#10. How Collaborative District Leadership Supports Opportunity Culture® Success

Area Superintendent Timisha Barnes-Jones meets with Principal Alicia Bailey at Petree Elementary School in Winston-Salem, N.C.

Successful Opportunity Culture® implementation in a school district isn’t all up to the schools: Getting broad participation and communication from multiple district offices provides support schools need. In North Carolina’s Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, Area Superintendent Timisha Barnes-Jones and Tina Lupton, executive director of professional learning, have collaborated closely to ensure that Opportunity Culture® support exists at all levels. They share how collaboration is laying the foundation to spread Opportunity Culture® models throughout the district, and early successes, including seeing several of their “transformation schools” came off the state’s low-performing list.

How Collaborative District Leadership Supports Opportunity Culture® Success

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