World Language Standards Implementation Resources Stage Four

Stage Four: Deep Implementation and Sustainability

During Deep Implementation and Sustainability, educators possess a deep understanding of content area standards and work towards implementation with fidelity. During this stage, the focus is on seamless integration of curriculum, instruction, and assessments. It also includes a focus on cross curricular planning and continued reflection and refinement of practice. In Deep Implementation and Sustainability, there is a focus on maintaining and refining systems for monitoring intentional alignment of practices, policies, supports, and programs. This stage includes structures that ensure when practitioners, administrators and leaders are new to the system, they develop the competencies to successfully implement content area standards.

Key actions in Stage Four Deep Implementation and Sustainability are:

    • Monitor implementation process and make adjustments as needed.
    • Share with all stakeholders progress and goals.
    • Develop consistent conversations with graduates to assess program success in preparing for college, career, and civic readiness.
    • Collaborate with external organizations to support and grow programming.
    • Develop a systemic review of assessments, feedback, and program needs.
Updated December 6, 2019 2:09pm