Effective coaching can help schools maintain lasting excellence for all Michigan learners.
Collective Capacity Building and Leadership Development
The Office of K-12 Outreach, under the leadership of Director Dr. Bryan Beverly, has unmatched experience in developing and implementing customized support for schools and districts in Michigan seeking to turnaround their schools and rapidly improve student achievement. Our unique field-oriented service organization within the university brings a 20-year history of collaboration with schools and districts across the state.
The MSU K-12 team has deep experiences as:
- urban superintendents
- central office administrators
- curriculum leaders
- content area experts
- executive management in professional development
- data analysis and evaluation
- curriculum and assessment development
- cultural competence
- early childhood programming
- student-centered learning and student voice
A PROVEN TRACK RECORD
MSU’s Office of K-12 Outreach team of highly trained outreach specialists, provides direct support to educators in Michigan and nationally. Our team assists to effectively build capacity for sustained change and is committed to helping Michigan schools become exemplary. The Office of K-12 Outreach offers practical and policy advice to educators, legislative bodies agencies, associations and foundations.
Programs and Initiatives
Educational Policy fellowship program
The Michigan EPFP is a leadership development program providing a year-long series of training activities to mid-career professionals involved in policy-making in education and human services.
Our work begins with an introduction to cultural competence as a framework for culturally responsive schools.
London study tours
The SSAT has provided ongoing opportunities for MSU faculty and staff, as well as Michigan educators, to study outstanding practices in England
President’s education forums
MSU faculty present the latest research to inform legislators, their staff, and other policymakers and leaders about current education issues