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Stage 5: How You Know If You Are Making Progress

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MILESTONES:
ALIGN PRINCIPLES, PRACTICE, AND POLICIES INITIATE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE


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Pitfalls

  • Not creating a mechanism that enables school-site teams to communicate policy challenges that influence their ability to achieve the results they seek.
  • Cutting corners on the quality and quantity of coordinators in an effort to establish new community schools more quickly.
  • Overlooking the need to embed community school principles and practices in school systems’ and community partners’ professional development programs; failing to provide professional development opportunities for community schools coordinators.
  • Developing one-size-fits-all professional development and training for sites without their input.


 


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