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Title: P-20: A National Perspective and Keys to Success Jennifer Dounay Education Commission of the States For Joint Meeting of State Board of Regents/State Board of Education Orem, Utah July 16, 2009


1
P-20 A National Perspective and Keys to
Success Jennifer Dounay Education Commission of
the States For Joint Meeting of State Board of
Regents/State Board of Education Orem, Utah July
16, 2009
2
About ECS
  • 50-state education compact estd 1965
  • Nonpartisan, nonprofit
  • Supported by state fees, grants/contracts, fdn.
    and corporate donations
  • Serves all state-level education policymakers and
    their staffs
  • Governors
  • Legislators
  • State board members
  • State superintendents
  • SHEEOS and higher education leaders

3
Overview of Presentation
  • Whats P-16/P-20?
  • Why P-16?
  • P-16 by the numbers
  • Council agendas, accomplishments
  • Keys to success

4
What is P-20?
  • Does it make a difference what you call it?
    (K-16, P-16, P-20)
  • It may include a council
  • It can (and should be) more than a council
  • Data systems
  • Funding mechanisms
  • Ways of thinking
  • Public support
  • Legislation, rulemaking, executive decisionmaking

5
Passing the Buck
Middle schools
Elementary schools
Parents
Pre-K programs
High schools
  • 4-year institutions

Employers
2-year institutions
6
Rationale for P-20 Councils (contd)
  • Establishes formal expectation of and venue for
    collaboration
  • Helps states reach consensus among all players
    impacted by P-20 reform
  • Reduces likelihood of duplicative efforts among
    agencies
  • Decisionmaking through student perspective
  • Saves ( hopefully increases future tax
    revenues)

7
P-16 by the Numbers
  • According to ECS P-16/P-20 database
    (www.ecs.org/P-20)
  • 38 councils in 36 states (changes since 2008)
  • Scope
  • Transition over the years
  • K-16 2 councils
  • P-16 20 councils
  • P-20 14 councils
  • Pre-K-20 1 council
  • P-21 1 council

8
Whos on Board?
  • Why does it matter?
  • Early learning makes the P
  • Legislators Buy in and support
  • Can avoid politization by including majority
    minority members
  • Governor Sets tone for importance of work

9
P-16/P-20 Council Membership
  • Governors (7 councils, rep. on 13 other councils)
  • Gov or designee 5 councils
  • Legislators (18 states)
  • Chiefs
  • SHEEOs, 2- and 4-year presidents
  • Business and labor
  • Ideally, early learning reps. (16 states)
  • Others
  • Source www.ecs.org/P-20

10
What Councils Are Addressing
  • High school to postsecondary transitions 26
    states (can take many forms)
  • Data systems, use of data 19 states
  • Teachers recruitment, preparation, retention,
    prof. devt. 19 states
  • Postsec. retention/transfer/completion 13 states
  • Early learning 8 states

11
High School to Postsecondary Transitions
  • Indiana Core 40
  • Currently optional high school course sequence
  • Will become default HS curriculum, eff. Class of
    2011 and common public 4-year admissions reqt.
  • Includes Alg. I, geometry, Alg. II sequence, lab
    sciences aligned with research on college
    readiness, success
  • Greater students of all racial groups opting in
    each year
  • Class of 2008 73 of grads chose Core 40 (or
    even more rigorous honors curriculum)
  • End-of-course exams

12
IN and Utah, Class of 2011
Indiana Utah
English 4 4
Math 3 Algebra I, geometry, Algebra II 3 Elementary Algebra, geometry, 1 addl course
Science 3 biology chemistry or physics addl science 3 2 courses are chosen from earth systems, bio., chemistry, physics
Social studies 3 U.S. history .5 U.S. govt .5 economics world history 3 U.S. history .5 U.S. govt and citizenship .5 financial literacy .5 geography .5 world civilization
Health, P.E. 1.5 .5 health 1 P.E. 2 .5 health 1.5 P.E.
CTE 0 1
Ed. Tech. 0 .5
Arts 0 1.5
Electives 5 Chosen from arts, foreign lang., CTE 6 electives or addl locally-set unit requirements
Total 20 24
13
HS to PS Transitions (contd)
  • North Carolina Learn and Earn
  • Integrated dual enrollment option
  • 5 years Earn HS diploma and 2-year cred.
  • HS school-w/in-school or at 2- or 4-year campus
  • Attendance, coursetaking, graduation results
  • Kentucky Double the Numbers
  • Goal of doubling 4-year degree holders by 2020
  • Addressing 5 questions related to access,
    success and state outcomes
  • Gains in 2-, 4-year, advanced degree completion

14
Teaching Quality
  • Arizona
  • STEM research, training and communications
  • for STEM, special ed. teacher student loans
  • Scholarships to earn state Reading Endorsement
  • Kentucky
  • Large-scale projects to improve math, science
    instruction in middle grades
  • KY Virtual U. expand teacher PD opportunities
  • Louisiana
  • Using data to evaluation teacher prep. Programs
  • Restructuring of teacher cert. (P-3, 4-5, 6-12)

15
Aligned Data Systems
  • Colorado
  • Sharing records across state agencies
  • Unique identifier for early childhood students
  • New Hampshire
  • Combining P-16, workforce, economic devt.,
    demographic data
  • Increase academic success and economic opportunity

16
Early Learning
  • Not as frequently on state agendas
  • Hawaii
  • Includes EL in council leadership
  • Capturing the Momentum Kellogg grant
  • High-quality P-3 learning environments
  • Indiana
  • Policies and funding for full-day kindergarten

17
17-20?
  • Not much in this arena
  • North Carolina
  • Masters of ed. admin. program revision

18
Keys to Success
  • Three As
  • Actors
  • Agenda
  • Appropriation of resources
  • Nov. 2008 P-16/P-20 Councils Landmines policy
    brief

19
Actors
  • Goldilocks Not too big, not too small
  • Legislators
  • Can move ideas to adoption
  • IN, OH, AZ states that have made progress
  • Governors
  • AZ, IN, NC, RI states that have made progress
  • Two-tiered structure
  • GA, NC swear by this

20
Agenda Setting Goals
  • Dont know if youre getting there if you dont
    know where youre going
  • Numeric goals, based on reliable data
  • 16 states
  • Most goals re HS or PS completion
  • GA, IN, FL all good examples

21
Floridas Next Generation P-20 Benchmarks
  • Approved by state board Dec. 2008
  • Six focus areas, including
  • Improve college/career readiness
  • Expand opps. for PS degrees and certs.
  • Align resources to strategic goals
  • 2007-08 baseline data
  • Annual perf. measures FY09 to FY15
  • www.fldoe.org/Strategic_Plan/pdfs/StrategicPlanApp
    roved.pdf

22
FL benchmarks Sample view
23
Appropriation of Resources
  • Financial resources
  • Communications can build public support
  • Human resources
  • Research policy solutions
  • Support policy/program implementation

24
Financial Resources
  • State funds (leg. appropriation or built in
    agencies budgets) 22 states
  • Other funds 10 states
  • Foundation
  • Business
  • Federal
  • Sustainability NE, WY

25
Human Resources
  • Council supported by min. .5 FTE 21 councils
  • Include councils that have made substantial gains
  • GA Each agency contributes for exec.
    directors salary

26
ECS Resources
  • Answers to your questions
  • P-16 councils database www.ecs.org/p-20
  • P-16 landmines policy brief
  • P-16 council considerations worksheet
  • Coming soon
  • P-20 with No Money policy brief
  • ?P-16 councils support group?

27
  • jdounay_at_ecs.org
  • 303.299.3689
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