Capability Building Programs

Our Improvement Capability Building programs are intentionally anchored in the methodology of improvement science.

Participants engage in a set of coherent, sequential, and collaborative capability building courses with CORE coaches in order to be able to apply the tools and principles of improvement science to understand how to institute a methodological approach to test ideas of change to produce improved and reliable outcomes; better understand how to use local resources (time, people and money) to improve processes and structures for improved and reliable student outcomes through rapid PDSA testing; and develop improver mindsets to grow and institutionalize positive change in large urban districts and schools.

Principles for Improvement and Equity

PI&E is designed for site leaders interested in growing their knowledge and skills in improvement science. The program is a year-long, cohort-based learning experience that will help leaders apply improvement science to specific problems of practice in their local contexts and establish a culture of improvement at their site. For more information contact brandon@coredistricts.org

Local Improvement Facilitator Training

LIFT is designed for educators interested in deepening their knowledge and skills in improvement science. The program is a year-long, cohort-based learning experience that will prepare select individuals to become improvement facilitators who support teams in using improvement science to tackle specific problems of practice in their local contexts. For more information contact juli.c@coredistricts.org