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Title: 2009-2010 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Enhancing Education through Technology Grant: Improving Instruction Through Regional Data Initiatives


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2009-2010 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
Enhancing Education through Technology Grant
Improving Instruction Through Regional Data
Initiatives
  • Title II, Part D program as part of the American
    Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009,
    CFDA Number 84.386

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Michigan Data Director Consortium (MDDC)
  • Regional Application
  • Calhoun ISD as
  • fiscal agent
  • Barry ISD
  • Berrien RESA
  • Branch ISD
  • Eaton ISD
  • Hillsdale ISD
  • Jackson County ISD
  • Lenawee ISD
  • Livingston
  • Macomb ISD
  • Gratiot-Isabella RESD
  • Washtenaw ISD

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Key Attributes
  • Existing data warehousing systems
  • DataDirector and Michigans Data for Student
    Success (Data4SS)
  • Professional learning around
  • analyzing State data
  • analyzing school data
  • analyzing student work
  • monitoring classroom achievement

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Enhancements for DataDirector
  • Additional pre-built reports
  • Expanded sharing of customized reports
  • Stronger item bank content alignment
  • Additional features for compliance reporting

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Common Formative and Summative Assessments
  • Curriculum alignment
  • Efficacy of teacher practice
  • Successful professional development
  • Successful student intervention strategies

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Principal Leadership
  • Classroom observations supported by data
  • Selection of professional development
  • Shared leadership with PLCs
  • Effective use of time

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Project Design of Professional Development
  • Training on data tools
  • Two-day summer institutes
  • A minimum of two days of local PLC professional
    development each year.

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MAISA Role
  • Overarching professional learning community to
    develop
  • Interfacing Regional Data Initiatives with the
    Data for Student Success (D4SS) project
  • Interfacing Regional Data Initiatives with
    district student information systems
  • Developing common professional development
    programs
  • Recommending a common set of state and national
    course definitions to improve the transmission of
    secondary credit information across the K12
    system and between K12 and higher education.
  • Facilitating research relationships with teacher
    preparation institutions.
  • Purchasing and sharing of tools and resources for
    differentiated instruction.
  • Developing a common set of reports to assist
    schools in identifying those students most at
    risk of dropping out that will help facilitate
    schools in addressing and lowering dropout rates
    based on the early warning sign research
    (http//www.betterhighschools.org/topics/DropoutWa
    rningSigns.asp)
  • Evaluating the impact of Regional Data
    Initiatives in terms of instructional impact.
  • First meeting occurs November 19 and 20

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Breakdown of Grant Monies
  • The LISD expects to receive 122,400 by January
    15, 2010.
  • 12,000 assigned to purchase item bank questions
    for interim course assessments (formative)
    aligned to secondary priority standards
  • 110,400 assigned to professional development for
    increasing the capacity of our data warehouse
    initiative
  • Summer Damp Camp stipends, food, and resources
  • Stipends, food, and resources for development of
    performance assessments (summative) aligned to
    secondary priority expectations

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LEA Assurance
  • 1. We will incorporate the Regional Data
    Initiative program into our educational practices
    at the classroom level. 
  • Each building has a Data Team, capable of
    producing reports in DataDirector.
  • The LISD will continue to support increasing the
    capacity of data roles.

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LEA Assurance
  • 2. We will provide software interface capability
    between the Regional Data Initiatives and our
    student information system to facilitate the
    interchange of data. 
  • eSchool Plus is our source for demographic data
    for our student-based data warehouse

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LEA Assurance
  •  3. We will dedicate at least four professional
    development days over two school years for all
    instructional staff and administrators for
    professional development related to the use of
    data to improve instruction.
  • We will work with your data team to implement a
    schedule that will impact all of your
    instructional staff and administrators.

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LEA Assurance
  • 4. We will participate in the Regional Data
    Initiative during the FY2009-10, FY2010-11, and
    FY2011-12 school years.
  • We expect to continue the consortium agreements
    beyond our current three year agreement. 

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LEA Assurance
  • 5. We will fully participate in the collective
    evaluation of the Regional Data Initiatives Title
    IID grant program, including completing surveys
    and providing additional information to assist in
    determining program effectiveness and impact on
    student achievement. 
  • We have been collecting survey information and
    sharing results with you.
  • We will continue to monitor the effectiveness of
    our data warehouse initiative.

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LEA Assurance
  •  6. We give permission to the Regional Data
    Initiative to use district data for research
    purposes of improving education policy and
    practice and the preparation of teachers. 
  • We will be working with our research partner,
    Central Michigan University.

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LEA Assurance
  •  7. We agree to using or aligning with a common
    set of standards to determine personnel
    technology skill level with all instructional
    staff observed and report these determinations in
    the Registry of Educational Professionals (REP)
    as required.
  • We will deliver online courses for teachers on
    21things for the 21st Century Educator.

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LEA Assurance
  •  8. We agree to using or aligning with a common
    set of standards to determine the technological
    literacy of all 8th grade students and report
    these assessment results in the Michigan
    Electronic Grants System (MEGS) as required.
  • At present, this addendum was not funded.

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Next Steps by November 30
  • All districts who wish to participate must have
    their level 5 MEGS person complete the assurances
    process
  • Once in the Title II, Part D ARRA grant
  • Click on Grant Consortium Acceptance Form
  • Click Accept the invitation and assurances
    above button
  • No response means you are not participating

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  • Click on Grant Consortium Acceptance
    Information
  • Do not click Assurances

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