Infrastructure for Continuous Improvement


Infrastructure refers to the collection of physical, relational, and procedural mechanisms in a system that support people as they coordinate and work efficiently together. These components provide the structural stability for initiatives to be installed, sustained, and improved independent of particular individuals and personalities. An effective school infrastructure increases the likelihood that improvement efforts are focused and aligned and that educators are empowered to ensure equitable, healing-centered, assets-based social, emotional, behavioral, developmental, and academic outcomes for every student. 

Teaming Structures

Team Dynamics

  • Teamwork & Collaboration Resources Example team agendas and other resources to help teams develop norms, make decisions together, ensure all voices are heard, and more.

Implementation Plans

  • Implementation Science Basics When we're implementing new practices and programs, if we want them to stick around and achieve the results we're looking for, we need to be intentional about what we're implementing, where we're implementing it, who is involved, and how we approach it.

Professional Learning

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