WRIE 2013 Conference Videos

Arlington Independent SD (TX)

Next steps after Employee Engagement Survey?

Parent Engagement in AISD

Escambia County SD (FL)

Vision for Results We Want

SD Janesville (WI)

Employee Engagement and One School's Results

Rounding in SDJ (Overview)

Rounding in SDJ (Results)

Rounding in SDJ (What Employees Want)

Example: Manage Up (District Leader to Superintendent/School Board)

Example: Rounding District Leader and Superintendent

Example: Rounding District Leader to Principal

Rounding Overview

Non-Example: Rounding Non-Example

Student Achievement

Thank You Notes in SDJ

Pewaukee SD

Pewaukee SD Baldrige Criteria and Systems Framework Provide Opportunity for Innovation

Why focus on Systems Improvement and Focused Criteria for Excellence

Book Studies for Professional Development

Pewaukee SD Mission is about Students

WRIE 2013 Blog Posts

What is the value you place on being the best leader to improve your schools? Dr. JoAnn Sternke, Superintendent of Pewaukee School District, shared her district’s commitment to quality and continuous improvement at What’s Right in Education 2013.


Classroom Excellence: A Best Practice Showcase. A group of principals and teachers from The School District of Menomonee Falls (WI) showcases a classroom best practice – Plan, Do, Study, Act (PDSA).

Continuous Improvement

“Keep changing the face of education. I am so inspired and motivated.” This quote is from an educational leader attending the first day of Studer Education’s What’s Right in Education partner showcase.

Change Education

Dr. Karen Owen shares how the Evidence-Based Leadership framework helped her district address questions about data/evidence when it designed and implemented school leader and teacher evaluations.

Dr. Karen Owens

Research Fellow Melissa Matarazzo uses #Storify to tell the What’s Right in Education conference story using tweets that included the conference Twitter hashtag #WRIE.

WRIE 2013 Tweets

“Novice teachers need courageous leaders.” What does this mean to you? A question posed by school board and school district leaders attending What’s Right in Education.


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