With a shared vision and plan for student success, administrators, teachers, and staff members can collaborate to make transformative change. Our approach to school improvement focuses on aligning your ongoing efforts to build on the strengths of your students, educators, and community. After partnering with you to learn about your needs and goals, we help you collect and analyze data, coach leaders and teachers, and implement evidence-based practices that support better student outcomes. We ground our work in relationships, your community and culture, and research so the improvements are lasting and sustainable.
School System Improvement Specialties
Senior Director, Equitable Learning & Systems Improvement
Director, Equitable Learning & Systems Improvement/DEIA Strategy
Senior Consultant, Literacy
Director, Applied Research & Equitable Evaluation
Principal Researcher, Applied Research & Systems Improvement
Managing Consultant, Native & Culturally Responsive Education
Principal Consultant, Equity & Systems Improvement for Multilingual Learners
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