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  1. If teachers…. • Curriculum: • Teach targeted guided Math lessons based on reading data. • Ensure student with disabilities are in the general education classroom during math instruction. • Assessment: • Use formative assessments to make instructional decisions. • Consistently disaggregate data by subgroups (SWD) to understand gaps in students learning and plan instruction to meet student needs. • Instruction: • Clearly state learning objectives to make the purpose of the lesson clear to students. • Classroom teachers provide interventions to ALL students within the classroom setting. • Culture: • Establish effective PLCs within the building both vertically and horizontally. Theory of Action • 15% increase in the number of students proficient or advanced in the area of Math as measured by the MEAP. • 20 % increase in the number of students with disabilities scoring proficient or advanced in the are of Math as measured by the MEAP. • 100% of students who are identified at Tier II students will receive “two doses” in math instruction. • If leaders… • Professional Development • Provide PD in linking reading and math understandings. • Provide PD on RTI Process • Highlight best practices. • Professional Learning Communities • Create regular, protected time for collaboration • Use formative assessments to drive instruction and provide interventions. • Results-Oriented Leadership • Stay focused on priority areas. • Follow through on the implementation of ToA • Distribute leadership—have teachers be responsible for making PLCs focused and aligned as well as share best practices. • Monitor grade-level PLCs.

  2. If teachers…. • Curriculum: • Teach targeted guided reading lessons based on reading data. • Ensuring student with disabilities are in the general education classroom during reading instruction. • Assessment: • Use formative assessments to make instructional decisions. • Instruction: • Clearly state learning objectives to make the purpose of the lesson clear to students. • Classroom teachers provide interventions to ALL students within the classroom setting. • Build personal connections with students. • Culture: • Establish effective PLCs within the building both vertically and horizontally. • Use positive behavior supports. Theory of Action • 15% increase in the number of students proficient or advanced in the area of Reading as measured by the MEAP. • 20 % increase in the number of students with disabilities scoring proficient or advanced in the area of Reading as measured by the MEAP. • If leaders… • Professional Development • Provide PD in guided reading lessons • Provide PD on RTI Process • Highlight best practices. • Professional Learning Communities • Create regular, protected time for collaboration • Use formative assessments to drive instruction and provide interventions. • Results-Oriented Leadership • Stay focused on priority areas. • Follow through on the implementation of ToA • Distribute leadership—have teachers be responsible for making PLCs focused and aligned as well as share best practices. • Monitor grade-level PLCs.