PARTNERS IN CHANGE. DESE. CII. Missouri’s Little Engine That Could: A School Improvement Journey. DESE. MISSOURI’S Accountability History. THE DIVISON OF SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT is responsible for the MISSOURI SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (MSIP) Sophisticated state accreditation system
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A School Improvement Journey
THE DIVISON OF SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT
is responsible for the
MISSOURI SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (MSIP)
Sophisticated state accreditation system
Currently in its 4th 5-year cycle
Consistent with the mandates of No Child Left Behind (NCLB)
Division of Special Education
Challenging Career/Technical Studies
Academic Core and a Concentration
Integration of Academic and Career/Technical Studies
Guidance and Advisement
Data-based Decision MakingHigh Schools That Work is an effort-based (opposed to a talent-based) model of school improvement centered on 10 Key Practices
Missouri had the foresight to develop nineRegional Professional Development CentersThese RPDCs provide a strong foundation for delivery of professional development and support not only to schools and districts most in need of improvement, but to all schools and districts in Missouri.