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Statewide System Development in Missouri: Winter 2022 Updates

The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) is committed to continuously improving and strengthening its support to schools, educators, leaders, and students. To that end, R12CC helps DESE by collecting, analyzing, and reporting on feedback from the field in order to make system refinements. These systems include the Missouri Leadership Development System (MLDS)

2022-02-28T13:55:22-05:00February 28th, 2022|Missouri|

School Redesign in Kansas: Winter 2022 Updates

During the summer and early fall of 2021, leaders from the Kansas State Department of Education (KSDE) and the Kansas State Board of Education facilitated the Kansans Can Success Tour. The tour, a 50-city event, provided opportunities for school leaders, parents and community members to give feedback to state education leaders on the current direction

2022-02-28T13:53:54-05:00February 28th, 2022|Kansas|

Supporting Colorado’s Educator Workforce and Dropout Prevention: Winter 2022 Updates

Work during our third project year continues to focus on providing capacity building services to guide stakeholders’ use of the geographic information system (GIS) map to analyze placed-based data and develop strategies appropriate for addressing contextual factors that impact the local educator pipeline. A collection of resources to support exploration and application of GIS map

2022-02-28T13:53:12-05:00February 28th, 2022|Colorado|

Voices from the Field: Teacher Leadership Development in Kansas Redesign Schools During a Time of Uncertainty

Voices from the Field spotlights stakeholders in Region 12 and their work to improve educational opportunities and outcomes. R12CC is privileged to share the insights of Dr. Tammy Mitchell, Elementary Redesign Specialist, Division of Learning Services, Kansas State Department of Education.                             

2022-02-28T14:16:48-05:00February 23rd, 2022|Blog, Kansas, News|