Parent Involvement Toolkit

Report
HB 5
Community & Student Engagement
Francisco Rodriguez
Education Specialist
[email protected]
806/281-5890
What Is the Purpose
• To evaluate community and student engagement
• Districts and campuses can showcase where they are
excelling and where there is room for improvement
– Not all should be exemplary…..
• To tell the story of what is happening in districts and on
campuses when it’s not a test day
• An opportunity to highlight community values,
which are varied across the state and sometimes
within a district
Community & Student Engagement
TEC Section 39.0545
• Each school district shall evaluate:
– District’s performance
– Performance of each campus
• Assign a performance rating of:
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Exemplary
Recognized
Acceptable
Unacceptable
• For both:
– Overall performance and
– Each individual factor under Subsection (b)
• Ratings are publicly available no later than August 8
PIEMS Summer Submission June 26
Community & Student Engagement
TEC Section 39.0545
Subsection (b)
1. The following programs or specific categories of
performance at each campus
A. Fine arts
B. Wellness & physical education
C. Community and parental involvement, such as:
i. Opportunities for parents to assist students in
preparing for assessments
ii. Tutoring programs that support students taking
assessments
iii. Opportunities for students to participate in
community service projects
Community & Student Engagement
TEC Section 39.0545 (cont.)
Subsection (b) [continued]
D. The 21st Century Workforce Development
program
E. The second language acquisition program
F. The digital learning environment
G. Dropout prevention strategies and
H. Educational programs for gifted and talented
students
And…
Community & Student Engagement
TEC Section 39.0545
Subsection (b) [continued]
2. The record of the district and each campus regarding
compliance with statutory reporting and policy
requirements.
Report Data to TEA and Make Ratings
Publicly Available
• HB 5 requires:
– districts to report each performance rating to TEA
– districts to make the ratings publicly available by August 8
• As noted earlier, TEA has added new coding to the PEIMS
Data Standards and the new codes must be reported in
the Submission 3 Summer Collection, June 26.
Community & Student Engagement
TEC Section 39.0545
Subsection (b) [continued]
2. The record of the district and each campus regarding
compliance with statutory reporting and policy
requirements.
Compliance and Policy Reporting
Requirements
• Improvement plans that include statutory
requirements.
• Compliance with state and federal program
requirements.
• Compliance related to NCLB, FIRST Rating,
PBMAS, PEIMS, transportation, etc…
• Campus Plan/District Plan
Parental Involvement
• Public Law (P.L.) 107-110, Section 1118 (a) (2)
– The LEA shall develop jointly with, agree on with,
and distribute to, parents of participating children
a written parent involvement policy that shall be
incorporate into the LEA’s plan developed under
section 1112 and establishes the expectations for
parent involvement…
P.L. 107-110, Section 1118 (b) (1)
• Each school served under Title I, Part A shall
jointly develop with, and distribute to,
parents of participating children a written
parental involvement policy, agreed upon by
such parents, that shall describe the means
for carrying out the (parental involvement)
requirements…
TEA Coordinated Toolkit Teams
• Fiscal/Allowable Costs
• Homeless/Foster Care
• Private Non Profit
• Parental Involvement Policies (PIPs)
ESCs Parental Involvement Policy
Toolkit Team Members
• Kristi Veitenheimer, ESC 9
• Kathy Duniven, ESC 11
• Melissa Sulak, ESC 11
• Sherry DiMarco, ESC 13
• Francisco Rodriguez, ESC 17
What all is in
the toolbox?
 Parental Involvement Policy (PIP) Training PowerPoint
 Developing a Written PIP Publication
 District/LEA PIP Checklist
 School/Campus PIP Checklist
 Sample USDE District/LEA PIP
 Sample USDE School/Campus PIP
Where can I find the toolbox?
Live Binder
http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?present=
true&id=1130191
Instructional Leaders Blog
http://www.esc17.net/default.aspx?name=blog.
instructionalleaders&from=2/1/2014&to=2/28/
2014
Questions
• Francisco Rodriguez
Education Specialist
[email protected]
806/281-5890

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