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High School Redesign Commission January 23,
2009
3
Linda Johnson, BESE Member High School Redesign
Commission Chair
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Paul Pastorek, State Superintendent Louisiana
Department of Education Vision Create a World
Class Education System for All Students in
Louisiana
5
College and Career Ready Policy Institute
PARTNERS
  • NGA
  • Achieve
  • Education Counsel
  • Jobs for the Future
  • Data Quality Campaign
  • 8 States

6
CCRPI Participating States
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • Georgia
  • Louisiana
  • Minnesota
  • New Mexico
  • Ohio
  • Tennessee

7
CCRPI State Teams
  • Leadership Team
  • Governors Cabinet
  • Business Leaders
  • BESE Leadership
  • Work Team
  • Governors Cabinet Designees
  • Business Leaders Designees
  • LDoE Executive Leadership
  • Higher Education Leadership

8
CCRPI Areas of Focus
  • Policy Context
  • Goals
  • Data
  • Measures and Metrics
  • Supports and Interventions
  • Systemic Strategies

9
CCRPI Timeline
  • Summer 2008Selection of Participating States
  • September 2008Launch of CCRPI
  • November 2008Leadership Session One
  • February 2009Submission of Draft One Work Plan
  • March 2009Leadership Session Two
  • June 2009Submission of Draft Two Work Plan
  • November 2009Leadership Session Three
  • Winter 2009Completion of Final Policy Plan
  • January 2010Submission to Governing Bodies for
    Action

10
CCRPI Expected Outcomes
  • Prioritization of State Policy
  • Collaboration with Peer States
  • Access to National Consultants
  • Transformation to High Value High Schools
  • College and Career Ready Graduates
  • Stronger Work Force
  • Collaborative Culture Across State Agencies and
    Stakeholders
  • Improved Quality of Life for Louisianas Citizens

11
Career and Technical Education
Building the Bridge for Tomorrows Workforce
12
Change Is In The Air
  • Vision, Mission, Goals
  • CTE Update
  • Funding

13
Zachary Community
City of Baker
3
14
Zachary Community
City of Baker
3
15
Zachary Community
City of Baker
3
16
Job Market Readiness
  • Industry-Based Certifications 2,049
  • CTE Dual Enrollment4,846
  • CTE Articulated Credit17,187
  • Work-Based Learning Student Income-8,741,856

17
Business/Industry Partnerships
  • Advisory Committee
  • 22 members
  • IBC Partnerships
  • CTE Instructor Training

18
Bringing Relevance to Academic Rigor
  • CTE coursestransfer of academic skills
  • Employability Skills
  • Preparation for Post-Secondary
  • Work-ready beyond entry level positions

19
Commission Recommendation Graduation Index
Student Result Points
Academic Endorsement 180
Career/Technical Endorsement 160
Student Result Points
Academic Endorsement 180
Career/Technical Endorsement 160
TOPS Opportunity Award 160
BESE Approved Industry Based Certification OR TOPS Tech and Dual Enrollment OR TOPS Tech and Articulated Credit 140
Regular HS Diploma 120
GED 90
Skills Certificate/Certificate of Achievement 60
Attender 30
Dropout 0
20
EMPLoY Educational Mission to Prepare
Louisianas Youth January 23, 2009
21
Overview
  • Need for Plan
  • In 2005-2006, students in the 7th through 12th
    grade dropped out at a rate of 6.9, or more than
    18,000 per year.
  • Almost 10,000 enter the GED/Options program each
    year with less than 600 exiting with a GED and
    fewer with a Nationally Recognized Skill
    Certificate
  • Many of these students end up in the Juvenile
    Justice System or on the streets

22
Plan of Action
  • Department of Education crafted a plan in
    conjunction with
  • Workforce Commission
  • Office of Juvenile Justice
  • Department of Corrections
  • LCTCS
  • Department of Social Services
  • Department of Health and Hospitals
  • The Governors Office

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Charge
  • Craft a plan to address
  • Immediate action to help potential dropouts in
    the short-term to be successful and to exit
    school with a meaningful credential
  • Intermediate plan to focus on students in grades
    6-9 to provide interventions to make them
    successful
  • Long-term plan to fix the system

24
Immediate Action
  • Looked at data to determine where to focus
    immediate actions
  • Decided to target the districts with high number
    of students in Options Program and over age
    students in grade level
  • 14 districts targeted for immediate action
    beginning in January
  • Focus -- Options students

25
Selection Process
  • Capacity at the local level
  • Adequate numbers of students
  • Adequate numbers of teachers
  • IBC offerings for Options Students
  • Close proximity to an LTC campus
  • Areas with high job demand

26
Participating Districts
  • Jefferson
  • Ouachita
  • Rapides
  • St. Tammany
  • Terrebonne
  • Vermilion
  • Winn
  • Ascension
  • Assumption
  • Avoyelles
  • Bossier
  • Caddo
  • Calcasieu
  • Iberia

27
Piloting 3 Tiers of Options
  • Tier 1 Students functioning at 7th grade and
    above
  • Tier 2 Students functioning between 4th and 6th
    grade levels
  • Tier 3 Students functioning below 4th grade
    level

28
Tiers 2 and 3
  • January 2009 Approximately 1,200
  • Intensive reading instruction to get students
    functioning level up to 7th grade level so that
    they can enter Tier 1 pathway (limited number at
    no cost)
  • Voyager Journeys and Voyager Ticket to Read
  • Jamestown Reading Navigator
  • System 44 (Must have Read 180)
  • Fast ForWord
  • Achieve 3000

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Tier 1 Approximately 540
  • Five components JAG Model
  • Basic Skills Training toward GED intensive use
    of scripted curriculum and Pilot software
    literacy programs (Achieve 3000 and Fast ForWord)
  • Enroll students in IBC or dual enrollment in high
    wage/high demand occupation training
  • Provide paid work experience/internship for
    students
  • Provide adult mentor for each student
  • Provide soft skill competency training

30
Commitment Needed
  • LEAs
  • Teachers participated in curriculum and software
    training on December 15th
  • Signed fidelity of use agreement for software
    program
  • Pre/Post test students (TABE) and submit results
    to DOE
  • Work with LCTCS to enroll students in IBC
    training
  • Work with WIBs on providing students with work
    experience
  • Assign each student an adult mentor

31
Commitment Needed
  • RESC and CCTCs working as a team
  • (Regional Education Service Centers and College
    and Career Transition Coordinators)
  • Help LEAs determine target students for Tier 1
  • Help LEAs with parent notification to complete
    Dual Enrollment Applications (due back to LEAs by
    1/6/09)
  • Work with targeted students 5year plans to
    determine interest and aptitude and Career
    Pathway
  • Work with LCTCS to enroll students in IBC
    training based on students identified Career
    Pathway
  • Work with WIBs on providing students with work
    experience aligned with identified Career Pathway
  • Assign each student an adult mentor

32
Funding
  • DOE to pay for Dual Enrollment using CTE state
    funds.
  • Software vendors providing programs and training
    free of charge.
  • Hope to receive funds for JAG Job Specialists in
    each district.

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Title: High School Redesign Commission


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(No Transcript)
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High School Redesign Commission January 23,
2009
3
Linda Johnson, BESE Member High School Redesign
Commission Chair
4
Paul Pastorek, State Superintendent Louisiana
Department of Education Vision Create a World
Class Education System for All Students in
Louisiana
5
College and Career Ready Policy Institute
PARTNERS
  • NGA
  • Achieve
  • Education Counsel
  • Jobs for the Future
  • Data Quality Campaign
  • 8 States

6
CCRPI Participating States
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • Georgia
  • Louisiana
  • Minnesota
  • New Mexico
  • Ohio
  • Tennessee

7
CCRPI State Teams
  • Leadership Team
  • Governors Cabinet
  • Business Leaders
  • BESE Leadership
  • Work Team
  • Governors Cabinet Designees
  • Business Leaders Designees
  • LDoE Executive Leadership
  • Higher Education Leadership

8
CCRPI Areas of Focus
  • Policy Context
  • Goals
  • Data
  • Measures and Metrics
  • Supports and Interventions
  • Systemic Strategies

9
CCRPI Timeline
  • Summer 2008Selection of Participating States
  • September 2008Launch of CCRPI
  • November 2008Leadership Session One
  • February 2009Submission of Draft One Work Plan
  • March 2009Leadership Session Two
  • June 2009Submission of Draft Two Work Plan
  • November 2009Leadership Session Three
  • Winter 2009Completion of Final Policy Plan
  • January 2010Submission to Governing Bodies for
    Action

10
CCRPI Expected Outcomes
  • Prioritization of State Policy
  • Collaboration with Peer States
  • Access to National Consultants
  • Transformation to High Value High Schools
  • College and Career Ready Graduates
  • Stronger Work Force
  • Collaborative Culture Across State Agencies and
    Stakeholders
  • Improved Quality of Life for Louisianas Citizens

11
Career and Technical Education
Building the Bridge for Tomorrows Workforce
12
Change Is In The Air
  • Vision, Mission, Goals
  • CTE Update
  • Funding

13
Zachary Community
City of Baker
3
14
Zachary Community
City of Baker
3
15
Zachary Community
City of Baker
3
16
Job Market Readiness
  • Industry-Based Certifications 2,049
  • CTE Dual Enrollment4,846
  • CTE Articulated Credit17,187
  • Work-Based Learning Student Income-8,741,856

17
Business/Industry Partnerships
  • Advisory Committee
  • 22 members
  • IBC Partnerships
  • CTE Instructor Training

18
Bringing Relevance to Academic Rigor
  • CTE coursestransfer of academic skills
  • Employability Skills
  • Preparation for Post-Secondary
  • Work-ready beyond entry level positions

19
Commission Recommendation Graduation Index
Student Result Points
Academic Endorsement 180
Career/Technical Endorsement 160
Student Result Points
Academic Endorsement 180
Career/Technical Endorsement 160
TOPS Opportunity Award 160
BESE Approved Industry Based Certification OR TOPS Tech and Dual Enrollment OR TOPS Tech and Articulated Credit 140
Regular HS Diploma 120
GED 90
Skills Certificate/Certificate of Achievement 60
Attender 30
Dropout 0
20
EMPLoY Educational Mission to Prepare
Louisianas Youth January 23, 2009
21
Overview
  • Need for Plan
  • In 2005-2006, students in the 7th through 12th
    grade dropped out at a rate of 6.9, or more than
    18,000 per year.
  • Almost 10,000 enter the GED/Options program each
    year with less than 600 exiting with a GED and
    fewer with a Nationally Recognized Skill
    Certificate
  • Many of these students end up in the Juvenile
    Justice System or on the streets

22
Plan of Action
  • Department of Education crafted a plan in
    conjunction with
  • Workforce Commission
  • Office of Juvenile Justice
  • Department of Corrections
  • LCTCS
  • Department of Social Services
  • Department of Health and Hospitals
  • The Governors Office

23
Charge
  • Craft a plan to address
  • Immediate action to help potential dropouts in
    the short-term to be successful and to exit
    school with a meaningful credential
  • Intermediate plan to focus on students in grades
    6-9 to provide interventions to make them
    successful
  • Long-term plan to fix the system

24
Immediate Action
  • Looked at data to determine where to focus
    immediate actions
  • Decided to target the districts with high number
    of students in Options Program and over age
    students in grade level
  • 14 districts targeted for immediate action
    beginning in January
  • Focus -- Options students

25
Selection Process
  • Capacity at the local level
  • Adequate numbers of students
  • Adequate numbers of teachers
  • IBC offerings for Options Students
  • Close proximity to an LTC campus
  • Areas with high job demand

26
Participating Districts
  • Jefferson
  • Ouachita
  • Rapides
  • St. Tammany
  • Terrebonne
  • Vermilion
  • Winn
  • Ascension
  • Assumption
  • Avoyelles
  • Bossier
  • Caddo
  • Calcasieu
  • Iberia

27
Piloting 3 Tiers of Options
  • Tier 1 Students functioning at 7th grade and
    above
  • Tier 2 Students functioning between 4th and 6th
    grade levels
  • Tier 3 Students functioning below 4th grade
    level

28
Tiers 2 and 3
  • January 2009 Approximately 1,200
  • Intensive reading instruction to get students
    functioning level up to 7th grade level so that
    they can enter Tier 1 pathway (limited number at
    no cost)
  • Voyager Journeys and Voyager Ticket to Read
  • Jamestown Reading Navigator
  • System 44 (Must have Read 180)
  • Fast ForWord
  • Achieve 3000

29
Tier 1 Approximately 540
  • Five components JAG Model
  • Basic Skills Training toward GED intensive use
    of scripted curriculum and Pilot software
    literacy programs (Achieve 3000 and Fast ForWord)
  • Enroll students in IBC or dual enrollment in high
    wage/high demand occupation training
  • Provide paid work experience/internship for
    students
  • Provide adult mentor for each student
  • Provide soft skill competency training

30
Commitment Needed
  • LEAs
  • Teachers participated in curriculum and software
    training on December 15th
  • Signed fidelity of use agreement for software
    program
  • Pre/Post test students (TABE) and submit results
    to DOE
  • Work with LCTCS to enroll students in IBC
    training
  • Work with WIBs on providing students with work
    experience
  • Assign each student an adult mentor

31
Commitment Needed
  • RESC and CCTCs working as a team
  • (Regional Education Service Centers and College
    and Career Transition Coordinators)
  • Help LEAs determine target students for Tier 1
  • Help LEAs with parent notification to complete
    Dual Enrollment Applications (due back to LEAs by
    1/6/09)
  • Work with targeted students 5year plans to
    determine interest and aptitude and Career
    Pathway
  • Work with LCTCS to enroll students in IBC
    training based on students identified Career
    Pathway
  • Work with WIBs on providing students with work
    experience aligned with identified Career Pathway
  • Assign each student an adult mentor

32
Funding
  • DOE to pay for Dual Enrollment using CTE state
    funds.
  • Software vendors providing programs and training
    free of charge.
  • Hope to receive funds for JAG Job Specialists in
    each district.

33
QUESTIONS?
34
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