Improvement science is the application of small, measurable, and individualized changes to address specific issues in educational or organizational settings to help uncover the root causes of problems.
A cyclical process that includes learning by doing, it is a framework that includes all aspects of research and is evidence-based. The goal of applying improvement science is to ensure that quality improvements are grounded in best practices and evidence to produce a robust environment for change including quality, safety, risk management, organizational development, and leadership (Grol, et. al., 2004).
DMDS Partners, Inc. works with clients, particularly in the K-12 sector, providing evidence-based improvement strategies at the classroom, school, or district levels.
Contact us today to learn more about how we can assist you in your ongoing efforts to improve operational practices or processes related to effectiveness, efficiency, or student outcomes.