The learning goals and objectives for this website are outlined in their feature book Learning to Improve which "offers a new paradigm for research and development in education that promises to be a powerful driver of improvement for the nation’s schools and colleges."
The resources at this website can be used in a variety of ways to achieve teaching and learning goals such as viewing videos such as previous Carnegie presentations, reading articles and their blog, and participating in the networking opportunities, all in the interest of continuous improvement in the discipline.
Because the student in this case could be an administrator, a teacher, or a future teacher, the potential for learning is unlimited because the resources promote conceptual understanding of tested methods and ideas in such topics as listed in their blog including the number of posts in each topic:
- Developmental Math (60)
- Equity & Social Justice (6)
- Improvement Research (3)
- Improvement Science (83)
- Leadership for Improvement (6)
- Learning in NICs (31)
- Networked Improvement Communities (74)
- Policy for Quality Improvement (3)
- Spreading & Scaling in NICs (12)
- Teaching Improvement (5)
The information is well organized and clear. The repository allows for self-selection of materials that are most relevant to the consumer.