Join the GRAD Partnership as we establish our Community of Practice (COP) for all of those who are implementing, improving, and innovating on-track and early warning systems in K-12 schools and districts. Getting high-quality, student-centered systems to work in more places for more students will require all kinds of expertise, so we invite you to share this COP opportunity across your networks.
This Community of Practice is meant to be a forum for sharing practical evidence-based practices and research and learning from our common dilemmas to make on-track work a normal part of schooling.
The focus of this first meeting of the Community of Practice is centering students. We will hear from educators who have been using student input to improve on-track systems in schools. As we seek to transform or reimagine how we build the classrooms and schools students need, drawing on student data is one way to tap into students’ brilliance, cultural wealth, and intellectual potential to inform what becomes our new normal.
Join the Community of Practice discussion to learn and shape what comes next - for our work and our Community.
Sarah Howard, Senior Director of the Partner Network at The Network for College Success at the University of Chicago,
Gina Pascual, Senior Improvement Coach, CORE Districts
GRAD Partner Hosts:
Bob Balfanz, Everyone Graduates Center at Johns Hopkins University
Kelly McMahon, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching