DTSDE

  • Diagnostic Tool for School and District Effectiveness (DTSDE)

     

    DTSDE Tenets of Effective School Systems and Practices

    Tenet 1 – Systems and Organization: Effective schools establish school-wide systems and structures that promote continuous improvement and success for all students.

    Tenet 2 – School Leadership: Visionary leaders create a school community and culture that leads to success, well-being, and high academic outcomes for all students.

    Tenet 3 – Curriculum: Effective schools provide students with rigorous, coherent, and relevant curricula that prepares all students for success.

    Tenet 4 – Instruction: Effective teachers engage with students in a manner that promotes mastery and allows students to stretch their knowledge and deepen their understanding.

    Tenet 5 – Social-Emotional Learning: Effective schools develop a systematic approach to Social-Emotional Learning to ensure that all students can develop social-emotional learning skills necessary for success within and beyond school.

    Tenet 6– Parent and Community Engagement: Effective schools develop a systematic approach to Family and Community Engagement to empower parents to effectively advocate for their child’s learning and for the improvement of the school.

     
    The following links provide important information on NYSED's DTSDE initiative and valuable resources that will help in the preparation of school reviews: 
     
     
     
     
       
                                                                     
     
    (provides guidance on preparing for a DTSDE reviews)