The continuous improvement process provides a powerful mechanism for promoting shifts in educator behaviors that will lead to improved learning for students.
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What is the Continuous Improvement Process?
Schools and districts in Oregon are called upon to engage in continuous improvement work to improve outcomes for students. A continuous improvement process is the process by which districts and schools:
- Determine what is working and what needs to change;
- Establish a process to engage stakeholders to effect change;
- Leverage effective practices to implement a plan;
- Use data to monitor and make timely adjustments to improve outcomes.
The continuous improvement process results in the development of an ambitious, priority-driven action plan where routine collaboration and decision-making among district leaders is reflected throughout implementation.
This video is an overview of the Oregon Integrated Systems (ORIS) Framework school-level needs assessment tool. School teams will gain an overview of its content and learn how to self-administer the assessment. The transcript for this video is also available. Additional information on continuous improvement in Oregon and the needs assessment tools can be found on this page.
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