Achieve significant school improvement

There are many similarities between the High Reliability Schools™ framework and the PLC at Work® process—both are powerful, practical, and proven to increase school performance and student achievement. Which approach is right for your school community’s unique challenges, needs, and goals?


The 5 Levels of HRS The 3 Big Ideas of PLC at Work
  1. Safe, Supportive, and Collaborative Culture
  2. Effective Teaching in Every Classroom
  3. Guaranteed and Viable Curriculum
  4. Standards-Referenced Reporting
  5. Competency-Based Education
  1. A Collaborative Culture and Collective Responsibility

  2. A Focus on the Learning

  3. A Results Orientation

“[R]egardless of where your starting point might be, both the PLC process and the HRS framework improve schools and can also support each other. ... [A]n approach using either one or the other or both puts school improvement in reach of everyone.”
—Terri L. Martin and Cameron L. Rains Marzano Compendium

Choose Your Path Forward

Dive deep into both approaches, and then choose your path forward with the support of our new white paper, “School Improvement: The Genius of Professional Learning Communities at Work® and Marzano High Reliability Schools™ by Terri Martin and Cameron L. Rains.

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