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Self-Assessment: This assessment is a tool to guide individuals and/or teams to reflect on current practice to identify the most significant area of need within each domain. The self-assessment responses are calculated and sorted by critical attribute to guide schools in determining entry points to begin their work.  Rank responses to each question using the following scale:
Rarely— not intentional
Emerging— intentional for some
Developing— intentional for most
Systemic— intentional for all

Q1) Strategies are in place to serve all learners along a path to mastery.

Q2) Learners co-design their educational plans.

Q3) Learners have agency in how they demonstrate their learning.

Q4) A safe physical environment exists in the school.

Q5) The school is actively interrupting inequitable practices to create a more inclusive environment.

Q6) Learners redesign learning to achieve personal goals.

Q7) The school as a system has shifted from teacher-centered to learner-centered.

Q8) Learning experiences are expanded beyond the school walls for all students.

Q9) Learners have voice and choice over pace, path, and place of learning in the school.

Q10) Deeper learning skills (such as: critical thinking, collaboration, communication) are embedded in learning experiences.

Q11) Learners demonstrate skills necessary to pursue learning at any point in their lives.

Q12) Strong and authentic relationships exist between adult mentors and student mentees.

Q13) Learners co-create personalized paths and learning goals.

Q14) Learners demonstrate understanding through performance based assessments of key competencies, both academic and non-academic.

Q15) Learners partner with stakeholders to design authentic learning experiences.

Q16) Learners lead meaningful learning opportunities in their community.