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Title: Strategic Planning Session


1
Strategic Planning Session
SM
  • February 15-16, 2007
  • CoDIF
  • Joe Trampenau

2
Agenda
Who We Are
How We Do It
Products
How We Help
District Success
  • Strategy and Planning
  • Data Driven Decision Making
  • What does it mean?
  • Where are you on the road to exemplary?
  • Tools for Data Driven Decision Making
  • The Net Effect
  • School Performance Management

3
SchoolNet Background
  • Mission
  • Improve The Worlds Education Systems
  • Strategy
  • Use Data To Increase Academic Achievement

4
Strategic Planning in the 21st Century
  • Todays Concepts
  • Data Driven Decision Making
  • Sharing Best Practice
  • Technology Tools
  • Leadership
  • Professional Development
  • Assessment

5
Imagine a world where
  • The principal meets with grade level or subject
    area teacher teams every 10 days to discuss
    student performance and progress toward goals
  • Every teacher in the meeting takes a turn to
    identify students scoring below grade level on
    the last classroom or school assessment and the
    performance objectives on which the student had
    trouble to
  • Determine remediation strategies to support
    those students
  • Suggest professional development that might be
    helpful in teaching the content better next
    time
  • Teacher teams plan lessons collaboratively and
    discuss what worked and didnt work on a regular
    basis
  • Students have goals for each performance
    objective, grade their own assessments, and
    identify the standards on which they need help
  • Student test scores increase!

6
In the REAL world, it HAS happened.
  • Anson Jones Middle School, Northside, Texas
  • 87 low income
  • 93 minority
  • Increase from 65 - 86.6 on Math Section of TX
    state test from 2003 to 2004
  • Oak Park School District, Detroit, Michigan
  • 3,376 students
  • Primarily African American
  • Increase from 15.2 to 86.1 on Math Section of
    the MI state test from 1994 1999
  • The Results Fieldbook, Mike Schmoker
  • Milwaukee Public Schools
  • 16th largest district in U.S.
  • Over 100,000 students
  • Most racially diverse and economically
    disadvantaged district in WI
  • Increase from 23 - 46 scoring proficient in
    Math from 1998 1999
  • of schools meeting Board Goals increased from
    10 to 64 schools
  • The Results Fieldbook, Mike Schmoker

7
Are There Common Characteristics?
  • Leadership Strategy
  • Curriculum
  • Instruction
  • Assessment
  • Professional Development
  • Data
  • Technology

8
The Road To Exemplary Practice
  • An Exercise.

9
Defining the Rubric On the Road to Exemplary
Practice
10
Stages of Becoming High Performing and Data
Driven District/School in
Leadership and Strategy
11
Stages of Becoming a High Performing and Data
Driven District/School in
Curriculum
12
Stages of Becoming High Performing and Data
Driven District/School in
Instruction
13
Stages of Becoming High Performing and Data
Driven District/School in
Assessment
14
Stages of Becoming High Performing and Data
Driven District/School in
Professional Development
15
Stages of Becoming High Performing and Data
Driven District/School in
Technology
16
Stages of Becoming High Performing and Data
Driven District/School in
Data
17
Exemplary Schools Have Common Traits
  • Anson Jones Middle School, Northside, Texas
  • Oak Park School District, Detroit, Michigan
  • Milwaukee Public Schools
  • Frankford Elementary, Frankford, DE

18
Common Traits Among Exemplary Districts
Leadership and Strategy
  • District has defined goals for student
    achievement
  • District has defined a balanced assessment
    program
  • District policy supports collaborative planning
    time for students and teachers
  • Principals are expected to support teachers by
    meeting with them regularly
  • to plan for student success and teacher
    professional development

Curriculum
  • Standards are organized to scope, sequence,
    pacing guide,
  • Scope, sequence and pacing guide is used district
    wide
  • Classroom activities and assignments are aligned
    to the standards
  • Teachers teach according to the district scope
    and sequence
  • Teachers collaborate at least several times a
    week to plan instruction and review what worked
    and what did not

Instruction
Assessment
  • Benchmark and classroom assessments are aligned
    to the scope, sequence and performance
    objectives
  • A variety of assessments are used to diagnose
    student needs and
  • differentiate instruction

19
Underlying Assumptions (contd)
Professional Development
  • Teacher professional development needs
    determined by student outcomes
  • Professional development offerings are aligned
    to standards
  • Teachers professional development is on-going
    through regular collaborative planning sessions
    focused on building best practice

Data
  • SIS IDs align to state, benchmark and classroom
    assessment IDs
  • Assessment data is broken down by performance
    objective
  • Assessment data is readily available to
    teachers and students

Technology
  • Teachers have access 24/7 to the Internet
  • Teachers can access and manipulate on-line
    student information, achievement data and
    curriculum materials through one log in

20
Using Technology to Support Exemplary Practice
  • School Performance
  • Management (SPM) Systems

21
Examples of Best Practice
School District of Philadelphia 200,000
Students 238 schools Tripled the number of
schools that met AYP Chicago Public
Schools 438,000 Students 600 Schools
22
Frequent District Challenges
  • Data
  • Silos of data
  • No true data source
  • Instruction
  • Poor classroom access to data and content
  • Strategies arent impacting the classroom
  • Difficulties benchmarking progress
  • Human Capital
  • Inability to measure impact of PD on skill growth
    and student achievement
  • Difficulty identifying and developing top talent
  • Communication
  • Limited sharing of best practices
  • Low parental involvement

23
Who Is SchoolNet?
  • Leader in School Performance Management Systems
  • Instructional Management Systems
  • Data Warehousing
  • Reporting and Analysis
  • Business Intelligence
  • Formative and Summative Assessment
  • Curriculum Management
  • Instructional Management
  • Professional Learning Communities
  • Human Capital Management Systems
  • Recruitment
  • Professional Development Management
  • Competency Model
  • Succession Planning and Career Advancement
  • Performance Appraisal

24
Sample Partner School Districts
  • New York City Dept of Education
  • School District of Philadelphia
  • Fulton County Schools
  • Cleveland Municipal School District
  • Columbus Public Schools
  • Wichita Public Schools
  • Pittsburgh Public Schools
  • Newport News Public Schools
  • Albuquerque Public Schools
  • Chicago Public Schools
  • Virginia Beach City Public Schools
  • Northside (San Antonio) ISD
  • District of Columbia Public Schools
  • Atlanta Public Schools
  • Corpus Christi ISD
  • Mesquite ISD
  • Red Clay Consolidated School District

25
School Performance Management Solutions
  • SPM solutions enable districts to quickly
    identify problem areas, implement systemic
    change, measure results and foster the sharing of
    best practices to replicate successes
    district-wide.
  • Centralized
  • Flexible
  • Immediate
  • Repeatable
  • Proven
  • Content Neutral
  • Role Specific

26
Leverage Existing Resources
ProfessionalDevelopment
Standards
FinanceData
Curriculum
HRData
Scope and Sequence
InstructionalMaterials
ProgramData
HighlyQualified
Assessment Items
SIS
Assessment Results
27
Leverage Existing Resources
Standards
ProfessionalDevelopment
Curriculum
FinanceData
HRData
Scope and Sequence
ProgramData
InstructionalMaterials
Assessment Items
SIS
Assessment Results
HighlyQualified
28
Leverage Existing Resources
Standards
ProfessionalDevelopment
Curriculum
FinanceData
Scope and Sequence
HR Data
Teachers
Administrators
InstructionalMaterials
ProgramData
Assessment Items
SIS
Assessment Results
HighlyQualified
Parents
Students
29
SPM Supports Continuous Improvement
  • Improve Administrative Efficiency
  • Decreased mobility issues
  • Better substitute teaching
  • Access to relevant metrics
  • Improve Instructional Effectiveness
  • Understand impact of instruction in real time
  • Share best practices
  • Collaborate on student learning
  • Improve Institutional Productivity
  • Build Professional Learning Communities
  • Understand impact and value of PD
  • Streamline institutional services

30
Administrators
The Ultimate Management Tool for School Leadership
  • Define and deploy district-wide school
    improvement frameworks
  • Monitor and manage progress towards
    accountability targets
  • Measure the impact of curriculum, professional
    development and supplemental programs to
    determine allocation of budget and resources

Key Features
  • District Profile
  • Stoplight Reports
  • Benchmark Assessment
  • Growth Reports
  • Key Performance Indicators
  • Discipline Reporting
  • PD Management
  • Mobility Reporting
  • Mentor/Coach Monitoring

31
Principals
The Ultimate Management Console for School
Leadership
  • Evaluate school performance relative to district
    defined performance goals
  • Develop a professional learning community around
    sharing best practice
  • Develop goals, related professional development
    and coaching to ensure no teacher is left behind

Key Features
  • School Profile
  • Stoplight Reports
  • Benchmark Assessment
  • Growth Reports
  • Key Performance Indicators
  • Discipline Reporting
  • PD Management
  • Mobility Reporting
  • Mentor/Coach Monitoring

32
Teachers
Immediate access to critical student data and
instructional content
  • Use data to differentiate instruction at the
    group and individual student level
  • Organize your day with professional planning
    tools including instructional calendar, lesson
    planner and standards mastery and item analysis
    data
  • Deploy classroom assessments to frequently
    monitor student progress toward standards

Key Features
  • Classroom Profile
  • Lesson Planner
  • Student Profile
  • Teacher Web Pages
  • Scope and Sequence
  • Item Analysis
  • Classroom Assessments
  • Resource and Materials Bank
  • PD Management
  • Curriculum Guides
  • Individual and Group Learning Plans
  • Standards Mastery

33
Parents
Immediate access to critical student data and
instructional content
  • Monitor your childrens progress towards mastery
    of standards
  • Access information and resources on classroom,
    school and district activities
  • Participate in forums and other activities to
    stay involved in your childs education

Key Features
  • Discussion Forums
  • Message Boards
  • Email Notifications
  • School Calendars
  • Student Profiles
  • Access to Resources
  • Teacher Web Pages

34
School Performance Management Systems
  • Defining Characteristics

35
Success Stories
  • SCHOOL DISTRICT OF PHILADELPHIA
  • Challenge
  • Test scores falling below average
  • Solution
  • Product implementation
  • Impact
  • Nearly tripling the number of schools attaining
    AYP goals (58 to 160) in 2004

36
Success Stories
  • NEW YORK CITY DOE
  • Challenge
  • Lack of support for new teachers leading to high
    teacher turnover
  • Solution
  • Implement full-time release mentors and manage
    program using SchoolNet PD Planner to track
    mentoring assignments, professional development,
    and teacher retention for over 6,000 new teachers
  • Impact
  • Improved management and measurement of induction
    program which ultimately lead to dramatic
    reduction in new teacher turnover

37
Success Stories
  • CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT ISD
  • Challenge
  • Curriculum and lesson plans
  • Solution
  • Product implementation
  • Created online resource bank of over 7,000
    lesson plans, resource bank of exemplary units
    and in process of disseminating an interactive
    curriculum
  • Impact
  • Exemplary units available system-wide

38
SchoolNet The School Performance Network
  • SchoolNet is a growing network of K-12 districts,
    educators, students and parents that communicate,
    collaborate and share best practices
  • SchoolNet User Groups (SNUG)
  • Professional Learning Communities
  • Cross District Material Sharing
  • EduStat National Conference
  • The Doyle Report
  • SchoolNets Vision is to Improve the Worlds
    Educational Systems
  • Data fosters continuous, systematic gains in
    student achievement, teacher proficiency and
    school quality
  • SchoolNet is a foundation for professional
    learning communities an ever-expanding network
    of people, ideas, innovation and best practices
    that bring equity, attainment and excellence to
    all of our schools and all of our learners
  • The Net Effect Accelerated Achievement!

39
What Can I Do Today?
  • Bring the Road Map back to Leadership
  • Other resources
  • The Blueprint Solutions
  • Leadership for 21st Century Skills
  • http//www.21stcenturyskills.org
  • CODIF Website
  • http//codif.blackboard.com

40
What Can I Do Today?
  • Reflect
  • Administrators
  • How do I plan for success?
  • Principals
  • How can I optimize teaching and learning?
  • Teachers
  • How can I support leadership, experience personal
    growth and meet the needs of 21st Century
    Learners
  • Technology Staff
  • How can I better support teaching and learning?
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