Blueprint Certification

In this post phase of installation, district leaders and Blueprint facilitators monitor and adjust the fully installed systems to ensure function and sustainability.

In this final phase of installation, the district installs new systems to align the allocation of resources to student need at both the district and building levels. The final district system is fully installed as are the routines at the building-level.

During this phase, the district completes the installation of three of the four district systems and deepens the installation of instructional leadership and teacher collaborative routines. There is growing evidence of a reconfigured district at the conclusion of this phase of installation.

Click on Image to see the Facilitators certified in the Mezzanine Level.

The third phase of Blueprint installation is referred to as the Mezzanine Level. During this level of installation, the district completes the second floors of two district systems (Talent Management Infrastructure and the Intense Student Support Network) and begins the installation of the final two building-level routines (Instructional Leadership Routines and Teacher Collaborative Routines).

Click on Image to see the Facilitators certified in the Lobby Level.

The second phase of Blueprint installation is referred to as the Lobby Level. During thislevel of installation, the district installs the final driver system (Performance Management), begins the installation of the fourth district system (Leadership Network), creates the building-level networks (Building Networks), and guides principals in leveraging the use of district systems by installing the first of the building routines (Principals Make Use of and Leverage District Systems).

Click on Image to see the Facilitators certified in the Mechanical Level.

The first phase of Blueprint installation is referred to as the Mechanical Level. During this level of installation, the district launches the installation of the Blueprint by establishing the urgency for district reconfiguration and by building the driver (District Network), two driver systems (Problem-Solving and Communications), and the ground floor of three of the four district systems (Instructional Infrastructure, Intense Student Support Network, and Talent Management Infrastructure).