The new educational structure will bring the sense of impartiality and integrity hence she referred it as the “pillars of a house of justice.”
The capacity framework, that were developed by Chancellor Carmen Fariña, reflects the essential elements that will continually improve the schools performances. The four capacity frameworks outlined by Chancellor Carmen Fariña are trust, governance, moral encouragement, and transparency.
Growth and improvement through the element of capacity framework and in the school itself are being promoted by trust among educators, the school community, and stakeholders. Cultivating trust throughout the system and in a school for administrators, teachers, students, and families are the foundation of the Capacity Framework (Kidder, 2009). One must ensure that all students, may not only graduate, however they can graduate with a quality education that will permit them to excel in college and beyond.
Those that are occupying top leadership position in the governance of the education system, including the superintendents, are expected to take a lenient attitude regarding schools, and in the situation of directors only assess the school in their district instead of assisting them to excel ( Scott,2010). Merely as kids are viewed mainly as test scores, evaluating of principals superintendents and soon, the performing of the teachers themselves, is expected to be on the basis of hard “data” alone– read test scores, attendance, grade rates, etc.
Transparency as a framework is reflected in many ways; as compared to the Progress Report, the School Quality Snapshot evaluates the performance of the school putting side to side with other schools in the city, surviving the same grade levels without considering the population of the student (Riggio, Chaleff & Lipman-Blumen,2008). There is no more competition. All the schools will require exact reflection of what they are doing if ...Show more