When planning a pilot, districts must clearly articulate what they are trying to accomplish and how they will collect evidence to make an informed decision.
Pilots produce the most useful results when everyone involved can answer the question, “What does success look like?”
Tips for Success!
- Clearly articulate goals, measures, and timelines
- Identify data that will be used to determine success
- Ensure pilot rigor matches the risk associated with product adoption (cost, teacher training, implementation time, etc.)
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