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).
Strategic Tools for Excellent Problem Solving 1: Build SkillsDownload PDF
Our flagship workshop, Strategic Tools for Excellent Problem Solving 1: Build Skills (S.T.E.P.S.), helps education leaders build essential skills in collaborative problem solving and decision making. Participants learn practical, systematic methodologies to effectively resolve a school or district’s toughest issues.
Special EducationDownload PDF
Successfully navigating the demands of today’s special education environment requires educators to have diverse skill sets for the job. Procedural knowledge alone is not sufficient. Individuals who provide, lead, or manage the provision of special education services require a high level of collaborative problem-solving skills. TregoED process provide a framework that can help leaders navigate high-conflict and emotionally-laden issues with transparency and confidence.
Approach the toughest problems with confidence! TregoED consultants provide impartial facilitation while helping you resolve issues with effective, enduring solutions.
- Plan for Improvement
- Resolve high-impact decisions, disparities or situations
- Receive Individual or Team Coaching
Find Root Cause to resolve complex student achievement issuesDownload PDF
Using our systematic Problem Analysis tool can help you understand and address student achievement issues, resolve discipline problems, and diffuse emotions on controversial issues involving special education, safety, school violence, etc. using your school data.
Learn more about TregoED's Services
Need more information? Our new brochure provides the information that you need to determine if we fit your needs. Download the TregoED Corporate Brochure.
How will you achieve your ESSA goals?
State ESSA plans demand an even greater focus on improving schools and ensuring the success of all learners. How will you: Engage stakeholders and secure commitment? Achieve equity and excellence for all students? Implement accountability measures? Identify and address root causes for struggling students and schools! We can help! Download Brochure
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.
Case Study demonstrates Strategies that break down Workplace Silos
A recent case study demonstrates how one school district used an approach developed by Kepner-Tregoe to increase collaboration and build the problem-solving and decision-making capabilities of departments formerly working as independent silos. Read More
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.
Making Tough Technology Choices
No school districts want to be featured on the nightly news because of their poor choices in technology decisions or for implementing technology plans that end up wasting the taxpayers’ dollars.
But technology decisions are tough, first, because there are so many options—simple upgrades, new purchases, different platforms, tablets, laptops, 1:1, BYOD—and second, because there are so many other considerations such as cost, curriculum needs, deployment, professional development, and public relations, which all seem to be the purview of individualized departments. Read More
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.
Lasting SolutionsDownload PDF
Newsletter Spring 2015