NDMTSS Training Participation 2020-21 + Year to Date

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2020-2021 NDMTSS Participation

With a transition to virtual training due to the pandemic, NDMTSS staff were still able to reach an outstanding 64 school districts and 113 school buildings! These leadership teams did not push this important work to the wayside but instead found a way to schedule the needed time to continue the work ensuring the system stayed strong and continued to improve.

Click here to access the 20-21 interactive map!

20-21 NDMTSS Participation Map


Year-to-Date Participation (2014-2021)

Taking a deeper look into participation over the years below you'll find a map of district involvement since we began tracking in 2014. We are amazed each year as the map continues to fill meaning the work is going further and becoming more embedded throughout the state in 110 districts and nearly 230 schools. We look forward to what is to come as we work closely with the N.D. Department of Public Instruction and the regional education association's support with schools identified for comprehensive or targeted support through the state ESSA plan.

Click here to access the 2014-2021 interactive map!

14-21 NDMTSS Participation Map

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