Continuous Improvement


  • The District Model of Continuous Improvement is the means to support the accomplishment of curriculum goals. The Model of Continuous Improvement requires teams of teachers and administrators to examine student performance data, to design and implement instruction, and monitor results. The curriculum review process engages in a parallel process of continuous improvement. It includes the examination of curriculum, driven by student results over time, to determine what students should know, be able to understand and do, when it should be taught, and when and how it will be assessed. The results of the implementation of the curriculum, including student and parent perceptual data, provide the necessary “results” to drive on-going curriculum review, revision, and renewal.