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High Reliability Schools: A Framework for Sustainable School Improvement
Monday, May 17, 2021 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
Presented by Philip B. Warrick, Ed.D., Author and Educator, Marzano Resources
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School improvement efforts are most effective when they are coordinated, collective, and systemic. The High Reliability Schools framework—a hierarchy of five progressive levels of school improvement—serves as a long-term strategic planning guide for schools and districts. Rather than adding any new initiatives, the HRS framework provides a structure to organize and prioritize the school’s current and future initiatives to ensure maximum success and lasting effectiveness.
- HRS Level 1: Safe, Supportive, and Collaborative Culture
- HRS Level 2: Effective Teaching in Every Classroom
- HRS Level 3: Guaranteed and Viable Curriculum
- HRS Level 4: Standards-Referenced Reporting
- HRS Level 5: Competency-Based Education
During this edWebinar, Dr. Phil Warrick will introduce the HRS model and explain how leaders and leadership teams can ensure high levels of student learning by achieving a high level of reliability. Attendees can expect to:
- Learn why the High Reliability Schools framework and process allows schools and districts to guarantee student success
- Be able to summarize the first three HRS levels and explain the rationale behind their prioritization
- Explain how the HRS framework serves as a school leadership model that offers a clear, concise focus on research-based practices that increase student achievement
The High Reliability Schools model is built on continuous monitoring and improvement of specific research-affirmed factors, and schools that implement this transformational approach are creating educational communities that guarantee the success of every student.
This edWebinar will be of interest to K-12 teachers and school and district leaders. There will be time for questions at the end of the presentation.
About the Presenter
Philip B. Warrick, Ed.D. spent the first 25 years of his education career as a teacher, assistant principal, principal, and superintendent and has experience leading schools in the states of Nebraska and Texas. He was named the 1998 Nebraska Outstanding New Principal of the Year and was the 2005 Nebraska State High School Principal of the Year. In 2008, Dr. Warrick was hired as the campus principal at Round Rock High School in Round Rock, Texas. In 2010, he was invited to be an inaugural participant in the Texas Principals’ Visioning Institute, where he collaborated with other principals from the state of Texas to develop a vision for effective practices in Texas schools. In 2011, Dr. Warrick joined the Solution Tree–Marzano Resources team and works as an author and global consultant in the areas of high reliability school leadership, instruction and instructional coaching, assessment, grading, and collaborative teaming.
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