How does LCI approach its audits?
 
All LCI audits are tailored to meet the needs of its clients. The process begins with an exploration of client questions and needs, and continues to a shared design of the audit. Through conversations, we shape the questions the audit will seek to answer and suggest the onsite and off site activities that will allow LCI to analyze practices, processes and programs related to those questions.
 
Rather than simply write an audit report, LCI often couples a written report with a learning opportunity for the school or district. For example, LCI may lead a mini professional development session that unpacks the findings and allows various school stakeholders to reflect upon those findings, or we may embed the findings in a longer professional development experience that allows the audit to produce learning rather than just measure it. 



We offer different means to support your inventory work.  The Assessment Inventory model below can be adapted for any type of inventory.