TregoEDge Newsletter-Process Highlights, Success Stories & MoreDownload PDF
Our spring newsletter highlights the great work going on in the school districts we are working with.
TregoED adds Special Education Expertise to TeamDownload PDF
TregoED, providers of collaborative problem-solving and decision-making processes for K-12 education leaders, welcomes Dr. Alicia Tate to their professional development team. Alicia is an expert in using process to successfully navigate the complex demands put on today’s education leaders. She brings a high degree of technical knowledge as well as experience in instructional leadership and using collaborative problem solving in Exceptional (Special) Education. Read more
Newsletter Highlights Fall Success Stories
Our latest newsletter features the power of collaborative decision making and problem solving done by leaders at Tuscaloosa City Schools, Clarke County School District, Cheltenham School District, Colquitt County Schools, NC Principals Fellow Program, and Summit Academy Management. Also highlighted is our Golden Nugget Series available in the Leadership Portal.
Great New Resource in our Spring 2018 NewsletterDownload PDF
Our Spring Newsletter features a link to our most requested resource—our digital process worksheets. Now you can type your collaborative work right into the document and share! Our newsletter also highlights our recent work with Charleston County School District (SC), Richmond County Schools (NC) and Scotland County (NC).
Problem Analysis Workshop for PA School Leaders through MCIU
We are excited to be partnering with the Montgomery County Intermediate Unit to offer PD that will help school leaders develop problem-solving skills to deal with their most pressing issues. Network and collaborate with other leaders from your area on the unique issues that you face.
*Seats still available for these three sessions:
Friday, April 20, 2018
8:30 am–3:30 pm
Invest in the capacity of your leadership team! Please share this opportunity with colleagues!
“School leadership is second only to teaching among school-related factors in its impact in student learning, according to research.” The Wallace Foundation
News and Resources for School Leaders: Spring Newsletter 2017Download PDF
Our newsletter describes the many unique ways that school leaders have used TregoED processes to improve everything from grading systems to budget recommendations in our success stories, project highlights and latest blog post. In addition, you can find out about our next open sessions for TregoED workshops, Benjamin B. Tregoe Award Applications, and our latest board news.
Our Fall Newsletter is Here!
Our fall newsletter features districts who are making clear thinking a part of their culture in dealing with issues like student achievement disparities, increasing budget transparency, student behavioral issues and supporting achievement. Also included are Fall open sessions in New York and Pennsylvania, our latest blog post,and information about our upcoming Community of Practice for TregoED Facilitators.
Ann Arbor Schools Win 2017 BBT Award for Strategic LeadershipDownload PDF
The Ann Arbor Public School District (AAPS), led by Superintendent Dr. Jeanice K. Swift, has been awarded TregoED’s 2017 Benjamin B. Tregoe Award for Strategic Leadership in Education.
The award recognizes the district’s comprehensive and diligent work in developing a fair and inclusive process to disseminate bond monies by fully evaluating and understanding current conditions, prioritizing immediate needs, detailing what could be included in the budget and developing a long-term vision for each of four selected areas. The project included multiple stakeholder groups and created transparent, meaningful community engagement. According to Jenna Bacolor, Executive Director of the Community Division of AAPS, it has given the district “a model, tools, and staff capacity to use this process in systems change work for years to come.”
At the Heart of What We DoDownload PDF
2016 Winter Newsletter
Meeting the challenge of equitable access to technology and using Problem Analysis to focus on closing the achievement gap are just two of the ways that TregoED processes have been used in school districts. Read our latest newsletter to find out how other districts have benefited from clearer thinking.
Sewanhaka Receives Leadership Award
For the second consecutive year, the district was presented with TregoEd’s Benjamin B. Trego Award for Strategic Leadership in Education.
The award recognizes the district’s comprehensive and diligent work in including multiple stakeholders to develop and implement a plan that increases student access to technology in an equitable and sustainable manner. Read More
TregoED Awards Honor Collaborative use of KT Critical Thinking in Schools
The value of the Kepner-Tregoe problem solving and other critical thinking strategies is not confined to the world of business. Benjamin Tregoe recognized that there were other fields of endeavor where these skills would be of huge value, but where it is likely that budgets would not be available to invest in this type of education. Read More
TregoED Announces 2017 Board Members
TregoED, a leading expert in collaborative decision making and problem solving for school leaders, has announced changes for its board of directors. Read More
Colorado District 11 recognized for "Strategic Leadership in Education"
Colorado Springs School District 11 is one of three school districts nationwide to receive the 2015 TregoED’s Benjamin B. Tregoe Award for Strategic Leadership in Education.
The award recognizes “organizational excellence in collaborative problem-solving and innovative use of root-cause analysis in determining significant drivers of student achievement at the school level.” Read More
Just Released! Better Schools through Better Thinking
Common Issues with Unique SolutionsDownload PDF
2016 Spring Newsletter
Many school districts deal with the same problems and decisions but solutions are often unique to their circumstances. Read how school districts use a common process to find the solutions that are right for them!
Dealing with Budget, Hiring, and Achievement GapsDownload PDF
2015 Fall Newsletter
Using process to deal with tough budget decisions, filling a key leadership position, and determine cause of achievement gaps made these districts stand out as Benjamin B. Tregoe Strategic Leaders in Education.
Cabarrus County Receives Award for Strategic Leadership
Cabarrus County Schools has been selected as a recipient of the 2016 Benjamin B. Tregoe Award for Strategic Leadership in Education, which is given to school districts that achieve enduring results using TregoED tools for collaborative problem solving and decision making. Read More
Lasting SolutionsDownload PDF
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Summer Leadership InstituteDownload PDF
Penn Excellence & Equity Consortia
District and School Leadership Institute
July 31 and August 1, 2017
Upper Dublin High School
800 Loch Alsh Ave
Fort Washington, PA 19034
We’re living in exciting, but unprecedented, and challenging educational, social and political times.
- How well do you feel prepared to lead your schools, districts and communities in the challenging conversations around race, equity, poverty, immigration, politics and school improvement in today’s complex world?
- Are you equipped with the critical problem-solving and decision-making skills needed to make ethical and effective choices as a part of your daily life in your school or district setting?
- How do you respond daily to challenging and complex leadership dilemmas that ultimately define who you are- as a respected educational leader, as a member of your community, and a concerned citizen?
This summer the Penn Excellence and Equity Consortia will host a two-day institute for district and school leadership teams that will focus on effectively addressing the “real-life” challenges of leading for equity, and developing dispositions and skills needed to make ethical and effective decisions. The Institute will include a variety of learning experiences led by nationally, regionally and locally recognized leaders (including TregoED’s own Kathy Blackburn) in our equity work in both formal and informal sessions.
To Register click here.