Deliverology in practice: how education leaders are improving student outcomes
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Sir Michael Barber, Nick Rodriguez and Ellyn Artis

The principles of deliverology are, according the to authors, rather simple: identify what you want to do, plan how to do it, create a structure to measure success, and implement safety measures if the plan is not on track.

This follow-up to Deliverology 101 focuses on how the US education system could be reformed through better ‘delivery’ in the classroom. The authors bring together a toolbox of protocols, processes and anecdotes that highlight the positive effects classroom interventions can have on improving pupil outcomes and closing the achievement gap. 

Offering practical advice that school leaders can use to implement reforms and increase pupil success, the book is supported by a suite of online tools and resources that will guide readers through identifying what needs to change and then planning the actions needed to make those changes happen. 

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Sir Michael Barber, Nick Rodriguez and Ellyn Artis

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Corwin and Education Delivery Institute

Date of publication:
August 2015

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Offering a how to guide for translating reform ideas into classroom practice, this book and its online resources will be useful for school leaders and heads of subject/year. 


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