Portfolio Strategy Collaborative

Portfolio Strategy Collaborative

CRPE's Portfolio Strategy Collaborative (PSC) is a professional learning community of city and district education leaders from across the country who are interested in implementing and advancing the portfolio strategy. Through the PSC these leaders connect about what’s working and what needs work; they share materials and resources; and they help develop the strategy as it evolves. Most of the PSC's work takes place via email -- usually with someone requesting information or materials on a particular element of the portfolio strategy. The PSC also hosts webinars, consultancies, and in-person meetings. If you have any questions or would like to join the PSC, or if you'd be interested in presenting to the PSC, please contact Jordan Posamentier, Deputy Policy Director, at jpos@uw.edu.

Related Webinars:

Assessing Evidence-Based School Turnaround Strategies - This web meeting from Dr. Ashley Jochim explores how to assess and use evidence when selecting local school turnaround strategies in light of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).

Spring Branch Leadership Webinar - This webinar from Spring Branch ISD highlights in-depth efforts to develop and support principals, as well as efforts to recruit and retain the "principal pipeline."

Deloitte Principal Training Webinar - This presentation from Deloitte University highlights their school principal training program.

National Center on Time & Learning Webinar - The NCTL supported Lawrence Public Schools over the course of several years to turn around their low-performing schools. The webinar includes lessons learned regarding the types of support needed for success, an explanation of how schools leveraged time and autonomy to improve outcomes for students, and descriptions of the supports and technical assistance NCTL has provided.

Common School Performance Frameworks Webinar - This presentation from CRPE's Sarah Yatsko highlights the elements of the process for creating and implementing a CSPF, how to use a CSPF, and the nitty gritty of creating CSPF metrics.