What are the characteristics that define a successful school district?
In working with school districts of all shapes, sizes, locations and levels of wealth since 1992, we’ve discovered that the successful ones excel in the following areas:
They are passionate about data, gathering it regularly, and using it to inform decision-making.
They are committed to continuous professional improvement, and make training a priority.
They plan with both rigor and enthusiasm, and are very process-oriented.
They preach and – more importantly – practice active collaboration with parents, staff and community members.
They communicate without ceasing, using traditional and modern tools to reach key audiences.
These principles form what we call The School District Success Model, and we’ve built our business to help school districts maximize their performance in each of these five areas.
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