Systemic Implementation means programs, practices, roles and expertise are aligned and coordinated into an interdependent whole to ensure every learner benefits equitably from access, opportunity, and support across the school and district.
- Exploration – establish a clear, shared vision of success for every learner, assess need, build readiness, plan and connect implementation with state and regional goals, requirements, and resources, develop communication and data collection processes
- Installation – adjust structures and functions, identify and allocate resources, develop coaching and professional development plans, convey importance and relationship of each staff member’s role and responsibilities toward success of the system, communicate efforts through linked implementation teams
- Initial Implementation – provide professional development and coaching during implementation, use a continuous improvement process to resolve system issues, provide a decision support data system to empower individuals and teams to understand, and deepen ownership for implementation of an equitable multi-level system of supports
- Full Implementation – commit to long-range implementation with continuous monitoring and improvement, maintain and improve skills, evaluate for expected outcomes