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Improving Student Learning
from Kindergarten through the University

With LtoJ students, teachers and administrators truly understand what continuous improvement means and how it feels to have a record of doing better and better and better year after year.

Improved student learning can be the primary, consistent focus.


L to J in Action

  • November 16th, 2014
    Dr. Jenkins will be giving the keynote address. Click here to read more and register.nqec-468x60-static

 

 

 


NEW Let’s Fix Spelling – PDF Download

For $8, elementary schools can gain the knowledge to remove cramming/forgetting from their school.

Their graduates will enter middle school having never learned the cram/get-a-grade/forget process traditionally taught through weekly spelling tests. Coming very soon will be


Permission to Forget anniversary edition. Available April 2013

Permission to Forget
10th anniversary edition.
Now Available through Amazon

After implementing LtoJ® across the USA for twenty years, these facts are evident:

  • We can restore intrinsic motivation and stop using incentives.
  • We can engage students more and cut back on teacher workload.
  • We can use data in ways that no longer harm students, but actually excite them.
  • We can balance our efforts between learning background knowledge and meeting performance expectations.
  • We can have students and teachers on the same team reaching for high standards.
  • We can know when changes actually result in improvements.
  • We can put the focus almost completely on student learning.

With LtoJ students, teachers and administrators truly understand what continuous improvement means and how it feels to have a record of doing better and better and better year after year after year.

Contact Us!

NEW Seminar →  CSI: Continuous Strategic Improvement

The newest offering from Lee Jenkins combines the principles of continuous improvement with strategic planning. This is a one-day seminar for district superintendents and other administrators. Find out more…


NEW Seminar →  D:EA (Data: Enumerative and Analytical)

D:EA is a one-day working session with key accountability/data educators who have the responsibility for communicating results for school and school district assessments. Find out more…