OSPI Update - Educational Service District 113

Report
OSPI UPDATE
AUGUST 2013
Presented by:
Gil Mendoza, Ed.D., Assistant Superintendent
Special Programs & Federal Accountability
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2013 Legislative Session Summary
K-12 Operating Budget
General Apportionment
Pupil Transportation
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In SY 2013-14, the Legislature provided an
additional $42.8 Million.
STARS is fully funded in SY 2014-15 with an
additional $88.8 Million.
MSOC
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Increases MSOC allocations as follows:
Program
General Education
2012-13
2013-14
Total Impact
$554.57
$737.02
$171,224,761
Vocational
$1,354.26
$1,399.30
$3,133,606
Skills Center
$1,203.98
$1,244.25
$246,789
• Vocational and Skills Center MSOC
allocations increased by inflation only.
High Poverty Class Size Reduction
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Grade Level
2012-13 Class
Size
2013-14 Class
Size
Increase in Funding
K-1
24.1
20.85
$45,337,896
2-3
24.1
24.1
$0
Districts will have to prove they are providing a class size of
20.85 for grades K-1 as condition of receipt of funds for the
2014-15 school year.
OSPI must report draft rules to the Office of the Governor,
and Legislative committees regarding monitoring K-1 class size
by December 1, 2013.
For 2014-15, an additional 2.222 hours of instruction per
week is provided for Grades 7−12 (1080 hrs./year of
instruction required).
Transitional Bilingual
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Continues to fund 4.778 additional hours of instruction
per week for headcount of K-12 TBIP students.
For the 2013-14 school year additional funding is
provided in the form of an additional 3.0 hours per
week for students who have exited the program during
the prior school year. Increases funding by $6,130,530.
For the 2014-15 school year the funding includes
students who have exited the program during the prior
two school years.
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ESSB 5946 – Strengthening Student
Educational Outcomes
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Omnibus policy bill
 Part
I – Learning to Read
 Part II – Requiring the LAP program to be
evidenced based
 Part III – Student Discipline
 Part IV – Educator Support Program
 Part V – Alternative Learning Experiences
Part I – Learning to Read
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Funds English Language Arts coordinators at ESDs.
School districts are required to include K-4 reading information (student
is reading at grade level) on report cards.
Each school and each district must report the number of students in K-4
reading below grade level.
Beginning in 2014-15, all 3rd grade students scoring a Level 1 (below
basic) on MSP, student must receive intensive reading remediation.
Beginning in 2015-16, this expands to students scoring a Level 1 or
Level 2 on the MSP, and remediation strategies must be selected from a
state menu.
Beginning in 2015-16, for any school where more than 40% score at a
Level 1 or Level 2 on the MSP, all students not reading at grade level in
grades K-4 must receive remediation strategies selected from the state
menu, paid for with LAP funds.
Part II – Requiring the LAP program to
be evidenced based
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Adds reduction of disruptive behavior as a condition to serve.
Requires OSPI to develop a state menu of approved LAP strategies, which are required
to be used by districts beginning in the 2016-17 school year, unless otherwise state
approved.
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Requires districts to prioritize the use of LAP funds to first serve grades K-4 reading.
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Up to 5% of the LAP allocation may be used for community/ESD partnerships (RTL)
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LAP plans are eliminated.
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Districts must report in CEDARS (2014-15)
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Annual entrance and exit performance data for each LAP student
Districts must provide an annual report to OSPI (August 1, 2014 and each August
thereafter)
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Amount of academic growth gained by students in LAP
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Number of students who gained at least one year of growth
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Specific LAP strategies used by each school
Requires monitoring of LAP programs by OSPI every 4 years.
Part III - Student Discipline
Part IV – Educator Support Program
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Part III – Student Discipline
 Discipline data reporting must be recorded in CEDARS.
 Discipline data categories is expanded, and
disaggregation is required.
 Schools must create a reengagement plan.
 Emergency expulsions must be converted to long term
suspensions or dropped after 10 days.
 Except in special circumstances, expulsions are limited to
one year.
Part IV – Educator Support Program
 Funds competitive grants for mentoring new teachers.
Important Links
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Legislative Budgets
http://leap.leg.wa.gov/leap/default.asp
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Budget Driver (John Jenft) Rate Sheet
http://www.k12.wa.us/SAFS/13budprp.asp
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Pivot Table
http://www.k12.wa.us/SAFS/13budprp.asp
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Bus Depreciation
https://eds.ospi.k12.wa.us/BusDepreciation/default.aspx
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WA Learning Standards
CCSS and NGSS
Washington’s Implementation Timeline & Activities
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2011-12
Phase 1: CCSS and NGSS
Exploration
Phase 2: Build Awareness
& Begin Building
Statewide Capacity
Phase 3: Build Statewide
Capacity and Classroom
Transitions
Phase 4: Statewide
Application and
Assessment
Ongoing: Statewide
Coordination and
Collaboration to Support
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15 2015-16 2016-17
Washington’s CCSS Involvement & Process
Summer 2009 to Present
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DEVELOPMENT
Draft K-12 English
Language Arts
and Mathematics
Standards
Released for State
Input
Summer 2009
WA
INVOLVEMENT:
Input on working
drafts (CCSS
Workgroup, 100+
educators)
REVIEW/INPUT
Public Review
Revision Process
Fall 2009 /
Winter/Spring
2010
WA
INVOLVEMENT:
- Workgroup input
- Statewide survey
for input
- Comments on
Final Drafts
ADOPTION
States have
discretion to
voluntarily adopt
CCSS
Finalized June 2010
WA STATUS:
- 2010 Provisional
Adoption
- Statewide
Outreach & Input.
- June 2011 Bias
and Sensitivity
Review
- July 2011 Formal
Adoption
BUILD
AWARENESS &
CAPACITY
State
Collaboration and
Sharing
WA STATUS:
- Phase-in support
resources and
structures starting
in 2011-12 school
year
TRANSITION &
APPLICATION
• Aligned
instructional
materials and
resources
• Aligned
Assessment
Systems
• Statewide
assessment in
2014-15
We are
here
Washington’s NGSS Involvement & Process
Summer 2011 to Present
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DEVELOPMENT
K-12 Framework for
Science Education
NGSS Drafting Process
Confidential Drafts
Summer 2011
WA INVOLVEMENT:
- WA Selected as NGSS
Lead State – Fall 2011
- Drafting Process – Fall
2011 – Spring 2012
- Statewide educator,
stakeholder input
REVIEW/INPUT
Public Review
Revision Process
WA INVOLVEMENT:
- Statewide educator,
stakeholder input
- Student input
- National input
- Comments on Final
Drafts
ADOPTION
States have discretion
to voluntarily adopt
NGSS
BUILD
AWARENESS &
CAPACITY
TRANSITION
&
APPLICATION
Final March 2013
State Collaboration and
Sharing
- Intentional transition
plans
- Alignment of
instructional materials
and resources
- Assessment system
adjustments
WA STATUS:
- Comparisons
- Bias and Sensitivity
- SBE Presentations
Likely Adoption
Summer 2013
We are
here
WA STATUS:
Ongoing: Statewide Coordination and Collaboration to
Support Implementation
(CCSS/NGSS Professional Learning Providers and Partners Across WA)
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Washington
Including:
• School Districts (CCSS District Implementation Network)
• Higher Education
• Education and Educator Content Associations
• Business Partners
Assessment System Updates
Collection of Evidence
Graduation Requirements
Changes for 2013-14
SBAC
SBAC assessments will measure
career- and college-readiness
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A Balanced Assessment System
English Language Arts/Literacy and Mathematics, Grades 3-8 and High School
School Year
Last 12 weeks of the year*
DIGITAL CLEARINGHOUSE of formative tools, processes and exemplars; released items and tasks; model
curriculum units; educator training; professional development tools and resources; scorer training modules; and
teacher collaboration tools.
Optional Interim
Assessment
Computer Adaptive
Assessment and
Performance Tasks
Optional Interim
Assessment
Computer Adaptive
Assessment and
Performance Tasks
PERFORMANCE
TASKS
• ELA/Literacy
• Mathematics
Scope, sequence, number and timing of interim assessments locally determined
COMPUTER
ADAPTIVE TESTS
• ELA/Literacy
• Mathematics
Re-take option
*Time windows may be adjusted based on results from the research agenda and final implementation decisions.
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Evolution to Smarter Balanced Summative
Assessments in Washington
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Reading
Writing
English/LA
Math
Math
Science
(end 20132014)
(end 20132014)
(begin 2014-2015)
(end 20132014)
(begin 20142015)
(no change)
SBAC
MSP
SBAC
SBAC
MSP
SBAC
Grade 3
MSP
Grade 4
MSP
Grade 5
MSP
SBAC
MSP
SBAC
Grade 6
MSP
SBAC
MSP
SBAC
Grade 7
MSP
SBAC
MSP
SBAC
Grade 8
MSP
SBAC
MSP
SBAC
High
School
MSP
MSP
See next slide
MSP = Measurements of Student Progress
HSPE = High School Proficiency Exams
EOC = End of Course exams
SBAC = Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium
See next slide
MSP
MSP
Biology
EOC
With Summative High School Assessments in
2014–15 and beyond
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English/LA
Mathematics
Science
(no change)
Grade 3
SBAC
SBAC
Grade 4
SBAC
SBAC
Grade 5
SBAC
SBAC
Grade 6
SBAC
SBAC
Grade 7
SBAC
SBAC
Grade 8
SBAC
SBAC
MSP
Comprehensive ELA
exit exam
Year 1or Year 2
EOC exit exam
EOC Biology
exit exam (until
NGSS)
SBAC – College and
Career Ready
SBAC – College and
Career Ready
Grades10
(until Class of 2019)
Grade 11
SBAC=SMARTER Balanced Assessment Consortium
MSP= Measurements of Student Progress
EOC= End of Course exams
MSP
Assessment High School Graduation
Requirements by Class
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English Language Arts
Class of…
Mathematics
2013 and
2014
Reading
HSPE
Writing
HSPE
Either Algebra or
Geometry
2015 and
beyond
English Language Arts
Either Algebra or
Geometry
Science
Biology EOC
(until NGSS)
Class of…
English Language
Arts
Mathematics
Science
2015-2018
10th grade
comprehensive ELA exit
exam
11th grade college and
career ready assessment
Either Algebra or
Geometry EOC exit exam
Biology EOC
11th grade college and
career ready assessment
Biology EOC
(Smarter Balanced ELA)
(Smarter Balanced Math)
2019 and
beyond
(until NGSS)
(until NGSS)
What’s Happening This Year, 2013-14?
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Exit exams remain the same (HSPE, EOC)
CAA options remain the same
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Class of 2013 had some relaxation of Collection of Evidence
rules that had been newly implemented – these will not
continue (COE limited to one submission per content area
throughout HS, and requires two attempts on general
assessment before submitting)
Schools will be recruited for Smarter Balanced field test
Trying to avoid students having to take current test AND field
test
 Should know by end of August how double testing can be
avoided
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ESEA Waiver
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Good for 2013-14
 2014-15 subject to:
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 Possible
legislation at state level
 Possible ESEA reauthorization at federal
level
Questions?
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Thank you.
Presented by:
Gil Mendoza, Ed.D., Assistant Superintendent
Special Programs & Federal Accountability
Phone: (360) 725-6170 | E-mail: [email protected]

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