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School Planning as an Inquiry Process
The inquiry process at the school level begins with the essential question, "What do we know about our learners?" An important initial step is determining what evidence is at hand. Evidence is not exclusively "data" - the focus is on what we know about our learners, and where students are at in their learning. A "scan" of students is the natural starting place. What we know about our learners will inform the development of an inquiry question that will be the foundation of the school planning process.
You can view our school plan here:
T.E. Scott School Plans
Learn more about the planning process here:
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