In this report leading government management improvement strategist Eric Schnurer takes a look at the context in which the SEZP was conceived and developed, the core principles and strategies that it operates with, and the initial impact it is having on school leaders, teachers, and district leadership.
Educators are charged with the opportunity and the obligation to prepare young people for healthy and productive futures. They are expected to do this with skill, expertise, and finesse. In too many instances, schools lack adequately-equipped staff, access to enrichment,
Many of the highest performing schools of all types are “powerful schools.” These schools often have autonomy and flexibility in staffing, schedule, curriculum, and spending. But it’s not really autonomy which makes these schools successful, it’s how educators use their