Leave us your comments, feedback or just say "Hi."

CAPTCHA
This question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.
6 + 4 =
Solve this simple math problem and enter the result. E.g. for 1+3, enter 4.
SWIFT Guide / Resource / 253 / Leading Education Reform Initiatives

Leading Education Reform Initiatives

Inclusive Policy Structure and Practices Icon

What is this resource? SWIFT Issue Brief #2: Leading Education Reform Initiatives: How SWIFT Coordinates and Enhances Impact discusses the impact SWIFT has on improving outcomes of several federal, state, district, and school education reform initiatives.
 
Why is it valuable? This brief is valuable because it gives an example of linking multiple initiatives to ensure sustainability and efficiency.

Authors: Mary Kingston (Institute for Educational Leadership), Curtis Richards (Institute for Educational Leadership), Rolf Blank (Council of Chief State School Officers), Jennifer Stonemeier (TASH), Barbara Trader (TASH), Bill East (National Association of State Directors of Special Education)

Ideal Audience: Local Educational Agency, Policymakers and State Officials

Rate this resource: 
Return to Top
swift@ku.edu
schools-out-for-the-summer