Study the Network™

Experience schools that have been purposefully designed to get results in a high-poverty context.

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STUDY THE NETWORK™ IS NOT A TYPICAL SCHOOL VISIT EXPERIENCE


 

The Study the Network™ day is spent observing in a school with strong culture, ambitious instruction, and efficient school operations. The intentional schedule, small group size, and access to teachers and school leaders during the visit gives participants direct exposure to the ingredients necessary to run a high-performing, high-poverty school. Observations are discussed and thin-sliced to support participants in identifying the key levers that can be utilized to drive improvement in their own schools.

 
 
 

STUDY THE NETWORK™ IN A NUTSHELL

 
 
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LIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

Participants spend much of their day observing in classrooms and common areas, so they can experience the school in action.


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INTENTIONAL SCHEDULE

In addition to classroom observations, time is spent discussing observations and hearing from key staff at the school.


 
 
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PRACTICAL VIDEOS

Our video content is unique in that it captures key systems & routines that may not be observed during the school visit. We watch them together and analyze the video for key ideas.


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TIME FOR REFLECTION

We provide the time for participants to practice self-reflection, discuss observations with colleagues, and action plan for improvement with their Team.


 
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BY THE NUMBERS DURING THE 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR*

 

25+

EDUCATION ORGANIZATIONS SERVED

9.5/10

PARTICIPANTS’ EXPERIENCE SCORE

100%

WORK IN HIGH POVERTY SCHOOLS

50%

TRADITIONAL PUBLIC & PUBLIC CHARTER PARTICIPATION

*Based on 2017-2018 Study the Network™ Participant Survey Response Data.

 
 

This was one of the best and definitely the most thought out PD i've been a part of. It seemed to be as meticulously planned as the school culture, curriculum, and procedures of the school we were in.”

— STUDY THE NETWORK PARTICIPANT

 
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The Study the Network™ workshop is offered through a partnership between the School Performance Institute and the four schools that make up the United Schools Network.