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“For a school district to achieve excellence, every school
and every department must achieve excellence.”

Institutes

2014

Excellence

Leadership

Evidence Based

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Evidence Based Leadership.

EBL K12 is an evidence-based workplan to hardwire a culture of

excellence across all departments and schools in a district and across

key essential pillar goals aligned with the district’s strategic plan to

achieve excellence.

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Continuous
Improvement
Process

K12 Accountability System
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iLessonReady

Introducing the new

Your Challenges

The Evidence-Based Leadership framework and Studer Education coaching and support help superintendents, executive teams, and school and department leaders become excellent by applying a continuous systems improvement and execution framework that focuses on high priority measurable results.
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Straight A Leadership Assessment

Click here to access our free tools for assessing employee engagement and parent satisfaction, receive a summary results report and benchmark your results to other districts.
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Try This Tip

Yesterday, I enjoyed a great, self-reflective discussion with the Cabinet and Lead Principals of the Chippewa Falls Area School District (WI). After reviewing results from a Studer Education Straight A Leadership Assessment and a Baldrige Quality Self-Assessment, we analyzed why different district leaders perceived their responsibilities, employees’ engagement, parents’ satisfaction, and […]
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Education Blog

As we work with school districts throughout the country, we find school board members want to know the answer to this question: What type of evidence will the district leadership provide that lets board members know they made a spending decision that provided a return on student achievement based on the dollars invested?
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How Does EBL K12 Help You?

School Boards

As a board member you want the district to achieve the highest results possible and you want to hold the superintendent and district leadership accountable for results. Your community is depending on you to do so.

Superintendents

As a superintendent you hold the ultimate responsibility for ensuring that students achieve their highest levels and teachers and leaders have the skill sets to get this job done. The board holds you accountable and your employees depend on you to lead them.

Senior Leaders

As senior leaders on the executive team you hold very defined responsibilities aligned to results including student achievement, people, service and/or finance. You want to know what is expected of you so that you can guide those who depend on you to lead them.

School Principals

As school principals you hold the ultimate responsibility for ensuring students in your school achieve their highest levels and teachers and staff have the skills sets to get this job done. Parents of students attending your school depend on you to do the best for their children.

Department Leader

As department leaders you are responsible for results aligned to your respective departments including people, service, finance, and quality indicators associated with job responsibilities. You want to know what is expected of you and your department so you can guide those who depend on you to lead them.

K12 Accountability System and Continuous Improvement Process

goalsDistrict goals and measures on the key drivers for being an excellent school district are created and approved by the superintendent and board. These goals and measures are then cascaded to every department and every school so that the action items by goal will drive overall district results.
As part of the EBL K12, employee engagement is defined as the extent to which leaders provide a work environment that supports and coaches employees to reach their highest potential. The Studer Education Employee Engagement Survey measures this construct. Partner districts can benchmark their results with other partner districts.
As part of the EBL K12, parent satisfaction is defined as the extent to which parents are satisfied with the education their child is receiving at his or her school.  The Studer Education Parent Satisfaction Survey measures this construct. Partner districts can benchmark their results with other partner districts.
Some districts choose to measure student engagement or the extent to which students believe they have every opportunity to be successful in the learning environment. The Studer Education Student Engagement Survey measures this construct. Partner districts can benchmark their results with other partner districts.
As part of the EBL K12, district support services is defined as the extent to which district departments provide excellent services to schools. The Studer Education District Support Services Survey measures this construct. Partner districts can benchmark their results with other partner districts.
A key measure of every school district is student achievement.  As part of the EBL K12 framework, leaders determine the key measures that define school district excellence and represent local, state and national accountability measures.
School districts serve employees who provide a service to schools, such as Human Resource, Finance, Food Service, Transportation, etc.  The varying department personnel have defined job responsibilities that must be performed at the highest levels.  As part of the EBL K12, measurable quality indicators are defined by department and individual leader.
The ultimate job of school boards is to ensure that school district leaders are spending public funds in a way that produces the best results.  As part of the EBL K12, district leaders calculate the Return on Student Achievement for dollars spent in areas such as curriculum, materials, programs, personnel, etc.

EBL K12 Flywheel™

Studer Education’s EBL K12 Flywheel serves as the centerpiece of our work with leaders and school districts and shows the need to drive performance to reach excellence.

The EBL K12 Flywheel represents the evidence-based leadership framework and the continuous improvement process used to produce evidence-based results and drive performance with school leaders and to build an evaluation process that is transparent to all stakeholder groups.

What’s Right In Education 2014

Mark your calendars now! WRIE 2014 is scheduled for August 6, 2014, in Chicago, Illinois. We want to see you there!

Studer Education’s annual What’s Right in Education shares best practices, tools, and step-by-step tactics to help school districts achieve and sustain academic, service, and operational excellence. Presenters include school board members, superintendents, district department leaders, and principals with proven results on key quality metrics including student achievement, parent satisfaction, workforce engagement, and service excellence. Attendees rated, “I would recommend this conference to my colleagues” a 9.3/10 (2012 conference) and 9.2/10 (2013 conference). Make plans to join us August 2014!

Our Team

  • Dr. Janet Pilcher
    Dr. Janet PilcherSenior Leader

    Janet is the Senior Leader and creator of the education division of Studer Group. She leads a team who works with district and school leaders to apply an Evidence-Based Leadership framework to create a culture of change and accountability in K12 schools.

  • Dr. Robin Largue
    Dr. Robin LargueLead Coach

    Robin is the Studer Education Lead Coach for the Evidence-Based Leadership K12 approach applied in school districts.

  • Dr. Julie Kunselman
    Dr. Julie KunselmanLeader of Research and Development

    Julie has published more than 25 articles in areas of leadership and administration, public policy, and student engagement and pedagogy, as well as coauthored three textbooks.

  • Dr. Melissa Matarazzo
    Dr. Melissa MatarazzoCoach

    Melissa is a Studer Education coach for the  Evidence-Based Leadership K12 approach.

  • Dr. Karen Owen
    Dr. Karen OwenCoach

    KK is a Studer Education coach for the  Evidence-Based Leadership K12 approach.

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