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  • 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.

  • Prioritizing Teaching and Learning

    The central mission of schools and districts is teaching and learning. In effective systems, all participants are learners--both the students and the adults.

  • Sustaining a Culture of Openness and Inquiry

    Districts need to shape their organizational cultures in ways that make those cultures collaborative, caring, ethical, equitable, and amendale to positive change. Building a collaborative culture that values the contributions of all members and is open to self-reflection and learning is key to the development of sustainable, inclusive systems. 

  • System Wide Learning

    For a district to build an effective and inclusive system, it must adopt and sustain  system-wide learning practices grounded in effective data use.

  • Inclusive Instructional and Organizational Leadership

    Sustainable, inclusive education systems for students with significant cognitive disabilities do not stand alone. Districts must focus on building inclusive education systems for all students…systems that embrace all students for the benefit of all.