Collaborative Schools for Innovation and Success

The 2012 Legislature passed legislation (ESHB 2799) created the Collaborative Schools for Innovation and Success Pilot program. The purpose of the act is to authorize pilot projects where colleges of education collaborate with school districts to establish collaborative schools for innovation and success serving particularly at-risk and low-achieving students. Each pilot collaboration is intended both to accelerate student achievement and deepen the knowledge and skills of current and future educators. The initial collaborations are to occur in elementary schools.The Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) and The Professional Educator Standards Board (PESB) provide oversight on the CSIS projects. PESB has created this webpage as a resource to provide information about the pilot programs.

Progress Report 2017

Progress Report 2016

Collaborative Schools for Innovation and Success (CSIS) Awards announced

PESB and OSPI have approved the following partnerships as funded CSIS sites:

Non-funded Designated Site:

  • Heritage University and Yakima School District - Roosevelt Elementary have received designation as an unfunded CSIS site

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