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Office of
School Performance

Office of
School Performance

  • Overview

    Principal leadership is second only to teaching among all school-based factors that contribute to student learning. The Office of School Performance intentionally works to support and supervise principals as they develop their instructional leadership skills.  Senior Directors engage their principals in a variety of learning opportunities such as classroom observations, Professional Learning Communities and Staff Professional Development. These opportunities allow for Senior Directors to coach and provide differentiated support to building leaders to promote culturally responsive instruction, accelerated student learning and student, staff and family engagement. 

    OSP Team Purpose

    The PPS Office of School Performance (OSP) serves schools, students, and families by

    • Supporting school site administrators
    • Being the conduit/bridge between central office and schools & programs, and
    • Disrupting the status quo within our system

    to ensure a relentless focus on improving student achievement & eliminating racial disproportionality with an emphasis on Black and Native students.

    OSP Key Levers & Core Values

    • What is best for kids
    • Consistency & coherence
    • Effective communication
    • Problem-solving
    • Data-driven
    • Community building
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