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Social Media Resources, Communicating and Engaging: Race to the Top Resources | U.S. Department of Education (May 02, 2014)
State education agencies are investing more time and effort to communicate effectively and engage with district, school and classroom leaders, parents, students and other key audiences about the important reform work happening in their States. They are using myriad tools to do so, including forums, meetings, direct contact, mainstream and social media.
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Strategies for Community Engagement in School Turnaround | U.S. Department of Education (Feb 14, 2014)
This paper examines one key strategy for making school turnaround more effective: community engagement. To explore community engagement in action, the Reform Support Network (RSN) conducted studies between April and August of 2013 of 11 States and districts, urban and rural, engaged in the communities surrounding low-performing schools.
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Standards and Transitions: Race to the Top Resources | U.S. Department of Education (Aug 28, 2013)
Information on instructional leadership with additional resources on standards and transitions.
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High-Quality Evaluation Rollout: Race to the Top Resources | U.S. Department of Education (Aug 28, 2013)
Information on instructional leadership with additional resources on high-quality evaluation rollout .
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High-Quality Evaluation Design: Race to the Top Resources | U.S. Department of Education (Aug 28, 2013)
Information on instructional leadership with additional resources on high-quality evaluation design.
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Community Engagement: Race to the Top Resources | U.S. Department of Education (Jul 22, 2013)
Resources, including webinars, from Race to the Top to learn about how to engage and have effective communication with stakeholders and other partners in education reform.
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State Collaboration: Race to the Top Resources | U.S. Department of Education (Jul 22, 2013)
Materials from past seminars and convenings on Race to the Top.
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Student Learning Objectives: Race to the Top Resources | U.S. Department of Education (Jul 22, 2013)
Information about working groups focused on developing Student Learning Objectives (SLOs).
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Effective Teachers and Leaders: Race to the Top Resources | U.S. Department of Education (Jul 22, 2013)
Offers Race to the Top grantees an opportunity to share lessons learned and promising practices in the design, development and implementation of comprehensive educator effectiveness systems and in the transition to college- and career-ready standards and aligned assessments.
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Using Social Media to More Effectively Communicate Reform Efforts: A Case Study on the Ohio Department of Education’s Use of Twitter | Implementation and Support Unit (ISU) (PDF) (Jul 22, 2013)
Using Social Media to More Effectively Communicate Reform Efforts: A Case Study on the Ohio Department of Education’s Use of Twitter under the Technical Assistance team of the Implementation and Support Unit (ISU).
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