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Systems Change

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When engaging in systems change, all components of the system must be considered:

  • Consensus. Establish the need for change by examining of student proficiency data and trends over time, and communicate a clear and common vision 
  • Infrastructure: Align resources to support student achievement through high-quality instruction, a multi-tiered framework of service and support, and data-based decision making
  • Implementation: Move the work from theory to practice by implementing the changes with fidelity.   

It's important to remember that change isn't linear. Consensus building is integral throughout the entire process and must be revisited often. Adjustments to the infrastructure must be made as needs change. Both consensus and infrastructure need to be in place for implementation to be effective. All the components have a common goal: to create the conditions and supports needed for all students to succeed.