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Resource roundup: Continuous improvement cycles

Resource roundup: Continuous improvement cycles
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By Cora Goldston
December 3, 2020

Research may evoke the idea of multiyear studies, but educators do not necessarily need to wait years to learn from evidence. Continuous improvement cycles provide a way for educators to test and refine practices or programs rapidly in real time. To assist educators in using this approach, Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) Midwest rounded up REL resources on continuous improvement, including the use of improvement science and networked improvement communities to support the process.

Continuous improvement cycles

Improvement science

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Cora Goldston

Communications Specialist | REL Midwest

cgoldston@air.org

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