What Matters Most

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Considerations for increasing the performance of students with disabilities as part of district-wide improvement are provided in this section. The role of state education agencies, including regional technical assistance providers, the role of districts and their schools, and the role of parents/families are outlined in relationship to each of the six critical practices (e.g., focus your goals) highlighted in the district feature stories.

While increasing the performance of students with disabilities is emphasized in Moving Your Numbers, the practices described are as relevant to learners who are at or above proficiency as they are to students close to or far from being proficient on core content. Similarly, the role of adults at all levels of the system (e.g., state, region, district, school) in implementing critical practices are essential to improving the quality of education for all learners, closing the gap between and among student groups, and supporting higher levels of learning for each child. 

Resources

The below resources are provided in an eReader format for a unique browsing experience. If you wish to view a traditional PDF version of any resource found on the Moving Your Numbers website, please visit our Downloadable Resources page.

Download the State Education Agencies (SEA) Guide Download the MYN District-Self Assessment Guide
Download the Administrators Preparation Guide Download the Teacher Preparation Guide
Download the MYN Parent/Family Companion Guide Download the Regional/Intermediate Unit Providers Guide
Download the MYN Synthesis of Lessons Learned

Our Partners

  • NATIONAL ASSOCATION OF STATE DIRECTORS OF SPECIAL EDUCATION (NASDSE)
  • AMERICAN FEDERATION OF TEACHERS, AFL-CIO
  • NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STATE BOARDS OF EDUCATION (NASBE)

National Center on Education Outcomes

Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO)
National Association of State Directors of Special Education (NASDSE)
Supported by: U.S. Office of Special Education Programs