- Tracking and discussion of data is recommended each month.
- Post data results.
- Analyze the data results. Is there significant progress? Do you need
Have any new issues or areas of concern emerged? Will these require
changes to your original plan? Should you implement these changes now,
or record them for discussion at a major/yearly review?
- If there is no significant progress over a reasonable amount of time,
are there changes you should make to your original plan?
- View your school’s timeline for implementation. Are there any actions
that were scheduled to be completed but were not.
- Note changes in each month’s data. Did something different happen
that month that may account this change?
- Are there certain instructional practices that teachers like/dislike
more than others? What do the data results demonstrate about these instructional
- Are there any outside factors that could be influencing each month’s
- Examine the progress the school has made toward each goal. If adequate
progress is not being made, examine the data further to determine whether
any relevant trends or relationships can be seen.
- Review student achievement– this is the main focus of your schoolwide
plan. Have you raised student achievement? Disaggregate data based on
student participation in schoolwide activities. Determine, is our schoolwide
plan raising student achievement? Why or why not? Which goals are helping?
Which goals are not?
- Are the needs that you first observed still prioritized accurately?
Are any new needs emerging?
- Review goals, indicators, and strategies to determine if any revisions
- Review the “Required Component Checklist” to determine if any revisions
*The above information was adapted from the Ohio Department of Education’s
Reference Guide to Continuous Improvement Planning for Ohio School Districts.