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The Resources section is where you can search the resources provided by all 20 Centers in the CC Network. These resources are developed and maintained by the Centers, and they are available to everyone. Search by a keyword or phrase, or browse by a topic to find resources you may be interested in.

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State Policy Levers for Improving Literacy

2020PublicationPDF

The disappointing results of the 2019 National Assessment of Educational Progress--a dip in trajectory of reading proficiency for all students except those at the highest level of ability--are prompting states to consider new reading-related policies and actions. In State Policy Levers for Improving Literacy, Barbara Foorman describes the validated non-negotiable steps for ensuring Grade 3 reading success and offers advice about policies that SEAs can implement to guide and support actions at district and school levels.

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Teacher Leadership Toolkit 2.0: Strategies to Build, Support, and Sustain Teacher Leadership

2019Tools/ToolkitPDF

This State Teacher Leadership Toolkit includes a synthesis of research on teacher leadership, current examples, and useful tools for designing, implementing, and supporting teacher leadership initiatives.

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Transforming Systems for High Levels of Learning for All Students: Personalized Learning in Wisconsin

2018Practice guidePDF

The Midwest Comprehensive Center conducted interviews with education leaders who have been collaborating with the Institute for Personalized Learning and Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction to implement personalized learning initiatives in their schools. This document provides a snapshot of each district’s journey and shares an approach for schools to grow a personalized learning ecosystem.

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Using Geographic Information Systems to Support Equitable Work-Based Learning Planning and Implementation

2018PublicationPDF

State and local education agencies can use geographic information systems (GIS) software as an operational tool
to visualize school locations and administrative boundaries or as a communications tool to inform families about
school attributes in different locations. This document encourages the use of GIS as a strategic and analytic
tool that can focus administrative decision making and guide the types of cross-sector collaborations that are
required to plan and implement systemic change efforts.
 

 

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