Alliance of five forms to help schools

   Five organizations today announced the official launch of the School Improvement Alliance (SIA) to provide schools and districts with customized solutions to improve student learning
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   Five organizations today announced the official launch of the School Improvement Alliance (SIA) to provide schools and districts with customized solutions to improve student learning

Five organizations today announced the official launch of the School Improvement Alliance (SIA) to provide schools and districts with customized solutions to improve student learning. SIA members include: Turning Foundation, Turning Technologies, LLC, Performance Matters, TERC, and APQC.

  • Turning Technologies’ student response systems gather data to support differentiated instruction and monitoring.
  • Performance Matters’ data warehousing system will allow for the organization of data by student, class, grade level, building or district.
  • TERC will provide professional development focused on supporting the data use to drive student achievement.
  • APQC’s benchmark and process management solutions will offer research-based best practices

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