Your solution to inadequate student learning is CLI
With the CLI Model, you can be the academic leader that you want to be.
The CLI Model…
- is designed around scientifically-based research
- is used by districts throughout the nation varying in size from fewer than 500 students to over 27,000
- encourages the active participation and collaboration of teachers, administrators, parents, and Board of Education members in the governance and management of student learning
- strengthens internal leadership and communication throughout the district so all stakeholders have a feeling of participation in positive district change and growth
- provides a management system for academic programs
- provides proven step-by-step processes for curriculum, instruction, and assessment
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- have been in the “trenches” themselves; they are more than just theorists or researchers who may focus on a narrow aspect of curriculum and instruction
- provide proven answers and solutions, offer sensitivity to local issues, and move discussions along efficiently for more timely results
- work side-by-side with district staff interpreting and incorporating standards into measurable units within their local curricula
- form a partnership working “with” districts, not “over” them, which means the district creates its own internal processes for meeting goals
- are well versed on accreditation processes, use of standards and external assessments, and dealing with compliance issues while maintaining the viability of a local decision-making culture
- provide continued support to districts between onsite visits via phone, email, and/or other means as necessary
What others are saying…
“Our partnership with CLI has enabled us to grow teacher leaders, administrative leaders, and create curriculum processes and instructional practices that will enhance student learning for many years to come. It is the most important work we do!”
Sara McGinnisCurriculum Director, WY
“CLI has been a critical partner in the development of a curriculum that is aligned and comprehensive but most of all useful for our teachers. This process aligns perfectly to our PLCs and ultimately has improved student achievement.”
Marty KobzaSuperintendent, NE
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