By: Anne E. Conzemius, Terry Morganti-Fisher
Understand how to properly use the SMART goal process to effect change and achieve real school improvement.
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Publication date: August 23, 2011
Setting data-informed, high-priority SMART goals is a critical step in school improvement that is widely acknowledged. However, goals themselves dont drive improvement; they must be aligned to the school improvement process, curriculum, instruction, assessment practices, mandates, and professional development. Understand how to properly use the SMART goal process to effect change and achieve real school improvement.
Professional Learning Communities School Improvement Teams
Product Code: BKF482
Published By: Solution Tree
Page Count: 160
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