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Cycle of Continuous Improvement

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Performance Improvement is a cycle of continuous improvement with no starting point and no ending point.  It is an integral and integrated part of how we go about our work in the Cherry Creek School District.  It is one process for making us a stronger partner in our district efforts to serve our schools and communities 365 days each year.  Within our system, the entry point for improvement can occur at any component with the cycle of inquiry continuing from that point.

Strategy is at the heart of our improvement planning and leads us to attain our organizational goals of Excellence and Equity and College Readiness and Postsecondary Success.

The components of this cycle include:

Plan – What do we want to change?

Execute – What are our internal and external activities?

Monitor – What is happening now? How do you know?

Analyze– Why is it happening?

Adapting – What do we need to do differently?   What is likely to happen in the future if we continue on this trajectory?

 

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Excellence and Equity

 

College Readiness and Postsecondary Success

 

The Cycle of Inquiry for School Improvement Planning focuses on key questions regarding student achievement with no starting point and no ending point.  It is an integral and integrated part of how schools engage in meaningful school improvement.  The entry point for improvement can occur at any component with the cycle of inquiry continuing from that point.

Strategy is at the heart of our improvement planning and leads us to attain our organizational goals of Excellence and Equity and College Readiness and Postsecondary Success.

Plan – What do we want to change?  What do students need to know, do, and understand to be prepared for college and postsecondary success?

Execute – What are our internal and external activities?

Monitor – What is happening now? How do you know?

Analyze– Why is it happening?  Why are we getting these results?

Adapting – What do we need to do differently?   What is likely to happen in the future if we continue on this trajectory?

 

 

 

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