Cambium School Innovation Model | A Ten-Year Guide to Sustain Innovative Dynamism in Schools
When a school - new or redesigned - undertakes innovation, then a logistic model of growth and sustainability can be very helpful. The use of the model can provide a ‘big picture’ and guide school innovation over time.
Creating, building, and sustaining school innovation is important and difficult work. For over twenty-five years, James Lewicki has been coaching, consulting, and leading innovation work in public education. During this time there have been waves upon waves of innovation, whether a new program, magnet school, innovative zone, or one of the thousands of public charter schools across America.
The Cambium School Innovation Model is a ten-year model based on logistic s-curve theory and practice related to growth models in a variety of areas.