Closing the achievement gap is a challenge for school leaders, especially at Title I schools. “Best practices” can became the norm in every classroom while educators engage and motivate students from all backgrounds.
As principal at a Bells Elementary School, DeAn Jeffrey led her faculty to develop campus-wide initiatives that raised expectations for all students. Jeffrey’s team identified struggling students and put intervention plans into action with five improvement strategies to strengthen fidelity of implementation. Within a single school year, the rate of student achievement skyrocketed! The secrets to their success included using student data to inform instruction and having students track their own progress.
Education Week and Istation invite you to attend a webinar on February 8, 2018, at 2 p.m. EST. This webinar will detail how to close the achievement gap through implementation fidelity. Learn the steps to take and the questions to ask in order to build your school’s improvement plan with achievable goals and concrete strategies.