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San Juan Unified School District

in Partnership with

San Juan Teachers Association


Creating and Sustaining a Collaborative Culture

2012 "Collaborating to Transform the Teaching Profession Culture"

In San Juan Unified, the District and Association agree to take responsibility and be held accountable for the improvement of the quality of teaching and learning which represents an expanded role in public education. It is in the best interest of the San Juan Schools that the District and the Association cooperatively engage in activities and communication which demonstrate mutual respect for all stakeholders and results in the improvement of student achievement through the development of common goals, a cooperative, trusting environment, and teamwork. It is the belief that actively and constructively involving all relevant stakeholders contributes significantly toward achieving these goals.

Shared responsibility and accountability for results are at the core of a continuous improvement model. Joint responsibility for student success means that educators share in celebrating what works and share in identifying together areas that are not working and are in need of improvement.

Article 24:  Collaboration in SJUSD

Our Nationally Recognized Peer Assistance and Review (PAR) Program

Joint Assessment

Budget Review

Below is a link to a Capitol Public Radio Interview with Glynn Thompson, Superintendent of the San Juan Unified School District, and Shannan Brown, President of the San Juan Teachers Association.


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