Transformation takes time and energy, but the results are well worth the effort. Once change has begun, it is easier to maintain forward momentum while using fewer resources.
Change within schools works this way too. If you are looking to save teachers time, an all-in-one program may do the trick. If you want to increase academic success, shifting focus to early literacy may push you over the hump.
Having practical strategies on hand can provide the boost you need to make the changes you want and help you train your staff on maintaining new ways of doing things.
Stringfellow Elementary School in Moultrie, Georgia implemented 7 practical strategies to transform their failing school. One important strategy was to use Istation as part of their highly successful early literacy intervention program. Within one school year, Stringfellow was removed from the state’s failing schools list after becoming one of the most improved and one of the highest-scoring elementary schools in its district.
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