HB 5 Worksession revised 1-8-2014

Report
HB 5 Work Session
Pat Page, Wes Pierce, and Cindy Teichman
Region 9 ESC
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HB 5: Agenda
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Overview of TEA/SBOE Timeline
Review of SBOE Proposal and SBOE Updates
Plan of Action/Needs Assessment
Group Activity: Brainstorm Next Steps and Additional
Needs
Developmental Math/ELA Discussion
ESC 9 HB 5: Graduation Plans Meeting Timeline
Introduction of Community and Student Engagement
Accountability
Review of CASE Law
Review of Resources
Review of Suggested Timeline
Group Activity: Plan of Action/Next Steps
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Word of the Day
Grapple
ˈgrapəl/
Engage in a close fight or
struggle without weapons;
wrestle.
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Remember to Be Vigilant
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Overview of HB 5
The State Board of Education (SBOE) Timeline:
O September 17:
Public Hearing
O September 18:
Discussion of HB 5 Rules
O November:
First Reading and Filing
Authorization
O December:
Release of Revised
Proposal and Official Public
Comment Period
O January:
Second Reading and Final
Adoption
O 2014-2015:
Implementation
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Foundation Requirements
English Language Arts
(4 credits)
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English I
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English II
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English III
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Advanced English Course (TBD by SBOE)
Mathematics
(3 credits)
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Algebra I
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Geometry
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Advanced Mathematics Course (TBD by SBOE)
Science
(3 credits)
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Biology
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IPC or Advanced Science Course (TBD by SBOE)
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Advanced Science Course (TBD by SBOE)
Social Studies
(3 credits )
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U.S. History
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U.S. Government (one-half credit)
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Economics (one-half credit)
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World Geography or World History or Combined
World History/World Geography
Physical Education
(1 credit)
Languages Other Than English
(2 credits)
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Two credits in the same language
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Computer programming language (other
exceptions)
Fine Arts
(1 credit)
Electives
(*5 credits)
*If seeking certain
endorsements,
some elective
credits may have
to be linked to a
coherent course
sequence)
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Foundation Requirements
O SBOE voted NOT to require speech in
the Foundation program
O Some parameters have been placed
around what will count as
“Advanced” 3rd credit and/or 4th
credit math and science (see lists on pp.
3-5 of SBOE proposed rules)
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Endorsement Requirements
A student may earn an endorsement
by successfully completing:
O curriculum requirements for the
endorsement (TBD by SBOE)
O 4 credits in mathematics
O 4 credits in science
O 2 additional elective credits
(related to the endorsement)
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Endorsement Requirements
O SBOE voted to require Algebra II
ONLY in the STEM endorsement
O There are multiple pathways to fulfill
endorsement requirements
O A course used to satisfy an
endorsement requirement may also
be used to satisfy a
foundation/elective requirement
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STEM, Business & Industry, and
Public Service Endorsements
O CTE route to an endorsement:
O Requires four or more CTE credits
O Three or more courses must be in a
coherent sequence (locally determined)
O Two of these courses must be in the same
career cluster
O One of these courses must be advanced (3rd
or higher course in a sequence)
O The final course in a sequence must be
from the student’s chosen career cluster
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Career Clusters and Coherent Sequences
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Career Clusters and Coherent Sequences
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STEM, Business & Industry, and Public
Service Endorsements Example
4 CTE Credits
Required
3 CTE Credits
must be in a
coherent
sequence
2 CTE Credits
must be from
the same
career cluster
1 CTE Credit
must be
advanced
CTE Credit 1
CTE Credit 2
CTE Credit 3
CTE Credit 4
CTE Credit 1
CTE Credit 2
(coherent sequence)
CTE Credit 3
(coherent sequence)
CTE Credit 4
(coherent sequence)
CTE Credit 1
CTE Credit 2
(coherent sequence)
CTE Credit 3
(coherent sequence)
CTE Credit 4
(coherent sequence)
CTE Credit 1
CTE Credit 2
(coherent sequence)
CTE Credit 3
(coherent sequence)
CTE Credit 4
(coherent sequence—
Advanced course)
Final course in a sequence must be from the
student’s chosen career cluster
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Career Clusters and Coherent
Sequences
O TEA CTE link:
http://www.tea.state.tx.us/index2.aspx?i
d=5415#SubchapterA
Additional information can be found at
www.achievetexas.org/POS_Covers1.htm
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Noteworthy Points from SBOE
Discussion
O Districts determine Coherent
Sequences
O Approximately 200 courses in 16
clusters are available—just need some
relationship
O Coherent Sequences for a student
may have courses from more than one
career cluster
O Reminder: last course in the sequence
determines the endorsement
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Discussion
Discuss at your
table what
coherent
sequences
might look like
at your district
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STEM Endorsement
Includes courses directly related to:
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Health science (moved from Public Services)
Science
Technology
Engineering
Mathematics
O Must include Algebra II, Chemistry, and Physics
O See modified draft proposal document for
additional information/changes by the SBOE
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Business and Industry
Endorsement
Includes courses directly related to:
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Agriculture, food, and natural resources
Architecture and construction
Arts, audio/visual technology, and communications
Business management and administration
Finance
Hospitality and Tourism
Information Technology
Manufacturing
Marketing
Transportation
Advanced broadcast journalism, newspaper, or public speaking
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See modified draft proposal document for additional
information/changes by the SBOE
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Public Services Endorsement
Includes courses directly related to:
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Education and training
Government and public administration
Human services
Law, public safety, corrections, and securities
O See modified draft proposal
document for additional
information/changes by the SBOE
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Arts and Humanities
Endorsement
Includes courses directly related to:
O Social Studies
O Languages other than English
O American sign language
O Art
O Dance
O Music
O Theatre
Requirement for English IV, World History, and World Geography was
removed during the last hearing
O See modified draft proposal document for additional information/changes
by the SBOE
O Languages other than English can be split into two levels of two different
languages
O Art, Dance, Music, and Theatre have been combined into a flexible Fine
Arts sequence
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Multidisciplinary Studies
Endorsement
Includes:
O Advanced courses that prepare students for the
workplace
O Four credits in each of the four foundation subjects
(to include English IV and chemistry and/or physics)
O Four AP/IB courses from each of the four foundation
subjects
O See modified draft proposal document for
additional information/changes by the
SBOE
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Endorsements
O (g) A course completed as part of
the set of four courses needed to
satisfy an endorsement
requirement may also satisfy a
requirement under section
74.12(b) and (c) of this title,
including an elective requirement
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Distinguished Achievement
O Complete foundations high
school program
O Complete requirement for at
least one endorsement
O Complete Algebra II
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Performance
Acknowlegments
O Dual Credit courses: pg. 13
O Outstanding performance in
bilingualism and biliteracy: pp. 13-14
O Outstanding performance on AP or IB:
pg. 14
O Outstanding performance on PSAT,
ACT-PLAN, SAT, or ACT: pg. 14
O Business or Industry
certification/license: pg. 14
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Our Focus
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Plan of Action
1. Analyze
Foundation
Requirements
Foundation
Capacity
Document
2. Consider
additional
Local
Requirements
3. Analyze
Endorsement
Capacity
Local Policy
Endorsement
Document:
Course
Inventory Tool
(Project Share)
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Plan of Action
4. Reconcile
courses
offered to
endorsements
5. Determine
endorsements
to be offered
6. Determine
how to
implement
plan
Endorsement
Document,
Coherent
Sequences,
etc.
Endorsement
Document,
Coherent
Sequences,
etc.
Courses
Offered,
Teacher
Certifications,
7 vs. 8 period
day, etc.
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Additional Resources
ESC 4
http://www.esc4.net/default.aspx?name=hb5.home
ESC 13
http://www4.esc13.net/cc/house-bill-5
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Group Activity
1.
Brainstorm next steps
O What have you already done?
O What needs to be accomplished next?
O What needs to be included in public comment?
O Example: Ask for clarification of language regarding four
credits in each of the four foundation subject areas in the
Multidisciplinary Studies endorsement—Can courses count as
meeting foundation and endorsement requirements?
2. List needs/ideas
O What additional information do we need?
O How can we work together?
3. Share
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Timeline
1. December: Met with ad hoc HB 5
advisory group
2. February 13th: Second meeting of
ad hoc advisory group
3. February 19th- 1-4: Reconvene
large-group and review final SBOE
adoption
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Developmental Course
O Developmental Math and ELA
discussion
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Community and Student
Engagement Accountability
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Community and Student
Engagement Accountability
Sec. 39.0545:
(a) Each school district shall:
O evaluate the district’s performance and the
performance of each campus in the district in
community and student engagement and
compliance
O assign the district and each campus a performance
rating of exemplary, recognized, acceptable, or
unacceptable for both overall performance and
each individual evaluation factor listed under
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Subsection (b)
Community and Student
Engagement Accountability
O Not later than August 8 of each year, the district
shall report each performance rating to the
agency and make the performance ratings
publicly available as provided by commissioner
O Plan is to use summer PEIMS submission
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Community and Student
Engagement Accountability
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(b) For purposes of assigning the performance ratings under Subsection (a),
a school district must evaluate the following:
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Fine Arts
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Wellness and Physical Education
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Community and Parental Involvement, such as:
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Opportunities for parents to assist students in preparing for
assessments under Section 39.023
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Tutoring programs that support students taking assessments
under Section 39.023
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Opportunities for students to participate in community service
projects
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21 Century Workforce Development program
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Second Language Acquisition program
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Digital Learning Environment
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Dropout prevention strategies
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Educational programs for gifted and talented students
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Compliance with statutory reporting and policy requirements
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Community and Student
Engagement Accountability
O (c) A school district shall use criteria developed
by a local committee to evaluate:
O (1) The performance of the district’s campus
programs and categories of performance
O (2) The record of the district and each
campus regarding compliance
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Community and Student
Engagement Accountability
Resources
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Community and Student
Engagement Accountability
O Project Share Drop Box Samples
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Community and Student
Engagement Accountability
O ESC 11 Evaluation Tool Demo
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Suggested Timeline
January:
O Determine process for committee review
O Determine tool to assist committee
2. Early Spring:
O Convene committees for development of
performance indicators
3. Late Spring:
O Reconvene committee to apply ratings
4. Early Summer:
O Report ratings (overall and by component for
district and all campuses) through PEIMS summer
submission
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Group Activity
1. Brainstorm next steps
2. List needs/ideas
3. Share
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Questions and Discussion
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