e2L’s Framework for School Improvement
Since 2011, engage2learn (e2L) has been employing a framework for school improvement that shifts school culture for good, builds capacity within your current staff, and ensures learners achieve amazing increases in engagement and achievement, while also acquiring life-ready skills. For districts who want more than just test scores, e2L is the right partner, and we have the results to prove it in a setting like yours.
The One Year School Turnaround Story
For the 2018-19 school year, e2L partnered with Mesquite ISD to provide targeted intervention and talent transformation to help Rutherford Elementary get out of “Improvement Required.” Using e2L’s personalized, evidence-based coaching on high-yield best practices, Rutherford experienced amazing teacher growth along with massive – and in many cases, double-digit – gains in student achievement!
The e2L framework for school improvement is rooted in the best available research on the most effective means of building internal capacity and increasing effective Tier 1 Differentiated Instruction; personalized coaching on high-yield best practices.
Determine Area of Greatest Need
e2L works with district leaders to identify specific campuses, grade levels, and/or subject areas that are in greatest need of improvement.
Deploy Laser Team of Coaches
e2L pairs a Laser Team of certified coaches with teachers across the identified areas of need, providing targeted intervention and building internal capacity with your current staff.
Focus on High-Yield Best Practices
e2L transforms your current talent by providing focused, actionable coaching based on the High-Yield Best Practices, which provide teachers with the essential tools to master the art of rigorous, standards-aligned instruction, while maintaining a laser-like focus on student learning outcomes.
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Latest School Improvement Stories
September 23, 2021
By: Kammi Green
Recognizing an Opportunity for Growth In the summer of 2019, Abilene ISD had a problem: five of their elementary campuses had been labeled Improvement Required by the TEA. Michelle Josselet, principal of Abilene ISD’s Jackson Elementary, had just started her...
May 17, 2021
By: Robyn Scott
Testing season is upon us, and while most schools are dreading test results after this year of teaching through crisis, some schools feel that testing couldn’t come soon enough. Why is this? Since 2017, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) has...
March 1, 2021
By: Thad Gittens
Differentiation is a practice many educators have been trying to master for years. Every educator understands it in theory: the use of a “wide variety of teaching techniques and lesson adaptations that educators use to instruct a diverse group of...
October 16, 2020
Last year, Arlington ISD partnered with engage2learn (e2L) to help turn around several campuses that were in Improvement Required status. Even though COVID-19 and school closures mean we don’t have end of year student achievement data, the transformation happening on these campuses...
October 1, 2020
Last year, Abilene ISD partnered with engage2learn (e2L) to help turn around several campuses that were in Improvement Required status. Even though COVID-19 and school closures means we don’t have end of year student achievement data, the transformation happening on...
September 9, 2019
By: Robyn Scott
“Improvement Required” is undoubtedly the last place a campus wants to find themselves. In an effort to establish local accountability systems, in 2017, the Texas State Legislature established three domains for academic performance: 1) Student Achievement, 2) School Progress, and...