Connecticut Lighthouse Project
Sponsored in part by the Connecticut State Department of Education
Strengthening School Boards - Improving Student Achievement
What is the Connecticut Lighthouse Project?
Lighthouse training provides the opportunity for introspective conversations and a renewed focus on improving student achievement. Lighthouse is a research-based program developed by the Iowa School Boards Association in partnership with multi-state coalition, including Connecticut.
Do you want your board to:
- Work effectively with the superintendent as a collaborative leadership team to focus priorities around high achievement for all students in the district?
- Monitor the conditions and beliefs necessary for improving teaching and learning in the district and provide leadership to address issues around those conditions and beliefs?
- Base decisions about resources and budget on goals and vision for the district with high achievement and continuous improvement for all students as the priority?
- Conduct meetings that are efficient and effective that focus primarily on student achievement and other district priorities?
- Monitor disaggregated student performance data by grade and by school as presented by the administration?
- Communicate clearly the goals and expectations for the district, staff, students, and community with an emphasis on high achievement for all students in the district?
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