In a new article, Middle School Matters Institute Principal Investigator Christy Murray, Assistant Director David Barrett, and School Support Coach Veronica Miller provide guidance for middle school educators seeking innovative solutions to systemic problems.
“Planting the Seeds of Innovation: Four Steps to Build Capacity for Long-Term Innovation” appears in the August issue of AMLE Magazine, published by the Association for Middle Level Education. In the article, the authors convey the importance of grounding innovations in solid research, thus providing a strong foundation and increasing the confidence for an effective impact on student outcomes. Additionally, the authors emphasize the need for long-term planning and strategic implementation.
The article also points readers to MSM’s field guide, a collection of research-based principles and practices deemed essential for middle school success.
For more information on MSMI’s work, visit the Middle School Matters website.