Building Capacity through Support and Accountability

Effective and inclusive districts build capacity for high-quality instruction, equitable community engagement, professional teaming, and productive decision-making. Districts build the capacity of all personnel and hold all personnel accountable for the education of all students. This type of accountability--high expectations coupled with appropriate supports--is sometimes called “reciprocal accountability.”

Building Capacity through Support and Accountability with captions and audio

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