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Florida Education: The Next Generation DRAFT March 13, 2008 Version 1.0 Just Read, Florida! Update Council for Language Arts Supervisors June 1, 2009 Tallahassee,

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1 Florida Education: The Next Generation DRAFT March 13, 2008 Version 1.0 Just Read, Florida! Update Council for Language Arts Supervisors June 1, 2009 Tallahassee, Florida

2 Topics for Discussion FLaRE Update Just Read, Florida! Budget Reading Endorsement Plans Reading Endorsement in Approved Teacher Preparation Programs Florida Assessments for Instruction in Reading (FAIR) K-12 Comprehensive Reading Plans

3 Topics for Discussion ~ Continued CATER Update Summer Professional Development Third Grade Progression Literacy Leader Awards Reading First Sustainability

4 FLaRE Update The FLaRE fiscal agent will be Panhandle Area Educational Consortia (PAEC) instead of University of Central Florida (UCF) There will be approximately FLaRE Coordinators FLaRE Coordinators will report to the 5 Regional Executive Directors (REDs) Just Read, Florida! will provide professional development to the Coordinators and work closely with the REDs.

5 Just Read, Florida! Budget 4.6 Million from Legislature 4.2 Million Residual from Reading First Reading Allocation: $101,923,720 JRF will fund:  Online Courses for Reading Endorsement through NEFEC and FOR-PD at UCF  Families Building Better Readers, Mysteries in the Middle and High School Quiz Show at PAEC  LEaRN and Florida Reading Initiative at NEFEC  FLaRE at PAEC

6 Florida Assessments for Instruction in Reading K-2 Assessments: Teacher administered through web-based entry (electronic scoring tool) or paper/pencil completion and PMRN entry Testing has gone very smoothly with the electronic scoring tool at pilot sites 1300 mini-laptops will be provided to elementary schools based on a prioritization schedule 3-12 Assessments: Students will complete assessments online with automatic data entry Testing has gone smoothly; working with some sites on bandwidth issues

7 Reading Endorsement Plans All Submitted Reading Endorsement Continuance Letters approved through June 30, 2014 Continue to any Additions to the Plan for Approval

8 Reading Endorsement Competencies through Approved Pre-service Programs SBE Rule passed in 2006 Elementary Ed, ESE and Pre K-Primary will graduate with competencies 1-5 (Competency 6 optional) All other teacher preparation programs (middle grades, secondary and K-12 special areas) will graduate with competencies 1-2

9 Reading Endorsement Competencies through Approved Pre-service Programs Institutions were to submit their plans by August 1, 2008 to DOE Program Approval Just Read, Florida! reviews all folios Many institutions still in the approval process - addressing JRF requested revisions After July 1, 2010, assumptions can be made; prior to this date, district must seek verification from the institution

10 Summer Professional Development June 8 th through August Venues around the State Multiple Strands Over 7,000 Educators Registered Registration Process Caveats

11 K-12 Comprehensive Reading Plan FEFP Reading Allocation available in District K-12 Reading Plan Budget Sections Budget sections due June 5 Second Round Reviews and Feedback provided by June 1 Further revisions due ASAP

12 CATER Update  Career and Technical Education Reading (CATER) pilot project  Very successful pilot providing reading intervention through Career and Technical Education classes in Citrus, Polk, Volusia  Level 1 and 2 fluent students  Several weeks of training with JRF staff, ongoing site visits and support

13 CATER Update

14 Reading First Sustainability K-12 Reading Plan Connections Funding Resources  Sustainability Literature  Self Assessment Instruments  Sustainability Briefs

15 Elements of a School-wide Reading Model with Added Costs and Sources of Support

16 Elements of a School-wide Reading Model with Added Costs and Sources of Support (continued)

17 Third Grade Progression Good Cause Exemptions Alternative Assessments Progress Monitoring

18 Literacy Leader Awards 13 Statewide Winners District Literacy Leader of the Year At Elementary Middle and High School Levels: School Literacy Leader Reading Coach Reading Teacher 40 Regional winners across all categories

19 Contact Information Call


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