Making the Most of SPSA Funding: How Education Walkthrough Supports Continuous Improvement in California Schools

In this article, we will explore how Education Walkthrough can help California schools make the most of the SPSA funding and support continuous improvement. By using our platform, school leaders can observe teacher instruction, provide immediate feedback, and generate a comprehensive report that can inform the SPSA plan and budget. We will discuss the importance of using the SPSA to support continuous cycles of action, reflection, and improvement and how Education Walkthrough can help schools achieve their goals and improve student achievement.

If you are an instructional coach, principal, or district leader in California, then you understand the importance of having a plan and budget to support continuous improvement in your schools. The Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) allocates funding through the School Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA). With SPSA funding comes great responsibility; school leaders must ensure that funds are allocated to programs that will drive student achievement and performance. To do this, it is important to have a comprehensive plan of action for improvement. That’s where Education Walkthrough can help.

Education Walkthrough is an online platform designed to help K12 school leaders observe teacher instruction, provide immediate feedback on classroom practices, and generate comprehensive reports that inform the SPSA plan and budget. Our platform allows for flexible and customizable data collection by allowing users to create their own observation forms with custom questions specific to their school district.

With our platform, school leaders can also access a suite of powerful tools to help them analyze collected data and generate meaningful reports. For example, our “Crosstable” tool provides users with an interactive view of all collected data at-a-glance in one convenient place. Users can easily filter observations by grade level or subject area to identify areas where teachers need additional support or resources. This information can be used to allocate SPSA funds accordingly, ensuring that money is spent wisely and efficiently on programs that will actually improve student performance.

Example of Education Walkthrough Crosstable Analytics

In addition, our platform also allows users to easily share data with colleagues or external stakeholders via exporting options so everyone involved in the SPSA planning process is kept up-to-date with accurate and timely information. This ensures that everyone has access to the same information so they can make informed decisions about how best to use SPSA funding for continuous improvement efforts in California schools.

The Local Control Funding Formula makes it possible for California schools to support continuous cycles of action, reflection, and improvement through the School Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA). Education Walkthrough provides a powerful platform specifically designed for instructional coaches, principals, and district leaders in California who are responsible for making sure SPSA funding is being used effectively for student success initiatives. With our platform, school leaders can observe teacher instruction and generate comprehensive reports on classroom practices in order to inform their SPSA plans and budgets accordingly. By using Education Walkthrough’s suite of powerful tools to analyze collected data from observations, school leaders can ensure that their schools are getting the most out of their allotted SPSA funds while driving real results in student achievement across California schools!

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