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Provider

Kevin E. Hahn, Ph.D. L.L.C.

Contact Information

Primary

Kevin Hahn
2802 Garrett Drive
Fort Collins, CO 80526

Phone: 970-232-5606
Email: kehahn@comcast.net

General Information

Website: n/a
Screenshots / Demo: n/a
Effectiveness Data: n/a
Type of Organization: For Profit Company
Organization is best described as: For-Profit
Age of Firm / Number of Years in Operation: 3 years
Level(s) services may be provided: - Elementary
- Middle
- High School
- District
Provides performance guarantees in contract: NO
Educational Services Provided Assessment
Comprehensive & Effective Planning
Comprehensive Turnaround Provider
Content Curriculum Programs
Curriculum Alignment
Diagnostic Review
District Culture
Educator Effectiveness
Instruction
Leadership
Organizational Structure and Resources
Professional Development
Program Evaluation Services
School and District Improvement
Staff Evaluation
Student
Family and Community Support
Unified Improvement Planning
21st Century Skills
Specific Content Area :
Multi-tiered System of Supports; Student Assessment; Student-Based Budgeting; Budget Development; Comprehensive School Analysis (School Support Team); Improvement Planning & Implementation; Leadership Development & Capacity Building

Name of Schools/ Districts that this organization has served in Colorado:

NEBOCES - Kendra Anderson (970-246-3486)
Buchanan Middle School/Wray School District - Dee Blecha (dblecha@wrayschools.org)
Rivendell School/Private - Kelly Stahl (kelly@rivendell-school.org)

Recent References:

Same as above.

Name of Schools/ Districts that this organization has served in other states:

None

Qualifications of this Organization (licensure, trademark, etc.):

Services are varied and scaled dependent on district and school need. Certified by Colorado Department of Education for School Support Team reviews; Colorado Department of Education State Review Panel; Turnaround School Leadership Coaching/Consultation; Successful Unified Improvement Planning & Implementation. Expertise includes: data-driven decision making, best first instruction, formative and summative assessment, district/school leadership and leadership teams, multi-tiered system of supports, special education, English language learners, proven improvement strategies, standards, curriculum, assessment, classroom management, leadership capacity building, student-based budgeting, effective/efficient decision making, results-oriented meeting/group facilitation, conflict resolution, staff ownership/stakeholder engagement, strategic thinking, planning/leadership, change management, succession planning, organizational efficiency and effectiveness.

Qualifications of Instructors/ Staff that Provide Services:

KEVIN E. HAHN, PH.D. Primary Consultant
The Consultant is a proactive leader with a successful track record in developing highly effective leadership and effectively implementing standards based education, combining a task and relationship focus to gain the trust of professionals and achieve results. The consultant has a proven history of integrity, transparency and stakeholder engagement within districts and schools.

Core competencies include: DISTRICT LEADERSHIP: Cultivates change and innovation within school districts and schools within a collaborative context to overcome PK-12/post-secondary issues, gathering input and considering the impact on students, teachers, administrators, parents and community. INSTRUCTION: Arms teachers, principals, and district administrators with the tools necessary to improve strategic direction, instructional leadership, and integration of 21st century skills within academic standards. SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT: Coaches and consults schools and diverse school districts in promoting the post-secondary readiness of students through quality instruction, educator engagement, improvement of student services/programs, data analysis, and technology integration. EDUCATOR DEVELOPMENT: Initiates teacher and administrator training, coaching, collaboration and consultation to establish and implement best instructional practices and action plans within an environment of open communications to increase effectiveness and achieve outcomes. COMMUNITY RELATIONS: Respects the communities district's serve, readily building trust by honoring community input, promoting transparency, and publicly honoring competing values while addressing/resolving complex problems.

The consultant collaborates with central office administration to increase student growth and achievement via instructional and school improvement, enhanced district operational efficiencies and effective resource allocation processes. The consultant prides himself on effectively collaborating with district administration and school principals on a wide variety of topics including the successful implementation of Senate Bill 10-191, Educator Effectiveness via coaching and mentoring school principals to meet and exceed Principal Quality Performance Standards. Additionally, the consultant collaborates with district and school accountability committees and the Colorado Department of Education to create, implement, monitor, and adjust robust school improvement plans to impact student achievement and growth.

Cost:

$850 - $1250 per day dependent on project scope, duration, and services. Contracts also negotiable on a per project basis.

Explanation of how we are able to provide differentiated services to meet the individual needs of schools and districts.

All consulting services are based on the analysis of district and school needs via a diagnostic assessment/report, district or school Unified Improvement Plan and district/school leadership involvement. Prioritized needs drive a customized plan for services developed in collaboration with district and/or school leadership.

How will we evaluate our services and support to schools and districts and its effectiveness in school/ district/ student achievement?

Student achievement and growth outcomes, as well as improvement implementation benchmarks are outlined in the consulting service plan. Both quantitative and qualitative data are used to progress monitor benchmarks and outcomes with specific measures and metrics identified. Assessment, evaluation, reflection, and adjustments are placed within the consulting plan/calendar and are collaboratively monitored with school and district leadership to guide improvement work and consultation plan.

Sample of services offered for a school or district:

Under 500 Students:

Collaborative work, consultation and coaching on topics such as district/school improvement; leadership capacity building; enhancing school culture and climate; assessment of/for learning; best first instructional strategies; multi-tiered system of supports; turnaround leadership skills and strategies; building staff ownership and community engagement of improvement work; diagnostic reviews, debriefs and improvement planning and support.



500-1000 Students:

Collaborative work, consultation and coaching on topics such as district/school improvement; leadership capacity building; enhancing school culture and climate; assessment of/for learning; best first instructional strategies; multi-tiered system of supports; turnaround leadership skills and strategies; building staff ownership and community engagement of improvement work; diagnostic reviews, debriefs and improvement planning and support.



1000+ Students:

Collaborative work, consultation and coaching on topics such as district/school improvement; leadership capacity building; enhancing school culture and climate; assessment of/for learning; best first instructional strategies; multi-tiered system of supports; turnaround leadership skills and strategies; building staff ownership and community engagement of improvement work; diagnostic reviews, debriefs and improvement planning and support.



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