Master Planning for Innovation (MPI) is a comprehensive approach for planning and managing education reforms. Funded by a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, MPI was developed by the Center for Educational Leadership & Technology (CELT) and through a partnership with APQC. It combines private sector best practices with the 12 management and operating categories of APQC’s Education Process Classification Framework (PCF)®, enabling educators to quickly align people, processes, and information district-wide.
To support the growing community of school districts adopting this innovative and powerful approach, APQC has developed a Resource Library for Educators. It includes dozens of MPI-specific case studies, best practices, and sample models, plus other resources for process improvement in education.