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“The purpose of the school improvement plan is to improve the quality of teaching and learning in the school, so that greater numbers of students achieve proficiency in the core academic subjects of reading and mathematics. The school improvement plan provides a framework for analyzing problems and addressing instructional issues in a school that has not made sufficient progress in students’ achievement.... Specifically, the plan’s design must address: core academic subjects and the strategies used to teach them, professional development, technical assistance, parent involvement and must contain measurable goals.... Policies and practices with the greatest likelihood of ensuring that all students achieve proficiency are those that affect the school’s teaching and learning program, both directly and indirectly. Policies and practices that have an impact on classrooms include those that build school infrastructures, such as regular data analysis, the involvement of teachers and parents in decision-making, and the allocation of resources to support core goals....”