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Title: Title I Schoolwide Planning and Implementation in Small Rural Schools


1
Title I Schoolwide Planning and Implementation in
Small Rural Schools
  • Nancy Forseth
  • forseth_at_cesa10.k12.wi.us

2
  • CESA 10
  • 29 Districts
  • 156-10,730 Enrollment
  • 25 Title I Districts
  • 7 Elem TAS
  • 5 MS TAS
  • 19 Elem SW
  • 6 MS SW
  • 1 District in SW Planning Phase

3
Title I Schoolwide Planning
  • I. Lessons Learned
  • II. The Process
  • III. Metamorphosis

4
I. Lessons Learned
  • Plan for the right reasons. . .
  • To improve curricular consistency
  • To improve school communication and collaboration
  • To increase meaningful family involvement
  • To improve academic support for struggling
    students
  • To improve student achievement

5
I. Lessons Learned
  • Not for the wrong reasons. . .
  • To purchase a computer lab
  • To pay for a teacher
  • To backtrack for programs/positions already in
    place
  • To buy a bus

6
I. Lessons Learned
  • Get the support of the district administrator and
    principal
  • Leadership, leadership, leadership

7
I. Lessons Learned
  • Involve the right people
  • Follow the Goldilocks Principle
  • Include representatives from the entire staff
  • Select teachers who are respected by their peers,
    but offer the option to all
  • Use wisdom to consider adding the naysayers
  • Personally invite parent representatives, but
    offer the option to all

8
I. Lessons Learned
  • Clarify the roles and expectations for the
    Schoolwide Committee
  • To conduct a comprehensive needs assessment
  • To develop and write the plan
  • To monitor the implementation of the plan
  • To conduct an annual evaluation of the plan

9
I. Lessons Learned
  • Communicate with the entire staff and parents
    every step of the process
  • Provide an overview of SW planning and
    implementation for the entire staff (PowerPoint)
  • Identify a specific communication plan
  • Answer questions
  • Invite anyone to join the committee
  • Communicate, communicate, communicate

10
I. Lessons Learned
  • Integrate
  • Build on existing committee structures
  • Build on existing school plans and initiatives
  • Build on existing grants 21st Century/REACh

11
I. Lessons Learned
  • Make it manageable
  • Make it meaningful
  • Make it measurable
  • Student achievement
  • should be the driver

12
I. Lessons Learned
  • Focus on student achievement
  • Do not divide the plan into sections to match the
    compliance requirements. Integrate the
    requirements into school goals.
  • Focus the plan on what actually needs to happen,
    not what is already occurring and can be
    identified to meet the requirements

13
I. Lessons Learned
  • Be patient
  • The changing role of Title I teachers
  • The changing role of classroom teachers

14
I. Lessons Learned
  • Benefits of SW Programs
  • Flexibility and redesign of organizational
    infrastructure
  • Coordination, integration, and communication
  • Accountability and continuous self-assessment
  • Support for ALL students

15
I. Lessons Learned
16
Turn and Talk
  • What existing committee structures, school plans,
    initiatives and/or grants are in place that you
    might build upon for schoolwide planning?
  • What barriers to the planning process do you
    anticipate?

17
II. The Process
  • Establish and orient the committee/team
  • Who will be cracking the whip?
  • Develop a timeline (Handout)
  • At the end of each meeting, set the next date and
    agenda
  • Divide assignments
  • Keep on track

18
II. The Process
  • Conduct a Comprehensive Needs
  • Assessment Process 8 Steps
  • Develop and Write Plan
  • Implement and Monitor Plan
  • Evaluate Plan

19
II. The Process
  • Needs Assessment Step 1 Review Student
    Demographics
  • Enrollment
  • Attendance
  • Truancy
  • Mobility
  • Suspensions/Expulsions
  • SES
  • ELL
  • SPED Incidence
  • of Title I Students

20
II. The Process
  • Needs Assessment Step 2 Analyze Student
    Achievement Data
  • Title I Needs Assessment Data
  • WKCE Patterns and Trends
  • School/Classroom Assessments (Local Assessment
    Chart)
  • Retention Rates
  • SAGE Reports
  • Other

21
II. The Process
  • Needs Assessment Step 2 Analyze Student
    Achievement Data
  • Data table
  • Graphic representation
  • Observations, discussions, and documentation
  • Hypotheses (Data Analysis HOPS)
  • (Judy Sargent, CESA 7
  • http//www.schoolimprovement.us/index.asp)

22
II. The Process
Needs Assessment Step 2 Analyze Student
Achievement Data
23
Caution!!!!!!
  • DRIP,
  • DRIP,
  • DRIP!

24
II. The Process
  • Needs Assessment Step 3 Analyze Curriculum and
    Instructional Practices
  • Teacher surveys
  • Student surveys
  • Parent surveys
  • Administrative input

25
II. The Process
  • Needs Assessment Step 4 Analyze Professional
    Development
  • Is there a school or district plan?
  • If so, how is it structured?
  • Is it systematic, ongoing, and reflective of
    research-based practices?
  • Is it connected to broader goals?
  • Do teachers meet the ESEA high quality
    requirements?
  • Is PI-34 addressed?

26
II. The Process
  • Needs Assessment Step 5 Analyze School Context
    and Organization
  • Class size
  • School climate
  • Positive behavior supports
  • Referrals
  • Detentions

27
II. The Process
  • Needs Assessment Step 6 Analyze Family and
    Community Involvement
  • Parent Surveys (Measuring Your Family-School-Commu
    nity Partnership)
  • Parenting
  • Communicating
  • Learning at Home
  • Volunteering
  • Governance and Decision-making
  • Community Outreach
  • Parent Focus Group
  • Title I Local Annual Evaluation

28
II. The Process
  • Needs Assessment Step 7 Analyze Transition
    Issues
  • Preschool to elementary
  • Elementary to middle school
  • Middle to high school

29
II. The Process
  • Needs Assessment Step 8 Identify Concerns
  • Code and categorize data analyses
  • Identify other concerns. Is there data to
    support?
  • Prioritize concerns

30
Turn and Talk
  • What data do you have available in your school
    that you would use to conduct the comprehensive
    needs assessment?
  • What other data would you need to gather?
  • What questions do you have about the needs
    assessment process?

31
II. Process
Develop and Write the Plan
  • Develop meaningful and measurable goals
  • Transform we will statements into objectives
  • Identify how objectives will be accomplished
  • Tasks
  • Resources
  • Timeline
  • Who is responsible/Funding source
  • Evidence for evaluation
  • (Schoolwide Plan Checklist, Developing the Plan,
    Plan Template)

32
II. Process
  • Present draft of plan to entire staff and parents
    for discussion, input and feedback
  • Finalize the plan
  • Celebrate a year of hard
  • work!!!

33
II. Process
  • Implement the Plan
  • Monitor the Plan
  • Are we doing what we said we were going to do?
  • What adjustments do we need to make? Continuous
    review and revision

34
II. The Process
  • Evaluate the Plan (Rubric)
  • What does the evidence tell us?
  • How are we impacting student achievement?
  • Are we meeting the schoolwide requirements?
  • What do we need to change as a result of our
    evaluation?
  • How will we report the results of our evaluation
    to parents and staff?

35
II. Process
  • Evaluate the Plan
  • Based on the results on the evaluation, revise
    the plan.
  • The Title I Schoolwide Plan should be a living
    document.

36
III. The Metamorphosis
  • A school focused on student achievement and
    success in the classroom
  • A school that systematically uses data to make
    instructional decisions
  • A school with an effective core program
  • A school engaged in a continuous cycle of
    improvement

37
Turn and Talk
  • What questions do you have about Title I
    Schoolwide Planning?

38
Resources
  • An Idea Book on Planning Implementing
    Schoolwide Programs, Vol.1, and Profiles of
    Successful Schoolwide Programs, Vol. 11.
  • http//www.ed.gov/pubs/Idea_Planning/
  • Title I Guidance for Schoolwide Programs
  • http//dpi.wi.gov/titleone/t1guide/t1guide_17a.pdf
  • Designing Schoolwide Programs Non-Regulatory
    Guidance, March 2006
  • www.ed.gov/policy/elsec/guid/designingswpguid.doc
  • Title I Schoolwide Federal Guidance
  • http//www.ed.gov/admins/lead/account/swp.html
  • Thompson Publishing Group
  • www.thompson.com
  • Your Local CESA Title I State Support Network
    Contact (Handout)

39
CESA 10 Websitewww.cesa10.k12.wi.us
  • Under Services-Instructional Services Every
    Child a Graduate Presentation 2011
  • Data Analysis HOPS
  • Developing the SW Plan
  • Family Checklist
  • PowerPoint
  • Schoolwide Rubric
  • Data Analysis Chart
  • SW Overview PowerPoint
  • Planning Timeline
  • Writing the Plan
  • Title I State Support Network Members
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