Indistar Action Planning Tool Orientation for Washington

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WASHINGTON STATE TRANSFOMATION
INTEGRATING SUPPORTS USING THE INDISTAR®
ACTION-PLANNING TOOL
January 2015
OSPI’s Office of Student and School Success
Travis Campbell, Director
Andrew Kelly, Assistant Superintendent
Paul Wieneke, Indistar® Program Specialist
CONTENTS
 Introducing the Work Ahead in Washington State
 Regional Action Plans- Integrating Services
 District Level Title III Integration
 District AYP Integration- losing the “waiver.”
Going “Live” with
 School Integration:
A) Title I
B) ESEA-AYP
C) Principal Eval. tool
D) SIG reporting
Bill Wagner / The Daily News
Monticello “Success Night”
SKETCHES FOR SUCCESS
SKETCHES FOR SUCCESS
CONT.
Handbooks to guide and support the
process:
Action-Planning Handbook for School Teams
-examine ways to increase educator capacity &
improve student achievement
-use the Indistar® action-planning tool to assess,
create, & monitor Student and School Success Action
Plan, as well as integration of Title I Schoolwide and
Targeted Assistance Plan and integration of ESEA-AYP.
Action-Planning Handbook for District Teams
-companion to the School Action-Planning Handbook
-in depth description of all District requirements and
guidance to using the Indistar® tool for developing district
action plans, integrating district improvement plans (D.I.P)
and integrating ESEA-AYP.
INDISTAR ACCOUNT TYPES
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School-level
District-level
Coach-level (OSPI Success Coach/ESD Success Leads)
State-level
TIMELINE FOR 2014-2015
IDENTIFIED SCHOOLS
May - Aug
2014
MarMay
2014
–
Aug – Oct
2014
Nov 2014
2014 – 2015 School Year
Aug 2014
•
RAD schools •
recommended •
to State Board
of Education •
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Collect Data
Engage in
Data Analysis
Assess
Indicators
using tools
provided
(Current
Level of
Development
tool)
Apply for
iGrant funds
(available
July 1, 2014)
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ESD ActionPlanning
Workshops
Create
and/or
Revise
Student and
School
Success
Action Plan
Submit Plan
to OSPI
(Oct 30,
2014)
Implement
Plan
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Coach
Critique of
submitted
Action
Plans
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Schools Address Coach
Critique feedback and/or Peer
Review and feedback
Implement Plan
Progress Monitor Indicators and
Tasks
Revise Plan as necessary
Submit Plan for mid-year review
(Feb 28, 2015)
Submit Plan for annual review
(May 30, 2015)
SUCCESS AND THE WORK AHEAD…
Challenges Overcome
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Increased accountability
– Performance based contracts
– Consistent use of Indistar®
among all identified schools
Established collaborative
partnership with ESDs
– Outcomes based CSA with
clearly defined deliverables
related to impacting educator
practice and student learning
Increased transparency of the
division’s work that allowed for
open communication
Created an integrated system of
support in five major areas
Challenges Ahead
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Fiscal distribution / opportunity
costs
RAD Growth and Exit – Language
Supplemental funding
Decisions around adding P and F on
an annual basis versus a 3 year
cycle
Rearview Mirror: A Look Back
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Schools Served Schools Served
2009-2011
2012-Present
• Number of schools we serve has doubled
(see graph) with no additional funding
• Installed multi-tiered system of supports
with metrics to assess impact on educator
practice and student learning
REARVIEW MIRROR: A LOOK BACK CONT.
Voluntarily
Mandatory
STUDENT AND SCHOOL SUCCESS
IMPLEMENTATION PROGRESS OF INDISTAR®
FOR PRIORITY, FOCUS, AND SIG SCHOOL
COHORTS 2012-14
Indistar® Users 2014-15
Total active Users (504)
Total Non-ID users (227)
Total ID school Users (277)
Sig-III (13)
Sig-II (10)
Sig-1 (17)
Priority (75)
Focus (162)
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600
STUDENT AND SCHOOL SUCCESS
IMPLEMENTATION PROGRESS OF INDISTAR®
FOR PRIORITY, FOCUS, AND SIG SCHOOL
COHORTS 2012-14
An average of 79.5% assessed, planned
and completed Indistar® tasks associated
with P1-P7 expected indicators over 201214. Schools increased their task average
completion rate during 2012-14, ranging
from 19% to 50% .
An average of 63% of schools who
completed associated tasks started new
tasks for the same indicator during the
same year.
Source: Indistar® Task Completion Data, 2012-14
Volunteer usage in Washington State has
increased 113 % from 2013 to 2014 for
non-identified School Improvement Plan
assessing, planning, and monitoring
STUDENT AND SCHOOL SUCCESS
IMPLEMENTATION PROGRESS OF INDISTAR®
FOR PRIORITY, FOCUS, AND SIG SCHOOL
COHORTS 2012-14
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
P1-P7 Average Task Completion 2012-14
SIG AND PRIORITY SCHOOLS SHOW SIGNIFICANT
INCREASES; FOCUS SCHOOLS TREND UPWARD
HIGHLIGHTS OF CHANGE IN PROFICIENCY RATES FROM
BASELINE TO 2014
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SIG Cohort I (began receiving services in 2010-11)
o 85% increased and about 5% decreased
o 85% increased more than the state
SIG Cohort II (began receiving services in 2011-12)
o 90% increased and none decreased from Baseline to 2014
o 90% increased more than the state
Priority (began receiving services in 2012-13)
o 75% increased and about 10% decreased
o 75% increased more than the state
Focus (began receiving services in 2012-13)
o 40% increased, 25% had no change, and about 35% decreased
o About 46% increased more than the state
GAPS ARE NARROWING
PROFICIENCY ON STATE ASSESSMENTS IN READING AND
MATH (COMBINED) FROM BASELINE TO 2014*
Percent Proficient Reading/Math
(Combined)
100
80
60
40
20
0
SIG Cohort I
SIG Cohort II
Priority 2012-13
Focus 2012-13
WA State
AESD “SUCCESS NETWORK”
Collaboration and partnership between ESD
Leads and OSPI Coaches resulted in scope
and sequence of professional learning as a
regional focus
Regional improvement action plans focused
on the identified needs of schools within
regions anchored in problems of learning
for students and related problems of
practice for educators
Weighted average for ratings of 4 or 5
increased to 87% in PD outreaches
TITLE III INTEGRATION
Collaboration and partnership between
Office of Student and School Success and
OSPI Title III Division. Integrating
District level Indistar® plans from school
level AMO’s for ELL students.
Integration 14 District Level Indistar®
Expected Indicators and the
Developmental Bilingual Education
Needs assessment.
Roll out date: July 2015
PURPOSE OF THE PLAN INTEGRATION
AND WHO IT IMPACTS
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On July 11, 2014 OSPI
Bulletin Number 03814 specified changes in
AYP policies and
consequences of not
making AYP for Schools
and Districts. This was
triggered by WA State’s
loss of the ESEA
Flexibility Waiver.
District-level Indistar Plan
ESEA-AYP Integration
December 11, 2014 Webinar
OFFICE OF STUDENT AND SCHOOL SUCCESS
TRAVIS CAMPBELL, DIRECTOR
PAUL WIENEKE, INDISTAR PROGRAM SPECIALIST
OSPI TITLE I DIVISION
NATE MARCIOCHI, PROGRAM SUPERVISOR
LARRY FAZZARI, PROGRAM SUPERVISOR
CONNECTION TO THE REQUIRED OSSS
DISTRICT-LEVEL ACTION PLAN FOR
IDENTIFIED PRIORITY AND FOCUS
SCHOOLS
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The requirements for ESEA-AYP District Improvement Plans
are closely aligned with O.S.S.S. District-Level Action Plans in
Indistar®.
To reduce duplication and fully align the two plans, leaders
in OSSS and Title I Division collaborated to integrate the
process in Indistar®.
The Indistar® Indicators aligned to meet ESEA-AYP
requirements are P2-C, P3-A&B, P4-A, P-4B, and P7-A&B.
DISTRICT IMPROVEMENT STEP 2
ESEA-AYP EVIDENCE
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Districts will use the “ESEA-AYP Step 2 District Improvement
Plan Checklist” on the main District dashboard under the
“Complete forms” tab to designate the component chosen
by the team.
CREATING S.M.A.R.T. GOALS
S.M.A.R.T. goals/objectives articulate both the evidence
supporting the strategy and measurable outcomes for
students and educators. The acronym “S.M.A.R.T.” is
used to describe goals/objectives that are:
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Specific,
Measurable,
Actionable/Attainable,
Realistic/Results-oriented, and
Timely/Time-bound
“If we do ___, then we impact ___, that results in ___.”
CONTINUED REDUCTION IN DUPLICATION OF
EFFORT IN SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLANS
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Title I Schoolwide
Title I Targeted Assistance
ESEA-AYP
Title III
AWSP/Marzano Leadership Framework
LIVE! Demonstration in Indistar
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Title I Schoolwide
Title I Targeted Assistance
ESEA-AYP
AWSP/Marzano Leadership Framework
SIG Reports
STUDENT AND SCHOOL SUCCESS
CONTACT INFORMATION
Indistar Technical Assistance:
Paul Wieneke, Indistar Program Specialist
[email protected] OR [email protected]
PH: 360-725-6319
Andy Kelly, Assistant Superintendent, Student and School Success
[email protected] PH: 360-725-6424
Travis Campbell, Director, K-12 Student and School Success
[email protected] PH: 360-725-6503
OSSS website: www.k12.wa.us/StudentAndSchoolSuccess
Indistar website and resources: [email protected]
http://www.k12.wa.us/StudentAndSchoolSuccess/ActionPlanningMaterial
s.aspx

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