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1Title III AMAO Improvement Plan SY 2013 - 2014 Title III AMAO Improvement Plan WebinarThursday, September 19, 20138:30 – 10:30am12:30 – 2:30pm
2AMAO Improvement Plan - FYI Newly developed tool to help districts complete improvement plans.The current draft incorporates feedback from a group of Title III directors.Not required for the improvement plan.Your feedback will inform revisions for the next version.This will be a required tool in the next cycle.Districts are required to submit annual revisions based on AMAO report.
3AMAO 101Oregon Annual Measurable Achievement Objective (AMAO) TargetsFor more info…Districts must meet all three AMAOs each year in order to meet the Title III accountability requirements.AMAO 161% of EL students in Oregon move up by one level of English proficiencyAMAO 2(a)at least 19% of all EL students in district reach proficiency and exit the programAMAO 2(b)at least 29% of EL students identified for five years or more reach proficiency and exit the programAMAO 3EL subgroup has met the AMOReading – 82%Math – 67%
4AMAO Improvement Plan Context ODE determines the targets for each of the Annual Measureable Achievement Objectives (AMAO)Districts must meet all three AMAOs each year in order to meet the Title III accountability requirements.If a Title III district does not meet all AMAOs for two consecutive years, it is required to develop an improvement plan that addresses the factors that prevented it from achieving all AMAOs.Districts not rated for AMAO 3, are required to meet AMAO 1 and 2.The plan is to be implemented in the school year.If the district fails to meet AMAOs for four consecutive years the state is required to have the districtmodify its curriculum, program, and method of instruction;or determine whether the district will continue to receive Title III funds related to the failure to meet the AMAOs,and require the district to replace educational personnel relevant to the district’s failure to meet the objectives. [Section 3122(b)(4)]. Please refer to the required criteria above in your improvement plan if your district is in four year status.Previously, districts independently submitted their own local improvement plans without the guidance of a template.The new ODE Office of Education Equity seeks to facilitate the improvement plan process by piloting a new AMAO Improvement Plan.
7AMAO Improvement Plan – Page 3 Even if the district met the 61% AMAO-1 improvement target, identify specific schools needing improvement.Analyze the Percent AMAO 1 to locate the percentages that have less than 61% of students making targeted improvement.Indicate below any schools falling below 61% students showing improvement.AMAO 2:Even if the district met the 19% AMAO-2(a) transition target, identify specific schools needing improvement.Analyze the Percent AMAO 2B column to locate the percentages that have less than 29% of students transitioning from ELD programs after 5 years of program services.AMAO 3:The percent meeting standard in OAKS reading and math are shown in the last set of AMAO columns (AMAO 3 Status).Indicate schools not meeting AMAO 3 (AMO).“Not Rated” indicates the entity met due to N<21 in 1 year or 42 in 2 years. Treat “Not Rated” as meeting AMAO-3.
8AMAO Improvement Plan - Page 4 Title III Improvement TeamPlease list the names and contact information for the individuals who will serve on the Title III Improvement Team. Should you need additional room, please add rows to the chart. Members of the Title III Improvement Team should have experience in Title III requirements, use of funds, achievement data, English language acquisition, and the process of cultural adjustment. A Title III Improvement Team might include a District Superintendent, Title III Director/Coordinator, teachers, testing coordinator, family or parent liaison, counselor, Special Education representative, and budget or fiscal personnel. The Title III Improvement Team will provide the necessary expertise to address student needs to meet AMAOs for the school year.NameSchool/InstitutionRoleAddressPhone Number
12SMART Goal Example School AMAO 1 AMAO 1 Goal AMAO 2(a) AMAO 2(a) Goal AMAO 2(b)AMAO 2(b) %AMAO 3AMAO 3%Fulanalandia MSNo45.5Yes203042AMAO 1AMAO 1 Goal61% of ELs increase proficiency levelsReduce the gap between the percentage of ELs in Fulanalandia MS that make progress and the goal set by ODE by 15.5% by September, 2014.AMAO 2(a)AMAO 2(a) Goal19% reach proficiency(Increase) the percentage of Els in Fulanalandia MS who attain English proficiency by 3% by September, 2014.AMAO 2(b)AMAO 2(b) Goal29% of students with >5 years in ELD reach proficiencyFor Els who have received 5 or more years of ELD service, (increase proficiency, reduce the gap) of ELs in Fulanalandia MS who attain English proficiency by _____ by September, 2014.AMAO 3AMAO 3 Goal82% Reading67% Math(Reduce the achievement gap, improve AMO in reading, reach AMO in math) for ELs in Fulanalandia MS by _____% by September, 2014.
14AMAO Improvement Plan Recommendations Particulars The Improvement Plan team is a critical component to ensuring that this process culminate in meaningful growth.Avoiding silos –Ensure connection to district goalsConnection to practiceMaking sure stakeholders are aware of improvement plan to make sure plans become reality.Please submit an electronic copy to Leslie Casebeer by:Oct. 18 for 2/3 year plansOct. 31 for 4 year plansFor technical assistance reach out to:Kim MillerMartha MartinezRudyane Rivera LindstromTim BlackburnPreferred submission in MS Word – using the ODE secure file transfer whenever possible.
15Helpful Resources & Contacts for follow up… District EL PlanDistrict Improvement Plan fromAMAO WebpageAMAO FAQAnnual Measureable ObjectivesDistrict Secure SiteTitle III Improvement PlansFor technical assistance reach out to:Kim MillerMartha MartinezRudyane Rivera LindstromTim Blackburn