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Title: Title I Accountability Grant


1
  • Title I Accountability Grant
  • to Expand the SSOS
  • for Schools in Phases 1 2

2
Grant Purpose
  • To improve student achievement
  • in Phase 1 2 Title 1 High Priority Schools
  • by expanding the current
  • Statewide System of Support (SSOS).

3
Grant Goals
  • 1. Assist HP Phase 1 2 schools in
  • addressing needs of target populations
  • that did not make AYP in math or ELA
  • 2. Use research-based strategies to change
  • instructional practice
  • 3. Create partnerships to customize services
  • 4. Provide PD to school teams
  • 5. Expand system capacity for scale-up

4
Theory of Action
  • If a system of SSOS-aligned enhancements
  • for target populations in Phase 1 2 HP
  • Schools is developed, that includes
  • Data-driven needs assessment,
  • Evidence-based intervention selection, and
  • Coaching to support implementation fidelity,
  • designed to influence core instruction by
    developing leadership capacity and changing
    classroom practice,
  • then student achievement will increase.

5
Step-by-Step Program Design How does it work?
  • 1) Identify a school team
  • 2) Attend data training
  • Identify needs based on data
  • Identify next steps
  • 3) Select research-based interventions
  • 4) Support implementation through coaching

6
Step 1 Identify a School Team
  • Schools may modify an existing team or develop a
    new team
  • The role of this team is to lead and guide the
    building improvement process over time

7
Suggested School Team Members
  • Principal
  • Teacher Leaders (2-3)
  • Central Office Representative
  • ISD/RESA Representative
  • Process Mentor (optional)

8
School Team Getting Ready to Attend
  • Complete a Zoomerang self-assessment data
    survey
  • Gather and bring the following documents
  • School Improvement Plan
  • School-based Data
  • Sign up for a regional DDNA training

9
Step 2 Attend Data-Driven Needs Assessment
(DDNA) Training
  • Data 4 SS - Basic Assessment
  • (All Phase 1 and 2 schools)
  • Two-day professional development session will
  • Assess school data culture
  • Introduce Dynamic Inquiry tool review detailed
    school data
  • Co-develop action plans

10
Data-Driven Needs Assessment Activities
  • School teams will
  • Apply protocols to
  • Identify questions raised by their data
  • Engage staff in the data analysis process
  • Engage staff in clarifying the problem
  • Identify additional data needed
  • Identify professional development needs

11
Additional Data-Driven Needs Assessment Options
  • School teams will assess need for
  • Expanded Assessment
  • Additional school-based PD support
  • Intensive Assessment
  • Data coach provides training and decision-making
    support
  • Facilitated analysis and execution of action plan
    to address organizational and instructional
    challenges

12
Step 3 Select Intervention
  • Research-based intervention selection
  • Review possible interventions
  • Collaborate with ISDs/RESAs, regional
    coordinators, and coaches to select interventions
    based on needs
  • Demonstrate other school-based interventions that
    meet selection criteria
  • Complete service request

13
Interventions Include
  • Program, Practice or Policy
  • Documented Success
  • Defined outcomes and components
  • Measurable,
  • Replicable,
  • Consistent across users, and
  • Sustainable

14
Step 4 Coaching Support
  • Instructional strategies supported by coaching
  • Develop a statewide school-based coaching system
  • Train coaches
  • Regional coordinators, in partnership with
    ISDs/RESAs, support school teams and coaches

15
Research on Coaching (Joyce Showers, 2002)
Training Components Knowledge Skill Demonstration Use in the Classroom
Theory and Discussion 10 5 0
Demonstration in Training 30 20 0
Practice Feedback in Training 60 60 5
Coaching in Classroom 95 95 95
16
Systemic Integration
Coaching to Support Implementation Fidelity
Data-driven Needs Assessment
Evidence-based Intervention
17
Mutual Benefits
  • Increased student learning
  • Making AYP
  • Instructional support for teachers
  • Coaching support
  • Targeted professional development
  • Other?

18
As a result, schools will
  • Use data to identify areas of need
  • Select strategies based on needs
  • Work with a coach to support interventions
  • Show continuous improvement

19
Target School Quick Facts
  • 50 schools in Phase 1 or 2
  • 12 ISDs/RESAs serving these schools
  • 3 primary areas Wayne, Kent, and Oakland
  • 26 in Wayne (52)
  • 8 in Kent
  • 4 in Oakland
  • Sub groups 20 ELA, 33 Math

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Selection Formula
  • To ensure equity, the level of services is
    determined by greatest need
  • Points distributed across all subgroups and
    categories
  • Total points determine the level at which schools
    may request services
  • Excludes schools not meeting AYP due to
    participation and attendance
  • Note No schools missed AYP in LEP in the last
    2 years.

22
Selection Formula
School With Point totals Missed AYP 200 Made AYP 100 All Students MATH ELA 3 pts Students w/Disab. MATH ELA 2 pts Econ Disadv. MATH ELA 2 pts 10 Pts Per subgroup missing AYP Pts for Student Population Range
School A Total pts 243 200 MATH 3 MATH 2 MATH ELA 4 30 4
School B Total pts 103 100 3
School C Total pts 248 200 MATH ELA 6 ELA 2 ELA 2 30 8
23
Suggested Regions for Regional Implementation
Teams
  • Wayne RESA(26)
  • Oakland(4), Macomb(1), Washtenaw(1)
  • Kent(8), Muskegon(1)
  • Allegan(1), Calhoun(1), Berrien(1)
  • Genesee(2), Saginaw(3), Bay Arenac(1)
  • Note Numbers represent individual schools.

24
How Schools Get Started
  • Attend an orientation webinar
  • Feb. 18th 19th 900-1030 a.m. Feb. 23rd
    25th 100-230 p.m.
  • Identify a school team
  • Register for DDNA training
  • Complete the Data Self-Assessment
  • Collect SIP and data materials
  • Attend DDNA training Calhoun, March 24-25

25
What questions do you have?
26
Contact Information
  • Charlotte Koger, Grant Administrator
  • ckoger_at_gomasa.org
  • Cathy Owens, Instructional Specialist
  • cowens_at_gomasa.org
  • Betsy Van Deusen-MacLeod, Instructional
    Specialist
  • bmacleod_at_gomasa.org

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