PSP Mid-Year Collaborative

Report
PSP Mid-Year
Collaborative
2014
Agenda
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Focus-Priority Support
PSP Standard Resume
Schmoker Says…
PSP Progress Report
TCDSS Updates
Focus-Priority
Support
Objectives
• Determine campus needs based on
methodology for Focus and Priority
school identification
• Inform campus of ESEA waiver
intervention requirements for Focus and
Priority schools
What it means to be a
Focus School
Identification and Interventions
Why you need to
know about Focus
and Priority?
How were performance gaps
calculated to identify Focus
schools?
Where you find the data.
Subjects Evaluated
Student groups evaluated
All Student Group
White
Economically
Disadvantaged
Special Education
ELL
Hispanic
African American
Minimum Student Group Size
25
What you need to know?
% met standard
All Students GroupReading
% met standard of
Student Groups that
meet minimum sizeReading
% met standard
All Students GroupMath
% met standard of
Student Groups that
meet minimum sizeMath
For the All Students group and each group that
meets minimum size you find the difference
between the target of 75 and actual percent
meeting standard.
Example 63% of all students group
met standard in Reading
75
63
12
Repeat for each group with Reading and Math
Let’s try an example:
Texas School
All
Students
African
American
Hispanic
White
Spec Ed
Eco Dis
Reading
63
38
58
76
56
63
Math
48
25
45
75
32
40
Count number of student groups in
Reading and Math that meet Minimum
African
Hispanic
White
Spec Ed
Eco Dis
Size All
Students
American
Reading #
120
30
50
40
30
100
Reading
Target
75
75
75
75
75
75
Scores
63
38
58
76
56
63
Math #
125
33
50
42
31
100
Math
Target
75
75
75
75
75
75
Scores
48
25
45
75
32
40
Distance
to Target
Distance
to Target
12 meet minimum size
Target is 75
All
Students
African
American
Hispanic
White
Spec Ed
Eco Dis
Reading
Target
75
75
75
75
75
75
Scores
63
38
58
76
56
63
Math
Target
75
75
75
75
75
75
Scores
48
25
45
75
32
40
Distance
to Target
Distance
to Target
All
Students
African
American
Hispanic
White
Spec Ed
Eco Dis
Reading
Target
75
75
75
75
75
75
Scores
63
38
58
76
56
63
Distance
to Target
12
37
17
0
19
12
Math
Target
75
75
75
75
75
75
Scores
48
25
45
75
32
40
Distance
to Target
33
50
37
0
43
35
ADD
All
Students
African
American
Hispanic
Reading
Target
75
75
75
75
75
75
Scores
63
38
58
76
56
63
Distance
to Target
12
37
17
0
19
12
Math
Target
75
75
75
75
75
75
Scores
48
25
45
75
32
40
Distance
to Target
33
50
30
0
43
35
288
White
Spec Ed
Eco Dis
288
12
24
24 is the average gap
between student
performance groups
and the 75% federal
target
Interventions
Designate a district contact and
Engage in TAIS
Review ESEA Turnaround Principles &
Critical Success Factors
Interventions
Address at least 1 INSTRUCTIONAL
INTERVENTION in 2013-2014 SY to target deficiencies
and close achievement gap
Reasons for identification and intervention are
to be included in CAMPUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN
Work collaboratively with local Education Service
Center (ESC) for support and guidance
What it means to be a
Priority School
Identification and Interventions
Go to www.tcdss.net and click
ESEA Flexibility Waiver Information
to access the materials
for this training
SCROLL DOWN to the bottom of the page!
ESEA Priority Schools Training
TEA
TCDSS
ESCs
PSPs
Purpose and Outcomes
• Understand and utilize the TAIS Framework as
the foundation for improvement and planning
• Align current practices with priority
requirements
• Understand the turnaround principles
• Develop and plan for next steps to prepare for
implementation
• Connect to resources and support
Designation Criteria
Lowest performing schools based on
combined “All Student” reading and
math performance
188
schools
Schools with a graduation rate
less than 60%
36
schools
Current Tier I & Tier II TTIPS
73
schools
Priority School Interventions
Assign a District
Coordinator of School
Improvement (DCSI)
Engage in the Texas
Accountability
Intervention System
(TAIS) continuous
improvement process
Evaluate current
campus staff
Attend required
trainings
Create a plan which
addresses the ESEA
Turnaround Principles
“Big Picture”
May- First submission of improvement plan
June- Required training
July- Final submission of improvement plan
2014-2015- Implement the plan
If a principal and DCSI
attended TAIS Part 1 and
Part2 training, do they have
to come to priority training?
Is there a difference between
and IR targeted
improvement plan and the
priority plan?
If I have a targeted
improvement plan because
I’m IR, will that suffice for my
priority plan?
Do non-TTIPS priority schools
have summer training in
June?
How do priority schools pay
for travel and
accommodations for
required training?
Since this is a planning year
for priority, we don’t have
anything to submit this
year…right?
Can my PSP come with me to
the priority training?
I am a TTIPS priority school,
do I have to come to training
in February?
I’ve been the DCSI for 3 years
for my TTIPS campus, do I
have to load my information
into ISAM?
What other questions…?
Improve Academic Performance
Increase the Use of Quality Data
to Drive Instruction
Increase Leadership Effectiveness
Increase Learning Time
Increase Family and Community Engagement
Improve School Climate
Increase Teacher Quality
1. Provide strong leadership
2. Ensure effective teachers
3. Redesigned school calendar
4. Strengthen the school’s instructional program
5. Use data to inform instruction
6. Improve school environment
7. Ongoing family and community engagement
Critical Success Factors
ESEA Turnaround Principles
Reflective Questions
Turnaround Principles
What it is…
What it is NOT…
CSF 1: Improve
Academic Performance
ESEA Turnaround Principle:
Strengthen The School’s
Instructional Program
CSF 2: Increase the Use
of Quality Data to Drive
Instruction
ESEA Turnaround Principle:
Use of Data to Inform
Instruction
CSF 4: Increase
Learning Time
ESEA Turnaround Principle:
Redesigned School Calendar
CSF 5: Increase Family
and Community
Engagement
ESEA Turnaround Principle:
Ongoing Family and
Community Engagement
CSF 6: Improve School
Climate
ESEA Turnaround Principle:
Improve School Environment
CSF 3: Increase
Leadership
Effectiveness
ESEA Turnaround Principle:
Provide Strong Leadership
Don’t Forget!!!
Local Board Policy
&
Due Process
Always Apply
CSF 7: Increase Teacher
Quality
ESEA Turnaround Principle:
Ensure Effective Teachers
Important Reminder!!!
Local Board Policy
&
Due Process
Always Apply
Assessment of Staff Quality
• OPTIONAL RESOURCES
– Principal and teacher frameworks (LISTED IN
MATERIALS TO DOWNLOAD)
– The Danielson Grouphttp://www.danielsongroup.org/article.aspx?page
=frameworkforteaching
– http://www.marzanoevaluation.com/
– http://www.nea.org/home/41858.htm
Agenda
Focus-Priority Support
• PSP Standard Resume
• Schmoker Says…
• PSP Progress Report
• TCDSS Updates
PSP Standard Resume
• www.psptexas.net
Agenda
Focus-Priority Support
PSP Standard Resume
• Schmoker Says…
• PSP Progress Report
• TCDSS Updates
Schmoker says…
Agenda
Focus-Priority Support
PSP Standard Resume
Schmoker Says…
• PSP Progress Report
• TCDSS Updates
PSP Progress Report
Objectives
• Understand the importance of the PSP
Progress Report
• Identify the characteristics of a quality PSP
Progress Report
• Apply the characteristics to your own PR
Purpose of the Progress Report
• Represents the work of the PSP
• Informs TEA and TCDSS about what is
happening on the campus
• Documentation of state support for identified
schools
• Documentation of the time and effort as
invoiced to the LEA or TCDSS
Sample Activity
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Read Sample Progress Report #1
Discuss Sample #1 at Table
Complete Chart for Sample #1
Repeat steps 1-3 for Sample #2 and #3
Characteristics of Quality
• Evidence of PSP actions that support the
implementation of the improvement plan
goal.
• Evidence that actions align with area of low
performance
• Clear picture of the actions that the PSP has
done
• Multiple sources of data including quantifiable
data of impact
Concerns of Support Specialists
• Vague statements without data to support
• Repeated statements either for different
needs, different months, or even different
campuses.
• Future work statements of keep doing what
we have been doing
• Not all Needs and Goals are addressed
Agenda
Focus-Priority Support
PSP Standard Resume
Schmoker Says…
PSP Progress Report
• TCDSS Updates
TCDSS Updates
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AIE
TAIS Resources
Summer Institute
Support Specialist Assignments
Agenda
Focus-Priority Support
PSP Standard Resume
Schmoker Says…
PSP Progress Report
TCDSS Updates

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