<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> District and State Collaborative
Network for Developing Comprehensive
Systems for Learning Support
<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> To advance the field by increasing the attention of school improvement policy makers
to rethinking student and learning supports
Click here for a quick introduction
About New Directions for Student
and Learning Supports.
Launched in October, 2011, the District and State Collaborative Network for Developing Comprehensive Systems for Learning Supportincludes all who are eager to share and want to learn from each other about moving student and learning supports in new directions.
Our Center facilitates the work of the collaborative. Sharing will be done through internet mechanisms (e.g., individual emails, listservs, websites), phone and possibly video or skype discussion sessions, and in-person meetings as feasible.
We anticipate that the Center's collaboration with the American Association of School Administrators (AASA) and Scholastic will be helpful in achieving all this.
The Center's current information on: Where's It Happening? (click below) will be expanded into a broad-based clearinghouse encompassing the essence of what the collaborative network generates.
If you have any interest in being part of this collaborative, please let us know.
Contact:(Ltaylor@ucla.edu) or (email@example.com) .
- First Steps
- Initial Comments
- Information Exchange
>Impact data relevant to a comprehensive system of learning supports
>Alignment of initiatives and resources in developing a comprehensive system of learning supports
>Creating readiness for systemic change
>Should Schools Be Doing More About Child Abuse?(Thinking about the news from Pennsylvania)
>Learning Supports Resource Assessment --Mapping and Analyzing What is Being Done to Address Barriers to Learning and Teaching
>What Superintendents Say about Creating Infrastructure for Learning Supports
>Some Info, a question, and a resource for teacher inservice
>School Improvement Planning Guide to Enhance How Schools Address Learning and Behavior Problems
>About Professional Development Needs Related to Establishing a Comprehensive System of Learning Supports
>Strengthening links to learning
>How Collaborative Network Participants are Creating Readiness for New Directions for Learning Supports
> About Common Core State Standards for Learning Supports
> About Disseminating the Learning Supports Standards
>Student and Learning Supports: Needed -- More than a Few Added Services (5-6-13)
Where's it Happening? - Examples and Lessons Learned
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