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Big Goals, Small Start: Building MTSS to Scale

Tue., March 21, 2023, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET
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MTSS is not just about tiered interventions, but rather how all the systems in a school or district fit together to ensure a high-quality education for all students.

To achieve full-scale system-wide success, some districts begin with pilot programs at one or a few schools. This allows districts to establish and test building blocks before a district-wide rollout. In these small-scale rollouts, teams often grapple with aligning to district goals while maintaining school individuality and producing scalable data practices.  

Join us for a webinar where districts share their early MTSS success stories and challenges including: 

  • Elevating implementation practices for district teams
  • Achieving educator early adoption 
  • Fostering collaboration and stakeholder input through adaptive leadership
  • Establishing data practices that inform and scale 

Please share your questions with us in the registration form! 

Speakers
John Frye
Special Education/Pupil Services Director, New Richmond Exempted Village School District
Jill Hollandsworth
Director of Curriculum & Technology, New Richmond Exempted Village School District
Iyuanna Pease
Director of Social-Emotional Learning and Equity, Folsom Cordova Unified School District
Moderator
Kate Kotsko
Account Manager, Panorama Education
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