Learning to Improve

Learning to Improve
by Anthony S. Bryk, Louis Gomez, Alicia Grunow, and Paul LeMahieu


Six principles that represent the foundational elements for improvement science carried out in networked communities:

* Make the work problem-specific and user-centered
* Focus on variation in performance
* See the system that produces the current outcomes
* We cannot improve at scale what we cannot measure
* Use disciplined inquiry to drive improvement
* Accelerate learning through networked communities

Resources:
Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching

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