At best, life is an uncertain adventure these days. We, as you, are following COVID-19 as it ravages the world and disrupts life as we have known it in unbelievable ways at astonishing speed. We know the impact on your districts is tremendously challenging. AGI Aspen Group is currently sidelined as a physical on-site source for […]
Every school district, especially those practicing Coherent Governance®, is challenged to identify quality indicators for assessing student performance. AGI Aspen Group International LLC is pleased to offer this timely drive-in conference to elevate the practice of assessing student performance.
While in San Diego, we covered a lot of ground related to assessments, data, and monitoring and missed benefitting from your insights and experiences, too. We covered assessment and data literacy, and the importance of status, growth, projections, and context for developing Results policies and for monitoring them. You can find the slides from the […]
AGI Aspen Group International LLC is pleased to announce affiliation with one of the nation’s most respected student assessment experts, Ginger Hopkins. Clients who attended AGI’s recent Wisdom Sharing Conference in San Diego had the pleasure of meeting Ginger and experiencing first-hand the depth of her understanding of data and how to use it to judge student and district performance.
Good Governance is a ChoiceGet your copy today!New examples, new advice, new ways to think about this work of governing. The conceptual basis for learning and adopting Coherent Governance® to transform your board.”Too many board members focus on adult versus student issues in an attempt to curry the favor needed to run for a higher […]
The authors draw from their combined 70-plus years of experience in working with public and non-profit boards, including work with hundreds of boards using both Coherent Governance® and Policy Governance®, as they present their insight about how to use the models effectively.
The enormously high rate of superintendent turnover in this country is legendary. When a superintendent’s departure is involuntary, both the board and the superintendent usually engage in the blame game. And there usually are no winners at the end of the game.