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Title: Multiyear Fiscal Recovery Plan MYFRP review


1
School Portfolio Management 2007-2008
Intervention and Programmatic Adjustment
Recommendations
December 12, 2007
2
School Portfolio Management
  • I. School Portfolio Management Framework
  • II. 2007-2008 Focus School Process Review
  • III. Focus School Recommendations
  • Other Recommended Adjustments to the Portfolio
  • V. Conclusions and Next Steps
  • Appendix A Data on Focus Schools
  • Appendix B AdvancePath Program Description

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I. School Portfolio Management Framework
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School Portfolio Management Framework
Coherent Governance Policy (Operational
Expectation OE-12)
  • The Chief Executive Officer shall assure the
    availability of a diverse portfolio of high
    quality schools (traditional, new small schools,
    charter schools, etc) for students and families
    both within neighborhoods and district-wide
  • The Chief Executive Officer shall
  • Assure that all district quality standards apply
    equally to all schools regardless of size and
    type
  • Regularly monitor all schools to assure their
    cost-effectiveness and compliance with quality
    standards
  • Assure the sustainability of all schools and
    programs, especially in a declining revenue
    environment
  • Create meaningful partnerships between district
    and charter schools that improve the conditions
    for both and that enhance choices for students
    and their families
  • Review school attendance boundaries annually to
    assure reasonable balance in student enrollment

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School Portfolio Management Framework
School Portfolio Management Managing the Success
and Quality of Schools Every family will have
access to at least two quality school options in
their neighborhood, and the ability to select
from a diverse range of educational options
throughout Oakland
Quality
OUSD is continually managing its dynamic
portfolio of schools across these three dimensions
Enrollment / Capacity
Programmatic Diversity
High quality and diverse educational options
DEMAND
SUPPLY
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II. 2007-2008 Focus School Review Process
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Decision Making Timeline
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Criteria for Area of Focus Schools
  • For the 2007 evaluation of the portfolio,
    Academic and Enrollment screens were used in
    combination to identify Focus schools
  • Its important to note that this process
    supported a continued investment in high quality
    small schools. For example, a school that is
    under sized but categorized as GREEN in the
    Tiered Support Intervention model would not be
    identified as a focus school

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Focus Schools Academic
SUMMARY
Progress reports and descriptions of
interventions underway at Academic focus schools
will be brought to the Board in February
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Focus Schools Enrollment / Enrollment Academic
SUMMARY
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Summary of Staff Community Engagement
  • Each school community held an average of 4
    meetings as part of our engagement process
  • The number of participants at these meetings
    ranged from 12 - 300

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Focus Schools Factors incorporated into
recommendations
ACADEMIC FACTORS
COMMUNITY FACTORS
ENROLLMENT FACTORS
Quantitative student achievement data analysis
is the school accelerating academic achievement
for all students?
Community Engagement What do community members
believe is the best solution for the school?
Programmatic Sustainability Is the school able
to provide the resources families deserve based
on its size?
Long-Term Enrollment Trends What is the
projected enrollment in the attendance area over
the next five years?
Qualitative evaluation of conditions for success
e.g. how is school performing against the
Professional Learning Community and Family
Engagement rubrics?
Solution for Focus School
Attendance Boundaries Would a shift of
attendance boundaries solve some of the
challenges facing the school?
School monitoring and observation data Based on
classroom observations, is the school
demonstrating a capacity to accelerate academic
achievement for all students?
Survey data of satisfaction What does the Use
Your Voice data say about stakeholder
satisfaction with the school?
MegaBoundary Impact How would an intervention in
this particular school impact other schools in
the megaboundary?
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III. Focus School Recommendations
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Summary of Recommendations and Next Steps
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Lafayette Recommendation
Focus School Category Enrollment
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M.L. King Recommendation
Focus School Category Enrollment
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Howard Recommendation
Focus School Category Enrollment
Note Howard was a focus school for enrollment
last year. The school did not meet its target of
40 additional students
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Peralta Creek Recommendation
Focus School Category Enrollment and Academic
New Year 2
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Sankofa sits within the Calvin Simmons
attendance area. Residents have priority at
Peralta Creek, United for Success, Ascend and UPA
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EXPLORE Recommendation
Focus School Category Enrollment
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Youth Empowerment School (YES) Recommendation
Focus School Category Enrollment and Academic
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YES sits within the Castlemont attendance area.
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BEST Recommendation
Focus School Category Enrollment and Academic
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Sankofa Recommendation
Focus School Category Enrollment and Academic
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Sankofa sits within the Peralta attendance
area. Residents have priority at both Sankofa
and Peralta
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Burckhalter Recommendation
Focus School Category Enrollment
Increase due to expanded boundary with the
closure of Burbank
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IV. Other Recommendations
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Expansion of Continuation School and Drop out
Recovery Alternatives
AdvancePath is an organization which operates
drop out recovery academies serving 180-220
students within a district school. For
additional information see Appendix B
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Other
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V. Conclusion
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Summary of Recommendations and Next Steps
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Board of Education Next Steps
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Appendix A Focus School Data
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Lafayette Academic Trends Over Time
Lafayettes API increased by 58 points this year
to 670
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Lafayette Academic Trends Over Time
Lafayette met the Adequate Yearly Progress
targets this year with 26 of students scoring
proficient in ELA and 41 of students scoring
proficient in Math. However, the majority of
students in both categories are still scoring
below grade level.
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Lafayette Tiered Accountability Support
  • Based on OUSDs Tiered Accountability Support
    Model, Lafayette has been categorized as a YELLOW
    school
  • As a Program Improvement Year 3 school,
    Lafayette was initially categorized as an Orange
    school but moved UP because of high scores in
    growth and the achievement gap

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Lafayette Historical Enrollment Trends
Enrollment at Lafayette Elementary School has
declined 47 percent since 1999

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Based on 15th day counts
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Lafayette Students who live in neighborhood
The number of district residents in the Lafayette
neighborhood has declined 56 percent since 1999

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Lafayette Where Students Live and Go to School
46 of students who live in the neighborhood
attend school in the neighborhood
Number of non SDC students attending Lafayette
301
Neighborhood students attending School 174
Students
Students at from other neighborhoods 127
Students
Neighborhood going outside for school 201
Students
Number of OUSD elementary school students living
in the Lafayette Neighborhood 375
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M.L. King Academic Trends Over Time
M.L. Kings API increased by 28 points during the
2006-2007 school year to 640
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M.L. King Academic Trends Over Time
M. L. King increased the percentage of students
performing Proficient/Advanced in both ELA and
Math. However, the school has not yet met the
Adequate Yearly Progress targets in either
category
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M.L. King Tiered Accountability Support
  • Based on OUSDs Tiered Accountability Support
    Model, M.L. King has been categorized as a YELLOW
    school
  • As a Program Improvement Year 3 school, M.L.
    King was initially categorized as an Orange
    school but moved UP because of high scores in
    growth and the achievement gap

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M.L. King Historical Enrollment Trends
Enrollment at ML King Elementary School has
declined 50 percent since 1999

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Based on 15th day counts
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M.L. King Students who live in neighborhood
Prior to the boundary shift in 2004, district
residents in the King neighborhood were steadily
declining

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M.L. King Where Students Live and Go to School
51 percent of the elementary students attend
school in the neighborhood
Number of non SDC students attending King 286
Neighborhood students attending School 217
Students
Students at from other neighborhoods 69
Students
Neighborhood going outside for school 209
Students
Number of OUSD elementary school students living
in the King Neighborhood 426
43
Howard Academic Trends Over Time
Howards API decreased by 50 points during the
2006-2007 school year to 672
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Howard Academic Trends Over Time
  • The percentage of students performing Proficient
    and Advanced in ELA increased slightly during
    2006-2007. However, the percentage of students
    performing Far Below and Below Basic increased
    significantly
  • The percentage of students performing Proficient
    and Advanced decreased from 2006-2007 and the
    percentage of students performing Far Below and
    Below Basic increased

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Howard Tiered Accountability Support
  • Based on OUSDs Tiered Accountability Support
    Model, Howard has been categorized as an YELLOW
    school
  • As a school not in Program Improvement, Howard
    was initially categorized as an Green school but
    moved DOWN because of low scores in growth and
    the achievement gap

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Howard Historical Enrollment Trends
Enrollment at Howard Elementary School has
declined 23 percent since 1999

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Based on 15th day counts
47
Howard Students who live in neighborhood
District residents in the Howard neighborhood
have fallen by 43 percent since 1999

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Howard Where Students Live and Go to School
Only 41 percent of the elementary students attend
school in the neighborhood
Number of non SDC students attending Howard230
Neighborhood students attending School 105
Students
Students at from other neighborhoods 125
Students
Neighborhood going outside for school 147
Students
Number of OUSD elementary school students living
in the Howard Neighborhood 252
49
Peralta Creek Academic Performance
During the 2006-2007 school year, only 8 of
students scored Proficient in English Language
Arts and only 6 of students scored Proficient in
Math
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Peralta Creek Historical Enrollment Trends

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15th Day Count Used
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Peralta Creek Reside in the Calvin Simmons
Attendance Area
Simmons middle school residents are expected to
decline 30 percent in the next five years
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Peralta Creek Where Students Live and Go to
School
47 of students who live in the neighborhood
attend school in the neighborhood
Number of non SDC students attending Peralta
Creek170
Neighborhood students attending School 129
Students
Students at from other neighborhoods 41
Students
Neighborhood going outside for school 448
Students
Number of OUSD middle school students living in
the Calvin Simmons Neighborhood 956
223 students attend Urban Promise 156 attend
United for Success
53
EXPLORE Academic Performance
Over its three years in existence, EXPLOREs API
has decreased by 55 points
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EXPLORE Academic Performance
The percentage of students scoring Proficient on
the CST has remained flat or declined over the
past three years, while the percentage of
students scoring Far Below and Below Basic has
increased
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EXPLORE Tiered Accountability Support
  • Based on OUSDs Tiered Accountability Support
    Model, EXPLORE has been categorized as an ORANGE
    school
  • As a Program Improvement Year 1 school, EXPLORE
    was initially categorized as a Yellow school but
    moved DOWN because of low scores in growth and
    the achievement gap

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EXPLORE Historical Enrollment Trends
As of the 15th day count, EXPLOREs enrollment is
down by 20 compared to 2006-2007

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15th Day Count Used
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EXPLORE Students who live in the neighborhood
The number of 6th-8th grade residents living in
the EXPLORE neighborhood is projected to decline
by 13 over the next 5 years
King Estates attendance area data 1999-2004
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Birth rates from the census tracts in the
EXPLORE neighborhood are used to forecast
Kindergarten residents. Historical grade
progressions from the neighborhood are used to
forecast future EXPLORE residents.
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EXPLORE Where Students Live and Go to School
Only 31 of students who live in the neighborhood
attend school in the neighborhood
Number of students attending EXPLORE 261
Neighborhood students attending School 134
Students
Students at from other neighborhoods 127
Students
Neighborhood going outside for school 291
Students
Number of OUSD middle school students living in
the EXPLORE Neighborhood 425
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YES Academic Performance
YES API increased 90 points during 2006-2007
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YES Academic Performance
The percentage of students scoring Proficient on
the CST increased in ELA but decreased in Math
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YES Tiered Accountability Support
  • Based on OUSDs Tiered Accountability Support
    Model, YES has been categorized as an ORANGE
    school
  • As a Program Improvement Year 2 school, YES was
    initially categorized as an Yellow school but
    moved DOWN because of low scores in growth and
    the achievement gap

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YES Historical Enrollment Trends
07-08 enrollment at YES is up 20 percent compared
to 06-07
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15th Day Count Used
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YES Residents Live in the Castlemont Attendance
Area
9th to 12th grade residents in the Castlemont
area are expected to decline over 50 percent over
the next five years
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Birth rates from the census tracts in the
Castlemont neighborhood are used to forecast
Kindergarten residents. Historical grade
progressions from the neighborhood are used to
forecast future Castlemont residents.
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YES Where Students Live and Go to School
65 percent of students who attend YES live in the
neighborhood
Number of students attending YES 193
Neighborhood students attending School 126
Students
Students at from other neighborhoods 67
Students
Neighborhood students going outside for school
1,578 Students
Number of OUSD high school students living in the
Castlemont Neighborhood 2,669
311 students attend Leadership Prep, 278
students attend EOSA, 376 students attend CBIT
65
BEST Academic Performance Index (API)
BESTs API increased by 65 points this year from
486 to 551
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BEST Academic Performance
The percentage of students scoring Proficient on
the CST increased in both ELA and Math. However,
only 19 and 4 of students are scoring
Proficient in ELA and Math respectively
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BEST Tiered Accountability Support
  • Based on OUSDs Tiered Accountability Support
    Model, BEST has been categorized as an ORANGE
    school
  • As a Program Improvement Year 1 school, BEST was
    initially categorized as an Yellow school but
    moved DOWN because of low scores in growth and
    the achievement gap

-----------NA-----------
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BEST Historical Enrollment Trends
Enrollment at BEST fell 29 percent between 2005
and 2006 and is projected to fall 14 percent
between 2006 and 2007
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BEST McClymonds Residents
9th-12th grade residents of the McClymonds
neighborhood is projected to increase slightly
over the next five years
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BEST Where Students Live and Go to School
45 percent of the McClymonds neighborhood attends
either BEST or EXCEL
Number of non SDC students attending BEST 209
McClymonds Neighborhood students attending
School 167 Students
Students at from other neighborhoods 42
Students
Neighborhood going outside for school 482
Students
Number of OUSD high school students living in the
McClymonds Neighborhood 890
241 students from the neighborhood attend
EXCEL Based on 2006-2007 Data
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Sankofa Academic Performance
During 2006-2007, Sankofas API decreased by 43
points from 578 to 535
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Sankofa Academic Performance
The percentage of students scoring
Proficient/Advanced decreased in both Math and
ELA during the 2006-2007 school year while the
percentage of students scoring Below Basic or Far
Below Basic increased for both Math and ELA
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Sankofa Tiered Accountability Support
  • Based on OUSDs Tiered Accountability Support
    Model, Sankofa has been categorized as an ORANGE
    school
  • As a Program Improvement Year 1 school, Sankofa
    was initially categorized as an Yellow school but
    moved DOWN because of low scores in growth and
    the achievement gap

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Sankofa Historical Enrollment Trends
As of the 15th day count, Sankofas K-4
enrollment is down by 13 compared to 2006-2007

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15th Day Count Used
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Sankofa Residents Live in Peralta Attendance Area
Elementary residents in the Peralta are projected
to grow slightly over the next five years.
However, the total number of students living in
the neighborhood is not projected to grow above
200
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Sankofa Where Students Live and Go to School
Only 11 percent of the students who attend
Sankofa live in the neighborhood
Number of K-4 students attending Sankofa 119
Students attending neighborhood school Peralta 88
Neighborhood students attending School 13
Students
Students at from other neighborhoods 106
Students
Neighborhood going outside for school 31
Students
Number of OUSD elementary school students living
in the Peralta Neighborhood 132
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Burckhalter Academic Trends Over Time
Burckhalters API declined 54 points this year
from 740 to 686
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Burckhalter Academic Trends Over Time
The percentage of students proficient in ELA
decreased by 13 this year from 39 to 26
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Burckhalter Tiered Accountability Support
  • Based on OUSDs Tiered Accountability Support
    Model, Burckhalter has been categorized as an
    YELLOW school
  • Burckhalter was initially categorized as an
    Green school but moved DOWN because of low scores
    in growth and the achievement gap

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Burckhalter Historical Enrollment Trends
Enrollment at Burckhalter Elementary School has
declined 28 percent since 1999

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Based on 15th day counts
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Burckhalter Students who live in neighborhood
Prior to the boundary shift in 2005, the number
of district residents in the Burckhalter
neighborhood was steadily declining
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Burckhalter Where Students Live and Go to School
Only 30 percent of the elementary students attend
school in the neighborhood
Number of non SDC students attending
Burckhalter159
Neighborhood students attending School 84
Students
Students at Burckhalter from other
neighborhoods 75 Students
Neighborhood going outside for school 192
Students
Number of OUSD elementary school students living
in the Burckhalter Neighborhood 276
Based on 2006-2007 CBEDS
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Appendix B AdvancePath Program Description
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Executive Summary
  • The high school drop-out crisis the Silent
    Epidemic is one of the largest and least
    addressed issues facing public education
  • AdvancePath Academics creates innovative
    partnerships with districts and high schools to
    operate technology rich, in-school Academies that
    provide high quality education services to
    recover, educate, and graduate out-of-school
    youth and those at risk of not earning their high
    school diplomas
  • For administrators and educators our model is low
    risk and potentially high reward

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Vision
  • AdvancePath Academics provides
  • Educators high quality, cost-effective
    alternative programs to educate and graduate at
    risk and disengaged students
  • Communities a well-educated, productive workforce
    able to make positive social and economic
    contributions and,
  • Students an appreciation for learning, motivation
    for personal growth, better employment prospects,
    and the foundation for a productive life and good
    citizenship

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Value Proposition
  • Increase the number of your students who graduate
    from high school
  • Improve the cost-effectiveness of your
    alternative programs while mitigating your
    financial risk
  • Advance the safety, stability, and prosperity of
    your community

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A Simple Effective Model


AdvancePath recovers, educates and graduates
disengaged, at-risk out-of-school students
Society benefits from a more productive workforce
Students receive state recognized high-school
diplomas in preparation for post-secondary and
work opportunities
District improves overall graduation rates
The district has limited commercial and financial
risk and shares in student revenue
Higher earnings potential
The board and superintendent are appreciated more
by the community
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AdvancePath District Responsibilities
  • AdvancePath Provides
  • Fully provisioned Academy with a technology rich
    learning environment
  • A positive social environment where achievement
    is immediately rewarded
  • District staff trained managed by AdvancePath
  • Student community outreach
  • Auditing reporting to district for ADA
    submissions to state
  • Academy oversight management
  • Job Post-Secondary Preparation
  • District Provides
  • Facilities (3,000 sq/ft)
  • Coordination on Academy staff hiring and payroll
    administration
  • Project facilitator to work with AdvancePath
    implementation team
  • Support from business office to comply with state
    reporting and payment

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The AdvancePath Academy
  • Contemporary look and feel
  • State-of-the-art learning environment
  • Inviting and welcoming
  • A place students want to be

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Elements Of The AdvancePath Academy Program
The AdvancePath Program (focus of AdvancePath
Research and Development)
Curriculum
Culture
Staffing Training
Student Recruitment
Operations Technology
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Example Gilroy USD AdvancePath Academy
  • Academy Established April 2006
  • Current Enrollment 108 Students
  • Graduation Summary
  • April 2006 August 2006 3 Students
  • September 2006 June 2007 19 Students
  • September 2007 June 2008 54 Students (actual
    projected)
  • Total Graduates 76 Students
  • 50 of current graduates are enrolled a 2 or 4
    year college
  • Average time from enrollment to graduation 18
    months
  • Average Success Rate 77.5
  • Defined as a student graduating, continuing
    their studies or transferring to another school
    inside or outside the District.
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