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  1. Superintendents and other key district-level leaders (i.e., deputy/assistant superintendents, board of education members) need support in the effective district-wide use of relevant data for instructional decision-making.
  2. Superintendents and other key district-level leaders (i.e., deputy/assistant superintendents, board of education members) may not fully understand how to use the Ohio Decision Framework (DF) tool as a foundation for effective district-wide use of relevant data for instructional decision-making.
  3. The state’s improvement process and related training/materials should include training specifically geared toward improving the understanding of superintendents and other key district-level leaders(i.e., deputy/assistant superintendents, board of education members in how to model and set the stage for effective district-wide use of relevant data for instructional decision-making.
  4. Training and resources designed to support superintendents and other key district-level leaders in leading effective district-wide use of relevant data for instructional decision-making must be incorporated as part of the state’s improvement process (i.e., OIP-OLAC) for such training/resources to be used across the state.

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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What the OIP Is and Is not

The OIP is not a program, nor is it an initiative to be implemented. Rather, it is a structured process that can be used and adapted by districts to enact research-based essential leadership practices, as outlined in Ohio’s Leadership Development Framework. It is also Ohio’s strategy for establishing a common and consistent vocabulary and set of protocols for use by regional providers (ESC and SST personnel) in working with districts to support meaningful improvement efforts. For examples of district-wide tools and protocols to support data use across a district, you can view these sample materials on DWW:

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Essential Practices

There is a growing body of evidence supporting the use of six practices described in the collective work of Moving Your Numbers, a technical assistance and dissemination initiative of the National Center on Educational Outcomes designed to identify and provide existence proofs of districts improving outcomes for all learners as part of district-wide improvement efforts. These practices, when used in an aligned and coherent manner, are associated with higher student achievement:

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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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