The Change Package for Behavior/Social Emotional Learning offers key evidence-based changes for social-emotional development in five categories: data, relationships & adult support, school environment, mindset formation, skill building. It also provides considerations, primary and secondary drivers, and a behavior/social emotional learning improvement inventory.
This slide outlines CT RISE's data pipeline and can be used as an example of how to display and visualize effective data pathways.
This Early Warning Intervention and Monitoring System (EWIMS) Implementation Guide supports schools and districts to setup and implement the EWIMS process, following seven key steps. The EWIMS process helps schools and districts systematically match students with effective interventions
The Course Performance Change Package for School Improvement offers key evidence-based changes for improving course performance in five categories: data, relationships, mindsets, skills, and practices. It also provides change idea considerations, primary and secondary drivers, and a course performance improvement inventory.
The Change Package for Attendance Improvement offers key evidence-based changes for attendance in four categories: data, relationships, motivation, and problem solving. It also outlines considerations, primary and secondary drivers, and an attendance improvement inventory. The inventory asks questions to check your understanding, implementation, and seed your thinking around attendance change ideas.
The UChicago Network for College Success (NCS) currently partners with 17 high schools in our NSI in Chicago. NCS Coaches developed the Key Driver Diagram as a model or frame for educators in our Freshman Success Improvement Community. The document shows the AIM of the network and the key drivers that will impact the work of improving educator practice and student outcomes. Also included are measures and change ideas. As continuous improvement is an iterative and collaborative process, NCS will tune and refine the Key Driver Diagram over time.
How we use the resource:
This document is used as a living model for the work of improving Freshman Success in our NSI. For the Exchange, this document is an example of a Key Driver Diagram and how NCS and our partner schools are engaging in CI. We recommend others use it a reference.
"On-track data teams promote collaboration and contribute to school improvement and student success. To maximize their impact, on-track data teams require careful planning and attention to detail." In this guide, CT RISE shares key lessons and strategies around data used in high schools in the RISE Network to promote engagement, on-track achievement, and college and career readiness.
Our Data Sharing Agreement template is what we use to outline our partnership, including what data will be provided by the districts participating in our network.
As you continue to test out new ideas through CI, check out these resources to ensure equity is the core of every idea.
The resources in this collection will help your team explore different approaches used by schools and districts with 9th grade on-track goals. You will be able to access protocols, research, tools, and exemplars that offer evidence-based approaches to improvement in this area.