EQUITY and INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES
Administrator, Mary Ann Losh
Phone: (402) 471-4357
This program provides leadership on assisting diverse students to meet Nebraska standards and assessment practices through the use of more effective teaching practices and learning environments which incorporate the use of promising instructional and learning supports. Promising instructional and learning supports and the staff development needed to promote their use result in students achieving more equitable access and results from education programming. Staff development plays a significant role in assisting school efforts on becoming more effective learning communities.
Project Contacts and Resources are available by clicking on program area.
2013 Administrators Days Handouts for Equity and Instructional Strategies
Quality Poverty and LEP Plans
(Mary Ann Losh, Richard L. Schoonover, Ron Theasmeyer)
An Afterschool Program Can Support Student Success
Afterschool Program Quality and Student Outcomes: Reflections on Positive Key Findings on Learning and Development From Recent Research (Deborah Lowe Vandell)
"Improving Student Academic Success by Partnering with Parents"
Jan Handa & Karen Stevens, NDE
Rik Devney, Principal, Huntington Elementary, Lincoln Public Schools
Bret Schroder, Director of Instructions, Crete Public Schools
Family & Community Engagement Toolkit Overview
Family & Community Engagement Toolkit - Screen Shot
Applying NDE Rule 15 to Improve Program Inplementation for ELLS - GIPS
(Kris Burling, Amanda Levos, Chris Koozer)
Leading Forward with Positive Behavioral Interventions & Support (PBiS)