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Title: Louisiana TAP


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Louisiana TAP
Preparing students to compete in a global
economy!
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A talented teacher
makes all the difference.
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Began Louisiana TAP in 2003-2004
TAP aligned to the vision of Race to the TOP
provides dramatically different professional
development
promising work of TAP unprecedented
commitment
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Louisiana TAP Growth 2009-2010 Schools and
Districts
  • 18 School Systems
  • 14 Local School Districts
  • Recovery School District
  • Charter Organizations
  • ACSA
  • ABR
  • Independent Charter School
  • 41 TAP Schools
  • 14 Year One Schools
  • 15 Year Two Schools
  • 12 Year Three Schools
  • 27 Pre-TAP Schools

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Caddo (1)
Delhi Charter (1)
Desoto (5)
Natchitoches (1)
Rapides (2)
Algiers Charter School Association (9)
St. Tammany(1)
EBR (2)
Recovery School District (10)
Ascension (2)
Iberia (2)
Jefferson (2)
St. Bernard (3)
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TAP Growth Students
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TAP schools tend to serve greater proportions of
minority students (87) and those eligible to
receive free/reduced lunch (87) than Louisiana
schools in general(51 and 64.5). Over the
years, TAP has served more and more students of
low income and minority families.
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HOW DOES TAP WORK?
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  • The teachers instructional performance
  • Student achievement growth in his/her classroom
  • Student achievement growth of the school (as a
    whole)

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Value added
student achievement growth measured over time.
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For teacher in state-tested subjects
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For teacher in non-state-tested subjects
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Louisiana TAP Results
  • National Honors
  • Statewide Assessments
  • School Value-Added Scores

Advancing Student Achievement through Improved
Teaching
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TAP Founders Award
  • Full and proficient implementation of all four
    TAP elements
  • Proficient scores on TAP program reviews
  • Achievement according to state and federal
    measures
  • Forest Hill Elementary 2008 National Awardee)
  • Hazel Park/Hilda Knoff 2009 National Awardee

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Louisiana TAP Results
  • In 15 of the 16 state level assessments, Math and
    ELA scores in TAP Schools increased from 2008 to
    2009.
  • Change in of TAP Students Scoring Basic or
    Above from 2007-2008 to 2008-2009

Grade of schools Test ELA Math
3 18 iLEAP 0.4 1.5
4 19 LEAP 6.3 - 1.7
5 18 iLEAP 4.3 5.3
6 17 iLEAP 10.7 14.7
7 15 iLEAP 1.0 7.7
8 14 LEAP 4.9 7.0
9 5 iLEAP 6.6 14.6
10 5 GEE 8.4 15.5
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  • Results TAP Schools at least doubled the state
    gains in 4th, 5th, 9th, and 10th grade ELA.

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?Results TAP Schools at least doubled the
state gains in 5th, 8th, 9th, and 10th grade
math.
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The longer a Louisiana school participated in
TAP, the higher its percentages of students
scoring BASIC or ABOVE on iLEAP 3rd grade and
LEAP 4th grade ELA and MATH in and 2009
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Louisiana Value Added ScoresPercent of Schools
with Specific Value-Added Scores
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Value Added Scores of ACSA2007-2008


Alice Harte Dwight Eisenhower Edna Karr Martin
Behrman O. Perry Walker William J. Fischer
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Value Added Scores of ACSA2008-2009
Alice Harte Dwight Eisenhower Edna Karr Harriet
Tubman Martin Behrman McDonogh 32 O. Perry
Walker William J. Fischer


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Financing TAP What are the
Costs?
  • Estimated to cost approximately 300-400 per
    student annually amount varies based on
    existing structures at the school site
  • Funds are needed to
  • Pay salary addendums to master/mentor teachers
  • Provide performance awards
  • Professional Development Expenses materials,
    travel, substitutes
  • Hire replacements for master teachers
  • Hire specialists to free up regular teachers to
    attend cluster
  • Data management and analysis tools

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Financing TAP What are the Sources of
Revenue?
  • Reallocation/redirection of existing funds
  • Federal Funds Title I, Title II, IDEA
  • State Funds 8(g)
  • Local district operational budgets
  • Foundations and private businesses
  • Future .
  • ARRA (American Recovery and Reinvestment Act)
  • Race to the Top
  • Stimulus Innovation Funds
  • Teacher Incentive Funds

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At first, people refuse to believe that a
strange new thing can be done. then they begin
to hope it can be done. then they see it can
be done then the whole world wonders why it
was not done a long time ago.
The Secret Garden Frances Hodgson
Burnett, 1911
CONTACT INFORMATION Sheila TalamoTAP State
Directorsheila.talamo_at_la.gov225-342-6975 or
225-572-9586
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