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TTIPS UPDATE
ACET Fall 2014
AGENDA
Historic Program Information
Cycle 3 Update
Potential NEW cycle of SIG
Feedback and Suggestions
Q&A
LOOKING BACK
HISTORIC PROGRAM INFORMATION
Cycle 1 and Cycle 2
CYCLE 1 - THE NUMBERS
• Eligible
Campuses
1600
417
• Applicants
• Preliminary
Award
Selections
72
CYCLE 1 DATA
 72 campuses selected July 2010
 69 selected Transformation Model
 3 selected Turnaround Model
 Core Programming 2010-2013
 6 campuses selected delayed model and began full implementation in 2011
 17 campuses were granted a one-time no-cost extension for SY13-14 (these
campuses are all priority schools)
 Approximately $260M in campus grants
 All Cycle 1 awardees have now exited TTIPS program
CYCLE 2 - THE NUMBERS
• Eligible
Campuses
436
136
• Applicants
• Preliminary
Award
Selections
62
CYCLE 2 DATA
 62 campuses selected July 2011
 61 campuses selected Transformation Model
 1 campus selected T-STEM Model (Tier III Option)
 Core Programming 2011-2014
 8 campuses were selected for one-year awards
 15 campuses have been preliminarily selected for an extension for SY 14-15
 Approximately $230M in campus grants
 All Cycle 2 Tier I and Tier II campuses are priority schools
CYCLE 3 UPDATE
CYCLE 3 - THE NUMBERS
• Eligible
Campuses
215
74
• Applicants
• Preliminary
Award
Selections
21
CYCLE 3 DATA
21 campuses preliminarily selected Summer 2014
20 selected Transformation Model
1 selected Turnaround Model
Grant Period is August 1, 2014 – July 31, 2017
PRELIMINARY GRANTEES – CYCLE 3
Dr. M. L. Garza-Gonzalez
Charter School
Dr M L Garza-Gonzalez
Charter School
Shekinah Radiance Academy
Shekinah Radiance Academy
(Garland)
San Antonio ISD
David Crockett EL
San Antonio Technology
Academy
San Antonio Technology
Academy
Alpha Charter School
Alpha Charter School
Corpus Christi ISD
South Park Middle
Waco ISD
J H Hines EL
Southwest Preparatory School New Directions
Shekinah Radiance Academy
Shekinah Walzem
Shekinah Radiance Academy
Victoria ISD
Washington Tyrannus School of
the Arts
Shields EL
Lubbock ISD
Bayless EL
IDEA Public Schools
IDEA Academy Mission
Victoria ISD
Crain EL
Waco ISD
Indian Spring Middle
Hart ISD
Hart Elementary
Houston ISD
Wheatley H S
Por Vida Academy
Por Vida Academy Charter H S
Corpus Christi ISD
Kostoryz EL
Lubbock ISD
Bean El
San Antonio ISD
Douglass El
CYCLE 3 PROGRAM CHANGES
Working toward alignment
QIRs are now Quarterly Reports within Improvement Plan
No Tier I, Tier II, Tier II Eligibility List – all Priority
District Shepherd is now DCSI
CYCLE 3 – CURRENT EVENTS
Announced July 2014
Negotiations
Goal Setting
Improvement Plans
CYCLE 3 KICKOFF TRAINING
Brief Overview
GRANTEE CONTACTS
Required:
DCSI
Campus Principal
Update ISAM
Update AskTED
Email Support Specialist (manual distribution lists)
REPORTING
IP
Quarterly Reports (within IP)
EOY
 Part 1 (APGs)
 Part 2 (Leading Indicators)
Quarterly Conferences / Check-ins
EOY EVALUATION PROCESS
Primary Review
• All grantees
• Based on End of Year (EOY) Report 100 point scale
• 70+ points = Automatic Continuation Funding
Secondary Review
• Only grantees scoring < 70 points on Primary Review
• Based on Overall Program Review
• Summary of findings
From Secondary Review
• Recommendation to continue, reduce or discontinue
funding
BUDGET
Substantive Benefit during the grant period
 ex. Late technology purchases, new positions
Reasonable & Necessary
 ex. Device: student ratios, nice to have vs. have to have, staffing ratios
Supplement vs. Supplant
 ex. Foundational positions, transportation
Incentives
Records / Local Policy
ALLOWABLE STUDENT INCENTIVES
certificates
plaques
ribbons
small trophies nominal in cost
inexpensive instructionally related items such as
pens/pencils to be used in the classroom
DOCUMENTATION
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Budget records
Schedules (master, bell and calendar)
Job Descriptions / Org Charts
Time & Effort (as appropriate)
Sign-in Sheets
Supporting data / documentation for incentives
Meeting agendas
Needs Assessment
Grant Application & Amendments
Contracts & MOUs
Policy Changes resulting from turnaround needs
IP, quarterly reports, EOYs (& supporting documentation)
POTENTIAL NEW CYCLE OF SIG
FEDERAL FY14 SIG OVERVIEW
Out for Public Comment (closed 10/8/14)
Modifications from Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2014
Updates from lessons learned in prior implementation
PROPOSED CHANGES
Three-year to Five-year grants
Additional Models
State-Determined School Improvement Intervention Model
Evidence-Based, Whole-School Reform Strategies
Early Learning Intervention Model
Rural LEAs Modification
FEEDBACK AND SUGGESTIONS
CYCLE 3
Needs?
Areas for Improvement?
CYCLE 4(+)
Suggestions for any areas of major program changes?
Other suggestions for future cycles
Q&A
DIVISION OF SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT & SUPPORT
DIVISION OF SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT AND
SUPPORT
MARK BAXTER, DIVISION DIRECTOR
LETICIA GOVEA, DIVISION MANAGER
SUPPORT
SPECIALIST IN
DIVISION OF
SCHOOL
IMPROVEMENT
Regions 1, 2, 3
Lisa Gonzales – [email protected]
Regions 4, 5
Lauren Ditty – [email protected]
Regions 6, 12, 17, 18, 19
Caroline Ramsey – [email protected]
Regions 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 16
Shayna Sheehan – [email protected]
Regions 13,14, 15, 20
Nicole Chupka – [email protected]

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