Making the Case for Change, Targeting Supports, and Monitoring to Improve Instruction USDOE

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U.S. Department of Education

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After years of inconsistent instructional quality and low levels of student achievement, Emerson Elementary School (Kansas) was designated as one of the lowest performing schools in Kansas. The school’s principal, hired in 2010, focused on making the case for broadening the role of instructional leadership among the staff and supporting the improvement of teachers’ professional practice as key components of his plan to boost student academic performance.

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Turnaround Capacity

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School

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Kansas