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Do you have a Unified Improvement Plan?

Develop a plan that includes recruitment and retention strategies based on the instructional plan for your school. The instructional plan defines how your school approaches instruction and may include special programs or focuses, student population needs, and staffing needs.
Students in past classes have asked many questions about the instructional plan and it appears that some schools do not formally define an instructional plan. Your school should have a Unified Improvement Plan; this is one source of information that you might use to identify instructional needs, but it may not address diversity issues or special programs and populations. For example, my last school was an arts integration school that encouraged learning through and about the arts and also the use of the arts to reflect learning. When we advertised for new positions, we wanted to ensure that new hires would support the program through their advocating with families and planning for instruction.

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