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Download the Superintendent's Assessment Tool from MovingYourNumbers.org

This District Self-Assessment Guide is intended for use by district leadership teams and school-level leadership teams in gauging the district's degree of implementation and scale of actions associated with effective practices identified by Moving Your Numbers.

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Becoming a learning organization

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Changing Adult Behavior: What Matters Most

The purpose of this section of the O-DWW Superintendent Pathfinder is to support superintendents in leading and managing change.

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Listen to an Ohio Superintendent share his/her district’s experience in leading and managing change using the OIP as a foundation and framework for improvement.

Superintendent Use of OIP-OLAC to Lead and Manage Change

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Supporting Partners

  • University of Dayton, a supporting partner of the Ohio Doing What Works program
  • Educational Service Center of Cuyahoga County, a supporting partner of the Ohio Doing What Works program
  • State Support Team 3, a supporting partner of the Ohio Doing What Works program
  • Ohio Department of Education, a supporting partner of the Ohio Doing What Works program
  • Buckeye Association of School Administrators, a supporting partner of the Ohio Doing What Works program
  • Ohio Leadership Advisory Council, a supporting partner of the Ohio Doing What Works program

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