary on the district’s part to be involved in our programs. That’s why we take time before a district partnership begins to ensure our goals align.
A district partnership will achieve improved student success, efficiency, effectiveness and learning when we do the following:
- Identify districts that share our core beliefs and our goals for student success
- Work with districts that are enacting a compatible theory of action
- State explicitly our expectations for district improvement, roles and responsibilities, time and structures for joint planning and reflection, and
- Collaborate and work toward a shared outcome
Present and past partner districts include:
- New Haven