Every learner is important. With equitable access to a great education, every child will learn and be successful. Schools can reach this goal with careful and intentional structuring of our educational systems. In Wisconsin, we call this work the implementation of equitable, multi-level systems of supports.
By leaning into their strong systems, Wisconsin schools and districts realize better results with more equitable student outcomes.
Did you know?
After three years of sustaining fidelity at the universal level, 71 percent of schools increased their English language arts achievement score on their state report card.
Eighty percent of students who scored in the lowest 5 percent on the Forward ELA Exam improved after attending a high implementing school for the next 3 years.
Strong implementation is making a positive impact for Wisconsin students. Whether you are just starting, reengaging, or sustaining, use this summary to let your stakeholders know that strong implementation leads to better results.
Subscriber Submission: Director of Wisconsin RtI Center, Kathy Ryder