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Idaho Building Capacity is a highly collaborative initiative that partners master teachers with a school’s leadership team to assist school leaders to make data-driven decisions. IBC provides schools with tools such as the Educational Effectiveness Survey, a self-evaluation tool which provides a framework for school leaders to understand and make changes to improve their school culture and advance student achievement. IBC focuses on the individual needs and challenges of each individual site being served.

Idaho Building Capacity regularly engages recently retired, highly distinguished educators who assist school and district leaders as they facilitate the work of improvement in Idaho’s eligible schools and districts. In collaboration with school and district staff, and assigned Capacity Builder (CB) works beside the leadership team in assessing the school’s needs, setting goals, implementing plans, and measuring improvement in English language arts, mathematics, and graduation rates.

If your school is eligible, please contact me or another consultant. Let’s work together!

-Bryan Jolley, IBC Director

bryanjolley@isu.edu

 

About the IBC Project

The Idaho Building Capacity (IBC) Project partners with school and district leadership to create sustainable, collaborative, data-driven systems that promote student achievement. Through Collective efficacy, IBC centers on Five Foundational Focuses:

  1. Leadership
  2. Safe & Supportive Learning Environment
  3. Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment
  4. Focused Professional Development
  5. Family & Community Engagement

A key component of the IBC Project is the utilization of distinguished educators who have the knowledge, skills, and expertise to assist school and district leaders in facilitating the important work of student improvement. Our mission as members of the IBC Project is to keep exploring, researching, coaching, and consulting. Each of us has a responsibility to put our passion and skills to work, to maintain the excellence for which the IBC Project is known, and to make a positive difference in the leading, teaching, and learning for our districts, schools, and Idaho students.

IBC Project Team

IBC Project Team