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1 Florida Board of Education Strategic Planning Workshop 3: Global Trends in Education and Strategic Imperative Form December 13, 2001

2 Florida Board of Education/ Strategic Planning Workshop 3© Accenture Agenda Where We Are in the Planning Process Summary of Global Education Trends Proposed Form of Strategic Imperatives Next Steps

3 Florida Board of Education/ Strategic Planning Workshop 3© Accenture Agenda Where We Are in the Planning Process Summary of Global Education Trends Proposed Form of Strategic Imperatives Next Steps

4 Florida Board of Education/ Strategic Planning Workshop 3© Accenture Confirm Guiding Principles and Mission Define Strategic Imperatives Strategic Imperatives Development Profile the Global Environment Identify Best Practices Assess Current Situation Identify Potential Fast Track Initiatives Set Measurable Goals Identify, Screen, and Prioritize Projects Perform Detailed Assessment of High Priority Projects Objectives and Projects Development Document Strategic Roadmap, Including Sequencing, Phasing, and Operational Recommendations Define Key Milestones Determine Project Governance and Reporting Structure Implementatio n Roadmap Definition Define Governance Structure Formulate Marketing/ Communications Plan Establish Timeframes and Resources Delineate Roles Define Terminology Organization Strategic Context Assessment Current Situation Diagnostic Phase 5Phase 1Phase 2Phase 3Phase 4 Phases of Strategic Planning for Floridas K-20 Education System As it moves to specify its strategic imperatives, the Florida Board of Education (BOE) is examining global education trends and major challenges for Floridas education system. Nov. – Jan. Timeframes: Oct. – Nov.Dec. – Feb.Feb. – Apr.Mar. – May Where We Are in the Planning Process

5 Florida Board of Education/ Strategic Planning Workshop 3© Accenture Near-Term Strategic Planning Schedule The Boards goal is to complete the definition of its strategic imperatives for hand-off to the Secretary of Education in February Where We Are in the Planning Process EventAgenda December 13Florida BOE Workshop Tallahassee Summary of Global Education Trends Further Discussion of Proposed Form of Strategic Imperatives January 17Florida BOE Workshop Pensacola Analysis of Floridas Main Education Challenges Selection of Finalist Strategic Imperatives January 31Delivery to Florida BOE Members of Draft Report on Recommended Strategic Imperatives February ?Florida BOE Meeting Formal Adoption of Strategic Imperatives

6 Florida Board of Education/ Strategic Planning Workshop 3© Accenture Agenda Where We Are in the Planning Process Summary of Global Education Trends Proposed Form of Strategic Imperatives Next Steps

7 Florida Board of Education/ Strategic Planning Workshop 3© Accenture Presentation by Russ Meekins Summary of Global Education Trends

8 Florida Board of Education/ Strategic Planning Workshop 3© Accenture Agenda Where We Are in the Planning Process Summary of Global Education Trends Proposed Form of Strategic Imperatives Next Steps

9 Florida Board of Education/ Strategic Planning Workshop 3© Accenture Component/ Sub-Component(s)Amount Of Detail Proposed Number To Be Included In Strategic Plan Guiding Principles*Minimal5 Core ValuesMinimal8 Mission*Minimal1 Goals*Minimal4 Strategic ImperativesModerate to Minimal4 to 7 ObjectivesSubstantial to Moderate16 to 30 ProjectsSubstantial30 to 60 Approved Organization and Scope of Florida BOEs Strategic Plan *Provided by the Florida State Legislature. In Ocala, the Board approved a focused but flexible outline for its strategic plan and began experimenting with the composition of strategic imperatives. Proposed Form of Strategic Imperatives

10 Florida Board of Education/ Strategic Planning Workshop 3© Accenture BOEs strategic imperatives are intended to elaborate on the goals for Floridas education system established by law, but not to be detailed prescriptions for management. Hierarchy of Selected Strategic Plan Components Goal Strategic Imperative Objective Definition A measurable result that the public education system is required to achieve as part of carrying out its mission A top-priority initiative to be completed within two to five years as a key part of achieving one of the education systems strategic goals A major milestone that the K-20 education systems management must pass on the way to implementing a strategic imperative Created And Monitored By: Florida State Legislature and Governor Bush Florida Board of Education Secretary and Commissioner of Education (Under the Aegis of Florida Board of Education) ProjectA discrete, budgeted management effort undertaken to attain one or more defined objectives Secretary and Commissioner of Education (Under the Aegis of Florida Board of Education) 40,000 Feet 30,000 Feet Ground Level 10,000 Feet Proposed Form of Strategic Imperatives

11 Florida Board of Education/ Strategic Planning Workshop 3© Accenture Strategic Imperative #1 Strategic Imperative #2 In developing its strategic imperatives, it will be important for the Board to focus on what needs to be achieved and refrain from specifying how to achieve it. Unspecified Timeframe2 to 5 Year Timeframe1 to 2 Year Timeframe What To Give Priority Strategic Goal What To Achieve CONCEPTUAL Objective #1 Objective #2 Objective #1 Objective #2 Project How Far To GoHow To Do It Proposed Form of Strategic Imperatives

12 Florida Board of Education/ Strategic Planning Workshop 3© Accenture Strategic Imperative #1 Strategic Imperative #2 Objective #1 Objective #2 Objective #1 Objective #2 Project Unspecified Timeframe2 to 5 Year Timeframe1 to 2 Year Timeframe Developed By Florida BOE Defined By Secretary And Commissioner Of Education And Approved By Florida BOE Strategic Goal Established By Law CONCEPTUAL Each strategic imperative should be a major initiative (or sub-goal) supporting a strategic goal that will take two to five years to accomplish. Proposed Form of Strategic Imperatives

13 Florida Board of Education/ Strategic Planning Workshop 3© Accenture Strategic Imperatives Management Objectives And Projects Highest Student Achievement Design and Implement New Recruiting Programs That Target Undersubscribed Teaching Fields Design and Implement New Incentives for Teachers to Earn Extra Certifications in Undersubscribed Fields Project Reduce Frequency of Teaching Out of Field by 50% Statewide Improve Quality of Instruction So That Student Attainment Exceeds [Sunshine State Standards] Project Objective #2 Etc. Strategic Imperative #2 Strategic Goal Unspecified Timeframe2 to 5 Year Timeframe1 to 2 Year Timeframe ILLUSTRATIVE Each strategic imperative should indicate a BOE priority vis-à-vis achieving one or more strategic goals and provide a high-level definition of success. Proposed Form of Strategic Imperatives

14 Florida Board of Education/ Strategic Planning Workshop 3© Accenture Reduce K-12 Dropout Rate Create a Highly Skilled Human Resource Pool Close the Achievement Gap Between Inner-City Students and All Others Increase Graduation Rate for High School and University (Particularly Among Minorities) Create Teaching as a Real Profession (Get Teaching Right, Student Achievement Will Follow) Increase Graduation Rate by 100% in 5 Years Reduce Teacher Turnover / Increase Teacher Retention by 100% in 5 Years Reduce Class Size (Student / Instructor Ratio) Improve College Readiness Rate Expand Use of Technology in Teaching, Learning, and Administrative Processes Develop Funding Formulas Aligned to Need and Values Increase Student Achievement on Standardized Tests Increase High School Graduates Enrolling in Higher Education by 100% Over Next 5 Years While draft imperatives proposed by BOE members have good focus, many indicate potential management objectives and projects, which goes too far at this time. Draft Strategic Imperatives Proposed in Support of the Goal of Highest Student Achievement Proposed Form of Strategic Imperatives

15 Florida Board of Education/ Strategic Planning Workshop 3© Accenture How To Do It Highest Student Achievement Unspecified Timeframe2 to 5 Year Timeframe1 to 2 Year Timeframe We recommend BOEs strategic imperatives focus on outcomes that are highly likely to help cause attainment of a strategic goal, not just result from such attainment. What To Give Priority What To AchieveHow Far To Go Create Teaching as a Real Profession Reduce Teacher Turnover / Increase Teacher Retention by 100% in 5 Years Reduce K-12 Dropout Rate Increase Graduation Rate for High School and University (Particularly Among Minorities) Increase Graduation Rate by 100% in 5 Years Improve College Readiness Rate Reduce Class Size (Student / Instructor Ratio) Develop Funding Formulas Aligned to Need and Values Close the Achievement Gap Between Inner-City Students and All Others Expand Use of Technology in Teaching, Learning, and Administrative Processes Increase Student Achievement on Standardized Tests Increase High School Graduates Enrolling in Higher Education by 100% Over Next 5 Years Create a Highly Skilled Human Resource Pool ILLUSTRATIVE Proposed Form of Strategic Imperatives

16 Florida Board of Education/ Strategic Planning Workshop 3© Accenture Identification of such imperatives will require research-based causal models for each strategic goal, which we are developing for next months BOE workshop. Recruitment and Retention of Enough Competent Instructors Certification and Ongoing Training of Instructors Mastery of Basic Skills Required at Start of Each Educational Level Early Identification and Remediation of Major Obstacles to Student Learning High-Quality Instruction Readiness to Learn High Student Achievement For Instructors For Students + Critical Success FactorsDesired Outcomes Working Student Achievement Model Proposed Form of Strategic Imperatives CONCEPTUAL

17 Florida Board of Education/ Strategic Planning Workshop 3© Accenture Agenda Where We Are in the Planning Process Summary of Global Education Trends Proposed Form of Strategic Imperatives Next Steps

18 Florida Board of Education/ Strategic Planning Workshop 3© Accenture Strategic Goals of Floridas K-20 Education System Given the breadth and diverse needs of the education systems customer population, the Governor and Legislature have called for a focus on four strategic goals. Progress To Be Measured By: Highest Student Achievement Student FCAT performance and annual learning gains Number and percentage of schools that improve at least one school performance grade designation or maintain a school performance grade designation of "A" pursuant to s Graduation or completion rates at all learning levels Seamless Articulation and Maximum Access Percentage of students who demonstrate readiness for the educational level they are entering, from kindergarten through postsecondary education and into the workforce Number and percentage of students needing remediation Percentage of Floridians who complete associate, baccalaureate, professional, and postgraduate degrees Number and percentage of credits that articulate Extent to which each set of exit-point requirements matches the next set of entrance-point requirements Skilled Workforce and Economic Development Number and percentage of graduates employed in their areas of preparation Percentage of Floridians with high school diplomas and postsecondary education credentials Percentage of business and community members who find Florida's graduates possess the skills they need Quality, Efficient Services Cost per completer or graduate Average cost per non-completer at each educational level Cost disparity across institutions offering the same degrees Percentage of education customers at each educational level who are satisfied with the education provided Source: SB 1162, Section 9 Next Steps

19 Florida Board of Education/ Strategic Planning Workshop 3© Accenture Next month, we propose to help articulate BOEs priorities and visions of success in relation to each strategic goal for Floridas K-20 education system. Goal Highest Student Achievement Seamless Articulation and Maximum Access Skilled Workforce and Economic Development Quality, Efficient Services PrioritiesDefinition of Success in Two to Five Years High-Quality Instruction Student Readiness to Learn Other? Strategic Imperative Development Framework Next Steps


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