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Interactive Assessment Tool

Download the Superintendent's Assessment Tool from MovingYourNumbers.org

This District Self-Assessment Guide is intended for use by district leadership teams and school-level leadership teams in gauging the district's degree of implementation and scale of actions associated with effective practices identified by Moving Your Numbers.

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Stages, phases & levels structures: DLT/CSLT-BLT-TBT connections

OIP-stagesThe OIP involves four-stages (see Figure below) across which processes, structures, tools, and people are connected – all with the intent of helping districts enact Ohio’s Leadership Development Framework by (1) using data to identify areas of greatest need; (2) developing a plan to address those areas of need that is built around a limited number of focused goals and strategies to significantly improve instructional practice and student performance; (3) implementing, and monitoring the degree of implementation, of the plan with integrity; and (4) evaluating the effectiveness of the improvement process in changing instructional practice and impacting student learning and performance.

Sustainable improvement is not random. Rather, it is highly focused, beginning with an honest assessment of student data and the identification of academic weaknesses and related issues (e.g., climate and conditions) that must be addressed.

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Questions to Consider

Engaging district and building leadership team members in discussions using a series of questions developed from the common mistakes and why employees resist change provides a strategy for anticipating areas of resistance, and planning together a strategy for involving the wider education community in any change process. Examples of such questions include:

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Supporting Partners

  • University of Dayton, a supporting partner of the Ohio Doing What Works program
  • Educational Service Center of Cuyahoga County, a supporting partner of the Ohio Doing What Works program
  • State Support Team 3, a supporting partner of the Ohio Doing What Works program
  • Ohio Department of Education, a supporting partner of the Ohio Doing What Works program
  • Buckeye Association of School Administrators, a supporting partner of the Ohio Doing What Works program
  • Ohio Leadership Advisory Council, a supporting partner of the Ohio Doing What Works program

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