Schools benefit from the SPF in several ways. They can use the SPR to identify and build upon strengths and improve weaknesses. Additionally, it will help the district distribute resources more equitably and based on a school’s individual needs. It will also be used to empower educators and give them more autonomy over their day-to-day operations. For example, higher performing schools will receive increased autonomy over the use of talent, time, and resources, while lower performing schools will receive additional resources and targeted supports.