the Feb. 13, 2017, Klein ISD Board of Trustees meeting, the Board voted to
approve the District of Innovation plan, therefore confirming that exemptions
outlined in the local innovation plan for implementation to benefit Klein ISD
are thrilled that Klein ISD is now a District of Innovation,” said Klein ISD
chief learning officer, Jenny McGown. “We look forward to leveraging this
increased local control to make our shared vision of every student entering
with a promise and exiting with a purpose a reality.”
the passing of House Bill 1842 in the spring of 2015, gave public school
districts the opportunity to become Districts of Innovation, which will allow
Klein ISD to obtain more local control in various areas that will make teaching
and learning more impactful for every student’s needs.
the help of our Klein ISD community, administrators, and staff, this would not
be possible. We want to thank each and every member who shared with us their
thoughts and feedback throughout this process. Additional thanks to everyone
who served on the Local Innovation Plan Team and the District Instructional
Development Council who helped to review and finalize the plan.
are so grateful to the outstanding educators, parents, and community members
who served on the local innovation plan team and for the support of our Klein
ISD Board of Trustees,” said McGown.
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