Education Performance Map™
Factors that drive educational performance and what we can all do to promote success
Our Change Philosophy
Ultimately, educational performance is driven by the performance of
students and educators. It makes sense, then, that everything we do to
improve education should be focused on making both of these groups
more successful. This means providing our students and teachers with
the capabilities, motivation and resources they need to make the most of
Welcome to the Education Performance Map™ website
The Education Performance Map™ is a framework that depicts the
factors driving educational performance and provides ideas around
what we can all do to help students and schools succeed.
It was developed with input from educators, parents, researchers and
community members and is intended to be used by anyone working to
improve educational performance.
This website provides:
- Access to copies of the map
- Answers to frequently asked questions
- Sample materials and map uses
How the Map Fits In
The map is intended to help all of us understand and discuss the factors
that drive educational performance. It is not perfect and it is not
complete, but it can serve as a tool for focusing and accelerating our
individual and collective performance improvement efforts.
How to Get Started With the Map
Three questions to ask yourself or your group:
Which “Performance Drivers” (orange boxes) are most in
need of improvement for my child, class or school?
Identify which of the orange boxes are most important right now.
There are many things you can do, and this will help you prioritize.
Which “Assets and Enablers” (blue-green boxes) are key
to improvement in the high-priority areas? Identify which of
the blue-green boxes are most important for the orange boxes you
selected. This will help you focus your improvement efforts on key
skills and resources.
What “Actions” (bottom-level activities) can we take to
start making needed improvements? Identify actions (bottom-
level of the map) you can take to strengthen the key skills and
resources you have chosen. This will provide ideas that jumpstart
your creativity and progress.
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Please see "Getting the Map" for licensing information.
- (May 12) EXAMPLE of how the map can be used to depict a district's,
school's or union's focus for a particular school year. It explains
the benefits of four key programs (by showing the impact on
education map) and highlights actions that will be taken by
educators, parents, students and community groups click here to
go to the page
- (April 23) SPANISH TRANSLATION completed by volunteers - thank
you to Sal Varela and Alma Celina Quiroz Trujillo! The translation
is now being converted into a full-detailed map. Please check back
soon for a printable version.