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Improvement Science and NetworkED Improvement Communities: An Interview With Dr. Anthony Bryk - A Resource Guide

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Monday, January 4, 2016

Improvement science is a big idea that's organized around constantly asking three questions:

  • What’s the specific problem I am trying to solve?
  • What change might I introduce?
  • How will I know whether or not that change is an improvement?

In this interview with Dr. Anthony Bryk, author of Learning to Improve: How America's Schools Can Get Better at Getting Better and head of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, he offers ways to rethink the structures and processes that lead to student achievement. As the NYC Department of Education is currently conducting a pilot using the tenets of improvement science to drive individual school efforts to improve their practice, we share Dr. Bryk's responses to our questions about improvement science and NetworkED Improvement Communities (NICs).

 

 

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