Recommended readings to deepen your understanding of improvement science and networked improvement communities.
Our schools are getting better, but not nearly as rapidly as our aspirations for them are growing. Find out how Carnegie’s approach can help schools bridge the gap and learn to improve.
Variability is everywhere in education. Everything from a school’s location to the textbooks it uses impact student learning. The Six Sigma approach to improvement emphasizes data analysis to reduce variance and inefficiency in school processes to help all students succeed.
Watch this video of Nancy Carnevale, Principal of Milford Central Academy, and Michele Savage, Principal of Shue-Medill Middle School, explain how they use improvement science to identify and test … Read more
This Education Week blog post, “The Celebrations and Challenges of Leading Change,” caught our attention. The authors, from the Friendswood Independent School District in Texas, describe their process of … Read more
Improvement science and education development share similar goals of incrementally bettering all learners’ experience with and success in educational systems, including in lower-income settings, according to Lee Nordstrum, research … Read more