Reaching All Students with Excellent Teaching
Scenario Introduction | Scenario 1: Urban, High-Poverty Elementary School
Scenario 2: Urban, High-Poverty High School | Scenario 3: Rural, High-Poverty Elementary School
Scenario 4: Remote Area of a Developing Country | Supplemental Scenario: Urban, High-Poverty Middle School
District administrators can use these materials as an exercise in rethinking the standard school set-up, and professors in business, public policy, or education schools, or teacher or leader preparation programs, can use these with their classes. Scenario planners assume the role of a school principal who must develop a plan to give all students access to excellent teachers with the school’s current excellent teachers, without any new funding.
Did you create a new school model or variation that reaches more students with excellent teaching within the five Opportunity Culture Principles, which call for reaching more students with excellent teaching, higher pay, sustainable funding, job-embedded development opportunity, and authority and accountability aligned with each teacher’s responsibilities? Share your idea and we’ll credit you publicly!