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Schools to Watch® is an initiative of the 
National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform

Contact us to learn about future trainings.
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Indiana Schools To Watch 2017-2018

Indiana "Schools to Watch" 2017-2018 Application (Due Oct. 7, 2017)
Re-Designation Application 2017-2018 (Also due Oct. 7; app says Oct. 1)
 

For More Information, Check out these sites:

Schools to Watch Model School Profiles

If you are interested in contacting any of the schools below to set up networking or mentoring for your school, please email the IMLEA office -  imlea@iasp.org and we will set up the contact with you. 
 
Nathaniel Scribner Middle School's Profile
Click here to download

Northridge Middle School's Profile
 

CLICK HERE to check out our Schools To Watch Indiana Informational PowerPoint for more information about the Schools To Watch Program! 
 


Schools to Watch General Information & Files
  1. New Schools to Watch Criteria and Evidence- Click Here
NOTE: SELF STUDY AND RUBRIC MUST BE DONE ONLINE FOR ACTUAL STW APPLICATION -
EMAIL
imlea@iasp.org
for link.
Schools interested in doing an online self-study with their staff, but are not sure about applying may request on by emailing imlea@iasp.org.
  1. NF Self Rating Document - Click Here
  2. Before You Begin - Click Here
 


WHAT ARE SCHOOLS TO WATCH?

 
     "Schools to Watch" is an initiative launched by the National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform in 1999. The National Forum is an alliance of more than 60 educators, researchers, and officers of national associations and foundations dedicated to improving schools for young adolescents across the country. Schools to Watch are:

     - academically excellent – these schools challenge all students to use their minds well. 
 - developmentally responsive – these schools are sensitive to the unique developmental challenges of early adolescence. 
  - socially equitable – these schools are democratic and fair, providing every student with high-quality teachers, resources, and supports.

 
     To achieve this level of performance, high-performing schools establish norms, structures, and organizational arrangements to support and sustain their trajectory toward excellence. They have a sense of purpose that drives every facet of practice and decision-making.

 
(Click on each link below for more information)

ACT Press Release
NFVision
New Schools to Watch Criteria
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