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Sometimes people come to us knowing they need help, but they aren’t sure exactly what they want help on. Or, they know there is room for improvement but don’t know where to start. Below are some examples of real-life projects our network of providers have helped organizations just like yours work through.
Collaborate with the equity team and CI-coaches to update all CI-related materials to put equity at the center of the work.
Coach team leads on how to identify the ways implicit bias can influence adult mindsets about goal setting and accountability.
Provide foundational training for the CI team for how to integrate DEI into all aspects of CI.
Offer additional coaching sessions with improvement team leaders and members using DEI concepts.
Provide CI team with coaching and feedback on facilitating equity-centered continuous improvement sessions with schools
Build or identify a set of protocols (e.g., root cause analysis, empathy interviews) and a framework that guides how to choose which protocol to use for system exploration that intentionally centers equity.
Support teams to bring a wide range of qualitative and quantitative data sources, including practical measures, to the process, incorporating various vantage points and perspectives as well as historical and local contexts.
Develop a toolkit with resources your coaches can utilize while supporting their schools.
Set up a train-the-trainer model so your team is prepared to conduct CI trainings in the future.
Monthly coaching calls to continue training and assist with new needs.
Develop data-memos to guide inquiry cycles.
Create a metrics bank.
Lead school teams through a series of frequent and connected inquiry cycles.
Provide a set of tools (e.g. PDSA forms, quality rubrics) and processes to assist each school team in developing change ideas, assessing the effectiveness of their inquiry cycles, identifying system barriers (if any), and making measurable progress.