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User vs Non-user Impact No. 4: Surpassing District Averages

An independent study, conducted by Steven H Shaha, analyzed 169 schools across 19 states. Results showed year-over-year changes in student achievement significantly greater than neighboring schools and districts.

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  • PD Implementation Survey

    How effective is your PD? What kind of PD does your school or system offer you and how effective is it? Please fill out this short survey to tell us about how your school or district implements professional development and you will be entered for a chance to win a Kindle Fire HD! Winner will be chosen […]
  • State of Education Survey

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    In light of the 2014 State of the Union address, School Improvement Network surveyed educators nationwide to find out the state of education in the US. Over 2,100
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  • Child Abuse and Neglect

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    As part of National Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention month, School Improvement Network surveyed educators nationwide to find out how
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  • Teacher Evaluation and High-Stakes Testing

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    In January 2012, School Improvement Network surveyed educators nationwide about the rising pressure of teacher evaluations and high-stakes student testing.
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  • Small Urban Ohio Charter School Drives Student Achievement with Effectively Trained Teachers

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    Small Urban Ohio Charter School Drives Student Achievement with Effectively Trained Teachers “Everything in the Educator Effectiveness System is focused on growth by means of the most powerful, valuable tools I have ever seen. As a school, we can accomplish anything with well-trained teachers and most importantly, we can drive student achievement.” -Brian W. Willmott Principal, [...]
  • Educator Effectiveness System Case Study

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    “The Educator Effectiveness System is making a positive impact on our teachers and as a result, increasing the quality learning experiences of our students.
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  • Small, Rural New Mexico District Empowers Teachers with Personalized Online Development

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    Small, Rural New Mexico District Empowers Teachers with Personalized Online Development

    Artesia Public Schools, New Mexico Update 20142008 – “Over the past year, 100 percent of Artesia’s staff has engaged in PD 360, and we are much farther along in our professional development program than we ever would have been without it. PD 360 allows the district to set a unified focus for schools, while still providing each teacher with the differentiated support they need.”2014 – “When I am asked about PD 360, Common Core 360, and Observation 360, I only say ‘Let me show you the data.’ The Educator Effectiveness System speaks for itself and the word is getting around.”Rick Stewart, Assistant Superintendent of Federal Programs Artesia Public Schools, New Mexico
  • Rural West Virginia District Improves Instructional Strategies and Differentiated Teaching with Learning 360 Framework

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    “Learning 360 Framework along with the Educator Effectiveness System components PD 360 and Common Core 360 have made a real difference in our district.”
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Experts on Education

  • Jay McTighe

    Designing Performance Assessments Jay McTighe brings a wealth of experience developed during a rich and varied career in education. He served as director of the Maryland  Read More

  • Andy Hargreaves

    What's Worth Fighting for in Education Dr. Andy Hargreaves specializes in leadership, professional learning communities, and educational change. As the Thomas More Brennan Chair in Education  Read More

  • Arthur L. Costa

    Cognitive Coaching and Teaching Intelligent Behaviors: Habits of Mind Dr. Arthur L. Costa is a Professor of Education, Emeritus from California State University Sacramento. Dr. Costa  Read More

  • Barrie Bennett

    Integrating Teaching Models Dr. Barrie Bennett is an associate professor at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto (OISE/UT). He is  Read More

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