D205 Selected for National Innovation Network
Dr. Bill Daggett and Ray McNulty from the Center and the AASA's Mort Sherman are teaming up to facilitate the work, which will take place over the next year and include virtual support, on-site visits, and large group meetings. Ultimately, the District team will develop an Innovation Action Plan for the District.
D205 defines its culture as a highly collaborative, relationship-driven, innovative learning organization. We consider this an excellent opportunity to strengthen its ability to sustain innovation, continue on its journey to become A National Leader in Future Ready Learning, and ensure that all students graduate college, career, and life ready.
Members of the D205 Innovation Team: Chair of the Board's Learning and Teaching Committee, Jim Collins, me, with Ray McNulty of the Successful Practices Network, Frank Dahlman, Sandburg Middle School English Department Chair, Dr. Mark Cohen, Assistant Superintendent for Innovation and Growth, and Field Elementary School