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"Here is a link to several credible sources for understanding and applying the formative assessment process: http://ning.it/uBzDUN"
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Plainwell Middle School Improvement Team 2011-12 Goals and Resources

The following space is intended to provide a one-stop location for links and materials that support an understanding of Plainwell Community School's commitment to the Regional Data Initiative (RDI) and Plainwell Middle School's efforts to implement RDI through the School Improvement Framework.

 

An Overview of RDI Goals:

https://bubbl.us/?h=be935/168db0/78RWFzm8HrCk2

 

A list of past and ongoing efforts to implement components of RDI at Plainwell Middle School:

RDI Implementation at MS to Date (11/19/11)

 

A One-Page Summary of PMS School Improvement Goals, 2011-12:

SIP Goals 2011-12 One Page Summary.pdf

 

2011-12 P.M.S. Student Achievement School Improvement Goals (Detailed excerpt from the official S.I.P. document found on the State website):

PMS_StudentAchievement_SchoolImprovementGoals_2011_2012.PDF

 

Organized lists of online websites and resources to support P.M.S. 2011-12 School Improvement Plan Goals:

http://delicious.com/stacks/chrisebsch

 

An Organizational Chart Plotting the District-Wide Direction for Academic Improvement Aims at Plainwell Community Schools (Currently in DRAFT form):

Road Map for Plainwell Schools District Improvement.pdf

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