In a typical system, there are one-size-fits-all learning environments that meet the needs of some but not all students. This includes standardized and rigid class size, teacher loads, and time.
With Strategic School Design, there are flexible student groupings and schedules that match resources to student needs so all students can access rigorous instruction and meet grade-level expectations.
See how Revere High School, located just outside Boston, MA, is addressing academic achievement and cultivating school culture by focusing on the 9th-grade year.
See how two schools in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, in North Carolina, are approaching turnaround in different ways.
Explore School Check and complete your own healthy school check-up in just a few minutes by answering a series of questions about strategic resource use.
Start by focusing on the Time and Attention section.
Build a strategic school schedule that reflects your school's priorities with our School Scheduling Tools. The school’s master schedule represents, whether explicit or implicit, a critical aspect of shaping how learning takes place in the school.
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