We're in an infinite cycle of being better, every day. It's called continuous improvement, and it's been implemented at globally successful companies in manufacturing, health care and now, with us, schools.
We're a leader in continuous improvement and it's brought us international attention for the progress we've made in student learning that is unprecedented. We simply call it CI.
In it's simplest forms, it's a system called Plan. Do. Study. Act. It's at the core of what we do. It's in the classroom and gives students ownership in their learning. Students guide their own education to meet goals with our staff's instruction and when something doesn't quite click for a child, staff use their own PDSA cycle to tailor learning to ensure success.
See Continuous Improvement in action at our CI Symposium on March 10 & 11, 2020.
Register to join us for The Symposium on Continuous Improvement, a two-day opportunity to learn how to build a culture committed to learning and focused on quality outcomes for your school community. Participants will visit classrooms at all levels where continuous improvement cycles are being used to personalize learning for students and increase student ownership and engagement in their learning. Multiple-panel conversations will allow visitors to ask questions on relevant issues that impact learning. From kindergarten to the school board, process improvement is having an impact on system effectiveness and efficiency.