The three-year Systems Transformation Collaborative lead by Dr. Michael Fullan accelerates the ability of 75 schools in California districts to substantially improve student achievement for all students. This program deepens leadership skills at all levels to mobilize commitment and energy to achieve shared goals with a laser-like focus on improved instruction.
Goals of the Collaborative include:
Increasing district capacity to focus on instructional improvement and student assessment.
Establishing opportunities for districts to learn from each other.
Fostering conditions for sustainable school improvement.
The collaborative includes three phases: design, capacity building, and sustainability, all focused on district and school leaders and leadership within districts to support change.
The Systems Transformation Collaborative is made possible through the generous support from a grant from the Stuart Foundation.