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Aurora Kushner, Director of Impact and Continuous Improvement, and Jessica Bardy, Director of Strategic Partnerships, were accepted from among a record number of applicants to present at the 10th anniversary of the Carnegie Summit this spring. The Carnegie Summit is the lead gathering of teachers, leaders, schools and organizations around the country, and world, implementing Improvement Science and Continuous Improvement.

The presentation highlighted how to manage change across an improvement network to support equitable outcomes, using the Crew Initiative program and models as the key examples.

“It was clear that how we are organizing Crew Initiative around an improvement network and with an improvement lens differentiates us from others who are doing Crew,” said Aurora.

In particular, Aurora and Jessica introduced a new variation of the Lippitt-Knoster model to guide the change process toward equitable outcomes for the schools in the Crew Initiative network.


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