Worldwide research shows that the quality of a country’s education system is heavily dependent on whether its schools have a continuous improvement culture. A culture in which teachers learn from each other and jointly improve educational outcomes. Foundation leerKRACHT has developed and implemented such an approach in the Netherlands. Eight years after its start 1.000 schools have chosen to use this approach to improve the quality of education.
You might have read about us in Forbes or in the HundrED community. You might be a school in another country that has an interest in a continuous improvement culture. Or a public organisation or ministry that seeks to improve student outcomes. Are you wondering what foundation leerKRACHT can do for you?
We are willing to help and inspire you to bring that change to your own organisation or country. How? Read on and find out:
- What is known about the importance of a continuous improvement culture
- How a continuous improvement culture in a school can look like
- How our approach to create such a culture in a school works
- What we do to scale up to the level of an education system
- What we can do to support you