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System Safeguards and
Campus Improvement
Ty Duncan
[email protected]
@instructionalle
Intervention Requirements for all Campuses rated Met
Standard that Failed to Meet One or More System
Safeguard Measures or Targets
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Campuses rated Met Standard or Met Alternative Standard that failed to meet
one or more system safeguard measures or targets are required to utilize
the campus leadership team to engage in the Texas Accountability
Intervention System (TAIS) continuous improvement process of data
analysis, needs assessment, and development, implementation, and
monitoring of an improvement plan designed to address the low
performance identified by the system safeguards. The campus will include
the improvement initiatives and strategies it will employ in the campus
improvement plan (CIP) required by Texas Education Code (TEC) §11.253.
The CIP will be retained on the campus, but is subject to a request for
submission of the sections of the CIP that include the improvement
initiatives and strategies that address low performance on the system
safeguard measures and targets missed. The agency will notify the campus if
the CIP is chosen for submission.
Intervention Requirements for all Districts rated
Met Standard that Failed to Meet One or More
System Safeguard Measures or Targets
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Districts rated Met Standard or Met Alternative Standard that failed to meet
one or more system safeguard measures or targets are required to utilize
the district leadership team to engage in the TAIS continuous improvement
process referred to above to develop, implement, and monitor an
improvement plan that addresses the low performance identified by the
system safeguards. If the district is staged for interventions in the
Performance-Based Monitoring (PBM) system, the improvement initiatives
and strategies addressing missed system safeguards will be included in the
targeted improvement plan that is required to address low performance on
PBM indicators. If the district is not staged for PBM interventions, the
improvement initiatives and strategies addressing missed system safeguards
will be included in the district improvement plan required by TEC §11.252.
The district improvement plan will be retained locally, subject to a request
for submission of the sections of the DIP that include the improvement
initiatives and strategies that address low performance on the system
safeguard measures and targets missed.
Intervention Requirements for all Districts rated
Met Standard that Failed to Meet One or More
System Safeguard Measures or Targets
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Although submission and progress reporting are not
required due to failing to meet standard for system
safeguards only, campuses and districts missing multiple
system safeguards may be contacted by the TEA and/or
the Texas Center for District and School Support
(TCDSS) regarding implementation of actions addressing
low performance and for reports on the effectiveness of
improvement initiatives and strategies.
System Safeguards
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With the PI framework, poor performance in one subject
or one student group does not result in an Improvement
Required Rating.
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System safeguards are added to ensure that poor
performance in one area or one student group is not
masked in the performance index.
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Texas Accountability Intervention System (TAIS)
System Safeguards
Purpose
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Ensure system disaggregates performance by student
group, performance level, subject area, and grade
Target for disaggregated results meet and exceed
federal requirements
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Performance Target
Participation Rate
Graduation rate targets and improvement
Limit on Alternative Assessments
Impact
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Results are reported for any cell that meets minimum size
criteria.
Failure to meet the safeguard target for any reported cell
must be addressed
Performance on the safeguard indicators are
incorporated into the Texas Accountability Intervention
System (TAIS)
There is no “death by
single cell” but there
is “paperwork by
single cell.”
“We want to gather and analyze data that will help us understand the
system that produces the results we are getting…from random acts of
improvement to focused improvement that centers on… improving
results for students.” Victoria Bernhardt
No Child Left Behind Program Series: Improvement Plans
To this!
No Child Left Behind Program Series: Improvement Plans
No Child Left Behind Program Series: Improvement Plans
State
Texas Education
Code
No Child Left Behind Program Series: Improvement Plans
Federal
No Child Left
Behind
State and Federal Process
Form the Planning Team
1.
Use Formative and Summative
Measures to Evaluate the
Plan and Link to the CNA
Conduct the CNA
Implement the
Improvement Plan
Develop/Revise
the Improvement Plan
4.
Link the Plan to
Federal, State, and Local
Funding Sources
No Child Left Behind Program Series: Improvement Plans
State: Improvement Plan Requirements
Quiz Me…
Q. Who’s responsible for the CIP?
A.
Campus Principal and SBDM
Q. Each campus is required to have a policy and
administrative procedures?
A.
No, each district must do so.
Q. Who must serve on the committee?
A.
Professional staff, parents, community members,
business/industry representatives.
Q. How many public meetings must be held per year?
A. At least one
No Child Left Behind Program Series: Improvement Plans
Planning Team
State (TEC)
• Professional Staff
• Parents of Students
Enrolled
• Community Members
• Business/Industry
Representatives
No Child Left Behind Program Series: Improvement Plans
Federal (NCLB)
• Teachers, Principals,
Administrators, Pupil
Services Personnel
• Parents and other
members of the community
• Technical Assistance
Providers
• Secondary Students
NCLB:Campus Improvement Plans
Program
CIP Requirements
Title I, Part A
HQ / Recruitment-Retention Strategies
10 Schoolwide or 8 Targeted Components
How funds are spent, including Scientifically Research-Based Strategies
Title I, Part C
The LEA identifies and addresses the special educational needs of
migrant children through a comprehensive plan for needs assessment
and service delivery.
A Priority for Services Action Plan must be developed for: In providing
MEP-funded services, the LEA must give priority to migrant children
who are failing, or most at risk of failing, to meet the State’s challenging
State academic content and academic achievement standards, and
whose education has been interrupted during the regular school year.
These children are classified as Priority for Services (PFS).
Title II, Part A
The LEA will address HQ professional development, recruitment, and
retention, as coordinated through Title I, Part A.
Title II, Part D
The Title II, Part D funds are aligned with the approved District LongRange Technology Plan on file with TEA.
NCLB:Campus Improvement Plans
Program
CIP Requirements
Title III, Part A
[The LEA must submit a program evaluation that outlines a
description of programs and activities conducted during the
preceding year and the progress of current, M1 and M2 students. This
evaluation is to be used to assess and plan
Title III activities.]
Title IV, Part A
The SDFSC program must:
-Include a review of drug use and violence data for the CNA
-Include measurable goals and objectives
-Comply with the Principles of Effectiveness
No Child Left Behind Program Series: Improvement Plans
Federal: Improvement Plan Requirements
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Title I, Part A Schoolwide and Target Assistance
campuses are required to annually develop or
amend an annual plan that incorporates the SW
or TA planning requirements. Page 4, Paragraph 1
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Adopt NCLB Goals and Objectives – Page 4
No Child Left Behind Program Series: Improvement Plans
And…
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TIPA funds on a schoolwide campus may be use
only to support activities identified in the CNA and
described in the CIP!
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Schoolwide programs must develop a
comprehensive plan for reforming the total
instructional program in the school…
No Child Left Behind Program Series: Improvement Plans
No Child Left Behind Program Series: Improvement Plans
Quality Plans
Checklist
Let’s look at the Campus Improvement
Plan Checklist to identify exactly what
must be included in the plan to meet
STATE and FEDERAL planning
requirements.
No Child Left Behind Program Series: Improvement Plans
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