District Communication Plan & Process for Addressing Barriers

The District Implementation Team (DIT) is an essential component of the district’s
implementation infrastructure that assists in the selection and successful use of
effective innovations. To ensure effective innovations are used with fidelity, scaled-up
across the district, and sustained, communication to and from the DIT must occur on a
regular basis. Supporting the use of effective innovations also means the DIT needs to
know about the barriers schools and staff face when working to use the effective
innovation components. For this reason, embedded within the communication plan is
the district’s process for addressing barriers. The purpose of this document is to provide
a template and when necessary, worked examples of communication plan components
and a process for addressing barriers

Contributed By:
Michigan DOE