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Forum Resources

The Evidence-Based High School Design Forum is designed to increase state-level understanding of evidence-based school redesign.

The forum’s organization around learning by doing, allows for knowledge building materials to be made available ahead of time, so the participants’ time together will be dedicated to collectively analyzing and applying evidence-based strategies and tools towards high school improvement.

We have a variety of materials available, and hope you have the time to review and participate in all.

Pre-Event Survey

Take the High School Redesign Forum Pre-Event Survey.   We want to build on the knowledge that exists among the attending states. To help with that we have prepared a short eight-question survey below to help identify area(s) where the state or district(s) within the state have built up an area of know-how in high school reform and redesign.





Teacher Teams is a six-minute audiocast cohosted by Dr. Robert Balfanz, Director of the Everyone Graduates Center at Johns Hopkins University and Linda Muskauski, Knowledge Development Director at the Everyone Graduates Center at Johns Hopkins University. The pair discuss how teacher teams serve as the building blocks for high school redesign initiatives.




Redesigning Student Support Systems is a six-minute video which examines how high schools can redesign their student support systems using the A-B-Cs of Attendance, Behavior and Course Performance.