Using the science and practice of implementation to strengthen equity in our education systems, support our educators, and improve outcomes for children, families, and communities.

Primary goal

To support the development of a diverse educator workforce to advance student learning and strengthen cross-agency coordination and community engagement to ensure systemic change.

Second goal

To increase use of implementation science to expand selection, adoption, and sustained use of evidence-based practices that result in equitable outcomes for students with disabilities.

Our Objectives

Implementation for Educators Blog

Co-Designing Regional Models for Colorado Multi-Tiered System of Supports

How does one get support for Multi-tiered System of Supports implementation to 179 districts, 1,927 schools, 55,197 teachers and 4,341 administrators to help them build capacity to meet the needs of a state’s 883,264 public school students? The secret …

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Webinar Recording: Implementation Supports in Education

October 2023

On Wednesday, October 4th, 2023, the SISEP Center hosted a free webinar on the current state of implementation supports in education. Sophia Farmer, Co-director of SISEP, facilitated a conversation with our guests from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction and the University of Washington SMART Center. What an amazing hour filled with stories and relatable experiences with implementation!

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SISEP eNotes: April News & Resources

April news from the SISEP Center, highlighting project work, resources, our new director, and a blog post about mapping tools to drive implementation quality and accelerate change.

E-notes are brief messages highlighting key learnings and key illustrations related to practices of implementation