Reconstitution Year 2 AM Presentation

Report
Texas Accountability
Intervention System
Reconstitution Planning
Who is here today?
Objectives
• Gain clarification of statutory requirements for
making staff determinations in reconstitution
• Enhance understanding of campus redesign
elements
• Prepare for reconstitution submissions
Answer questions by phone or email
Clarify communications and expectations
Provide feedback on submissions
Work in coordination with
TCDSS and ESCs
Reconstitution
Staffing
Campus
Redesign
Reconstitution
Staffing
TAC §97.1051 (7)(A)
Principal
Removal/reassignment
of some or all campus
administrative and/or
instructional personnel
in accordance with at
least the minimum
requirements of TEC
§39.107
Teachers
What are your current
local
policies/procedures
regarding staff
reassignment,
termination, and nonrenewal?
Reconstitution
Staffing
TAC §97.1051 (7)(A)
Principal
Removal/reassignment
of some or all campus
administrative and/or
instructional personnel
in accordance with at
least the minimum
requirements of TEC
§39.107
Teachers
Reconstitution
TEC §39.107(b)
Principal
WHO
• Been employed at the
campus for the previous
two years
– Years for which 1st year IR and
2nd year IR ratings were
earned
– 2012-2013 and 2013-2014
school year
Reconstitution
TEC §39.107(b)
Principal
WHAT
• May not be retained
on that campus
UNLESS retention
more beneficial for
– Student achievement
– Campus stability
Reconstitution
WHO
• Teachers of
subjects assessed
through state
assessments
TEC §39.107(b-1)
Teachers
Reconstitution
WHAT
TEC §39.107(b-1)
• May be
retained at
campus ONLY IF
– Pattern exists
of significant
academic
improvement
by students
taught by
teacher
Teachers
Can be reassigned to other
position in the district
Who makes
retention
determinations
for principals and
teachers?
Campus Intervention Team (CIT)
District coordinator of school
improvement (DCSI)
Professional service provider (PSP)
Partner Processing
What factors does the CIT need to
consider given its statutory
responsibility for retention
determinations?
Are retention determinations made for
all campus staff?
(i.e., assistant principals, counselors, elective teachers)
• District decision
• TAC supports if choose to include all staff
• Minimum requirements
– Teachers
– Principal
• Special education considerations
Submission Requirements
Principal
Teacher
How
• Principal Retention
Framework
going to
review • Summary
How going
to review
• Documented in
Decision
reconstitution plan
Decision
• Summary
• Documented in
reconstitution plan
• Number of retained
teachers by subject
• Number of reassigned
teachers by subject
Determination Summary
Determination
Process
• Data sources – statutory requirements
• How data sources will be used in determinations
• Type of feedback provided
Supports
• Professional development
• Data used to monitor progress
• Other supports
Decisions
• Principal
• Teachers
• Aggregate number meeting criteria set in process
Reconstitution
Staffing
Campus
Redesign
Reconstitution
Rebuilding
Redesigning
Recreating
Transforming
Financial
commitment
Rigorous/relevant
academics
Staffing
Parent/community
involvement
Structural and
managerial
innovations
Personal attention
and guidance
Sustained
professional
development
High expectations
for all students
Campus Redesign Elements
Curriculum and
instruction
changes
Table Activity
How might these
redesign elements
look in a school?
Table Activity
Rigorous/ Personal
High
Relevant
Guidance & Expectations
Academics Attention
Additional
counselors
or staff
Curriculum/
Instruction
Changes
Parent/
Community
Involvement
Financial
Structural
Commitment or
Managerial
Innovation
Sustained
Professional
Development
What will be your foundation
elements?
Campus Redesign Elements
Submissions
Does a K-2 campus that is paired with
a 3-5 campus rated 2nd year IR also
have to plan for reconstitution?
• Yes
• Remember reconstitution has two parts
– Staffing evaluation/retention
– Campus redesign
• Staff evaluation –subjects assessed
– Remember decisions data driven
• Separate, coordinated plans
Questions?
Resources
• State Accountability Intervention Resources –
Program Monitoring and Interventions - TEA
• Texas Center for District and School Support
Contact Information
• Division of Program Monitoring
• and Interventions
– [email protected]
– (512) 463-5226
• Heather Christie, Manager
– [email protected]
• Christine Kent, TCDSS
– [email protected]
• Rachel Simic, TCDSS
– [email protected]

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