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CO Student Performance Standards
5th Grade Science
iNACOL Innovation Zone Case Study
Implementation Roadmap for Blended Learning
Standards and Indicators for Continuous School Improvement outline the elements of systemic improvement within Colorado schools at elementary, middle, and high school levels necessary to ensure student success. These Standards and Indicators are configured into Our Toolkit and form the basis of our Diagnostic Review (DR) and Progress Monitoring (PM) methodologies to objectively assess and monitor school-level performance.
CO School Performance Standards
This University of Virginia Partnership for Leaders in Education report explains that for their schools in turnaround to be successful the district must be mobilized to support the turnaround implementation. We believe that a readiness assessment, based on the criteria outlined in this report, should be a part of every turnaround or innovation implementation plan. Our diagnostic capabilities address the "readiness" and "mobilization" demands that turnaround schools place on their districts.
UVA School Turnaround Research
The Unified Improvement Plan (UIP) is intended to provide districts a consistent format to capture improvement planning efforts. To assist with that process, the UIP Quality Standards offer guidance for creating an improvement plan that incorporates all of the state accountability and federal requirements. Our UIP Development Workshops helps ensure school UIPs conform to these requirements.
UIP Quality Standards
According to the Coalition for Community Schools (CAS), at least 5,000 U.S. schools have been transformed into community schools. Global forces are driving this change including new immigration patterns and income-based achievement gaps. The Community School model couples accepted aspects of school improvement - leadership, curriculum, capacity-building, student-centered climate, community engagement - with a “whole child” approach to education.