Support and Strategies for Enriching Achievement of Native American Students
Districts and schools that serve Native American students can help improve the educational outcomes of this group by employing a number of successful strategies. These include using small-group and team-based instructional approaches; infusing indigenous history, culture, and language into curricula and instruction; and providing opportunities for students and their families to engage in relevant school-based activities. These and other strategies are outlined in the response to an information request recently completed by SEDL’s Southeast Comprehensive Center. Learn more.
Implementing School Improvement Initiatives: A Closer Look
Want to learn more about the tools of the Concerns-Based Adoption Model (CBAM)? Register for our 2015 webinar series, Implementing School Improvement Initiatives: A Closer Look. This 5-part series introduces the three CBAM tools, and participants also have the opportunity to develop a plan for using CBAM with a specific change initiative.