Professional Educators

Video: Data and Collaboration in Marysville

Staff and students at Quil Ceda and Tulalip Elementary Schools are on their way to becoming the high-achieving school they know they can be.

The schools reside together on the Tulalip Indian Reservation in the Marysville School District in Washington, and are one of NEA’s Priority Schools Campaign Intensive Support Sites.

This video demonstrates how the staff identified core curriculum concerns, embedded culturally responsive practices and became systematic about allocating resources.

From that point, the staff has worked to improve their effectiveness through structured grade level data teams, collection and use of data to inform their instruction, and applying job-embedded professional development in their classrooms.



The video was featured on the Learning Forward YouTube page.

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