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In order to realize the promise of innovative teaching models at the student level, school and district leaders must establish system-level conditions such as Essential Supports that allow educators to implement the design for students, Enabling Systems and Structures that lower barriers for implementation and accelerate uptake, and Ongoing Processes to align and improve. Learn more about our Innovative Learning Implementation Framework and explore strategies, advice, and tools below.

Framework graphic showing Conditions for Success and Scale; a three-part diagram with a student at the center, labeled "Teaching & Learning Model," surrounded by a large green circle split into 4 parts: Learning Materials & Tools, Community & Culture, Student Support Programming, and Professional Development & Learning. This is further surrounded by a thinner turquoise circle, split into several parts: Policies, Talent Systems, Research, Measurement, and Evaluation, Physical Environment, Time, Finance and Resourcing, Technology and Data Infrastructure, and Communications. The outermost circle is split into the following parts: Systems Visioning, Planning and Project Management, Continuous Improvement, Designing for Equity, and Change Management. The Conditions are as follows: innermost circle- Essential Supports, middle circle- Enabling Systems & Structures, outermost circle-Ongoing Processes.

Visioning

All education system leaders face choices about how to lead change in a way that maximizes benefits to students. These choices include how to set a clear and coherent vision to guide change, as well as how to implement and scale those changes effectively. Leaders can work to tailor their approach to change to their own system and bring together stakeholders to develop and integrate a shared vision for the future.

Below, find strategies and resources for:

  • Strategy Development
  • Vision Development
  • Leadership Decisions
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Visioning

All education system leaders face choices about how to lead change in a way that maximizes benefits to students. These choices include how to set a clear and coherent vision to guide change, as well as how to implement and scale those changes effectively. Leaders can work to tailor their approach to change to their own system and bring together stakeholders to develop and integrate a shared vision for the future.

Below, find strategies and resources for:

  • Strategy Development
  • Vision Development
  • Leadership Decisions
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Visioning

All education system leaders face choices about how to lead change in a way that maximizes benefits to students. These choices include how to set a clear and coherent vision to guide change, as well as how to implement and scale those changes effectively. Leaders can work to tailor their approach to change to their own system and bring together stakeholders to develop and integrate a shared vision for the future.

Below, find strategies and resources for:

  • Strategy Development
  • Vision Development
  • Leadership Decisions
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