- Start an alternative compensation program
- Identify effective market incentives
- Create a system to evaluate teachers and principals effectively
- Run a PBCS effectively and efficiently
- Make mid-course corrections to the program
- Scale the system from a pilot effort to a district-wide program.
Since 2012 we have facilitated the Jefferson County Public Schools, CO, TIF Consortium, which brings together school districts from across Colorado with an interest in alternative teacher compensation. We also staff the Southwest chapter of the Teacher Union Reform Network, which provides an opportunity for educators and administrators from eight southwest states to come together twice a year to discuss reform initiatives that focus on results for students.