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At STAGE 3 of the OIP, the focus is on implementation, and monitoring the degree of implementation, of the focused plan across the district. Recent research on the effects of full implementation (Leadership and Learning Center, 2007) and its impact on student achievement note that partial implementation of evidence-based strategies is not much better than no implementation. For example, in one school when fewer than 50% of the teachers aligned curriculum, assessment, and instruction to state-content standards in science, the percent of students proficient in that content area on state assessment was 25%. In stark contrast, when over 90% of the teachers in the same school aligned curriculum, assessments, and instruction to the state science standards, student proficiency increased to 85% (Reeves, 2006). These findings – based on a synthesis of multiple research sources on teaching, leadership, and organizational effectiveness – highlight the critical importance of full implementation of the district plan based on focused goals that remain stable over time (Reeves, 2008).

For more information about developing focused goals and strategies, go to:

http://www.ohioleadership.org/mod_view.php?nav_id=613

For webinars on moving the work forward through OPES and OTES, go to:

http://www.ohioleadership.org/view.php?cms_nav_id=29&up_mov_id=17

http://www.ohioleadership.org/view.php?cms_nav_id=29&up_mov_id=18

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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