Spotlight: CORE Districts School Quality Improvement Index Goes Online
CORE Districts introduced its new School Quality Improvement Index in December 2015. The Index uses a new system of multiple measures to provide schools and teachers with more and better information to improve student learning. School-level reports for the initial version of the School Quality Improvement Index (2014-15 data) will be available to the public beginning February 2, 2016 on the CORE Districts website . The link to the data can be found below.
Exciting Opportunity: Join CORE’s Data Collaborative
CORE Districts introduced the School Quality Improvement Index in December at the California School Board Association conference. The Index represents a fundamental shift in educational accountability that could be used to inform the state as it looks to evolve the API. It’s a flashlight, not a hammer!
In developing the School Quality Improvement Index, CORE Districts has gathered extensive data and developed systems for analysis and sharing. We’re now opening the CORE Data Collaborative to interested LEAs.
Information about CORE’s data collaborative
Join CORE’s Data Collaborative and Index
View a presentation on CORE’s School Quality Improvement System and Data Collaborative
To see the splash page with all of the links, please click here.
Featured Work: The School Quality Improvement System
The School Quality Improvement System is a holistic approach to school improvement and accountability that focuses on academic preparedness, social-emotional skills, the culture and climate of a school, collaborative learning from each other, and supporting effective instruction. Click here to watch our video and this link to learn more!
As a collaboration of districts, we work together to innovate, implement, and scale new strategies and tools that help our students succeed, so that our districts are improved to meet the challenges of the 21st century.
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