High Reliability Schools
The Marzano High Reliability Schools framework serves as a long-term strategic planning guide for schools and districts. Rather than constantly seeking new initiatives, leaders are encouraged to concentrate their school improvement efforts on five key areas: (1) Safe, Supportive, and Collaborative Culture, (2) Effective Teaching in Every Classroom, (3) Guaranteed and Viable Curriculum, (4) Standards-Referenced Reporting, and (5) Competency-Based Education.
- Improving Teacher Development: A Guide for Teachers and Coaches Virtual Workshop<br> <small>A Live Event with Tina H. Boogren</small>
Virtual Event | November 11 & November 18
Designed for teachers, coaches, and educational leaders, this highly interactive workshop with Tina H. Boogren offers a paradigm-shifting approach to teacher development.
- Leadership, School Improvement, & High Reliability Schools Virtual Workshop<br> <small>A Live Event with Philip B. Warrick</small>
Virtual Event | November 1, November 4, November 8 & November 10
During this highly interactive virtual workshop, Philip B. Warrick challenges and equips leaders and leadership teams to achieve high levels of student learning by reaching a high level of reliability as a school.
- Leading a High Reliability School Virtual Workshop
Virtual Event | November 9–10, 2020
Discover how to use the High Reliability Schools framework as a strategic planning guide for monitoring and significantly improving specific conditions within your school over time.