Integrity + Innovation
Orientation to the Certified School Improvement Specialist (CSIS) Certification Process
Founder Deb Page explains what is required to earn the evidence-based Certified School Improvement Specialist (CSIS) designation and helps you assess your readiness.
Limited registration: First 20 registrations
Details: During the Orientation you will learn about the standards. You will be asked to reflect on your own work to identify how you meet the standards and what else you may have to do to earn the CSIS. Attendance also introduces you to a Community of Practice where you can get coaching both on your application and your work in school improvement. You will receive a copy of the standards and application. You may download these materials at any time at www.ispi.org, then go to Certification and then CSIS.
Need more information. Click here for a short overview of the Frequently Asked Questions about the CSIS Certification Process.
Required for all individuals pursuing the CSIS certification; recommended for those who are considering certification.
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