TregoED is committed to the enduring, systemic change that is only possible when you build capacity or “teach a man to fish.”
TregoED helps K-12 education leaders and students make and implement great decisions. The thinking strategies they teach are modeled after Kepner-Tregoe’s analytic processes. Dr. Benjamin Tregoe founded the nonprofit TregoED in 1993.
While technology assists us in increasingly significant ways, it has yet to replace the need for excellence in human thought and action. Ben Tregoe believed “the computer on our shoulders is the most important computer we will ever have.” Why then, don’t we invest more in this technology – the one we are born with? We leave our most precious natural resource under-utilized and undeveloped.
Ben had tremendous respect for education and educators. He believed KT processes could help education leaders solve the complex problems facing schools, districts, and students. In 1993, Ben founded TregoED, a nonprofit dedicated to helping education leaders achieve their strategic, operational, and classroom goals. Since then, thousands of educators have used these proven processes to solve tough problems and make critical decisions. And because lasting success requires collaboration, these systematic approaches have also ensured stakeholders work effectively together in achieving high-quality outcomes.
Sure, there are consultants and experts who will show up and tell you what to do. But once they leave, what have they left behind? TregoED is committed to the enduring, systemic change that is only possible when you build capacity or “teach a man to fish.”
Common sense need not be uncommon. People consistently make effective judgments when given the right skills and support. TregoED workshops and consulting build the capacity of a most precious resource – the people and schools dedicated to educating our children. TregoED helps school and district leaders use data more adeptly, collaborate more successfully, and develop lasting and effective solutions to critical problems in education. Building problem-solving and decision-making capacity is renewable energy at its finest.
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