2Our Vision Every Child a Graduate – Every Graduate Prepared for College/Work/Adulthood in the 21st Century
3Alabama’s PLAN 2020 Priorities LEARNERSALABAMA’S2020SUPPORT SYSTEMSALABAMA’S2020PROFESSIONALSALABAMA’S2020SCHOOLS/SYSTEMS
4Alabama’s 2020 Learners Phase I Proposed Accountability Components AchievementGrowthGapCollege and Career ReadinessAll students perform at or above proficiency and show continuous improvement.2. All students succeed.3. Every student graduates from high school.4. Every student graduates high school prepared.
5Alabama’s 2020 Support Systems Phase IProposed Accountability ComponentsProgram ReviewsGraduation RateAttendanceParticipation RatesDiscipline InfractionsOther MeasurersAll students will attend school daily and be engaged in rigorous and relevant learning environments.All students will develop a sense of personal and civic responsibility to ensure a learning environment that is safe and civil.All students will be provided with individual and group counseling services.All students will enter 9th grade prepared and with a 4-year plan that addresses their individual academic and career interest needs.All students will be provided with healthy meals, physical education and health instruction supported with needed medical and related services.
6Alabama’s 2020 Professionals Phase IIProposed Accountability ComponentEffective teachers and leaders as measured by EDUCATEAlabama, LEADAlabama and multiple measures of student performance.Every child is taught by a well- prepared, resourced, supported, and effective teacher.Every school is led by a well- prepared, resourced, supported, and effective leader.Every school system is led by a prepared and supported visionary instructional leader.
7Alabama’s 2020 Schools and Systems Phase IIProposed Accountability ComponentLocal Indicator(s) from School/System Improvement PlanAll schools and systems will receive adequate funding to meet the individual and collective needs of their students.2. All schools and systems will be resourced and supported based on identified need as determined from the state’s accountability plan and additional indicators at the local level.3. Schools and Systems will be granted flexibility to innovate and create 21st century learning environments to meet the individual and collective needs of their students.4. Schools and Systems are resourced to create a 21st century learning environment for their students including infrastructure, building renovation/improvements, and technology.
8Overview of Proposed Alabama’s Accountability Model (% Weight of Each in Overall TBD) Alabama LearnersAchievementGrowthGapCollege and Career Readiness% Weight in Overall TBDAlabama Support SystemsProgram ReviewsGraduation RateAttendanceParticipation RatesDiscipline InfractionsOther MeasurersAlabama ProfessionalsEffective teachers and leaders as measured by EDUCATE Alabama, LEADAlabama and multiple measures of student performanceAlabama Schools and SystemsLocal Indicator(s) from School/System Improvement Plan
9Proposed Timeline 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 Proposed AMO Freeze at levelsDevelop details of New Accountability PlanPropose to continue AMO Freeze at levels and approve New Accountability PlanProvide LEAs and Schools with New Accountability Plan data points (Phase I) for planning and improving instructionImplement Phase I (Learners and Support Systems) of New Accountability Plan for baseline dataProvide LEAs and Schools with new accountability data points (Phase II) for planning and improving instructionImplement Phase I for AYP determinationImplement Phase II (Professionals and Schools/Systems) of New Accountability Plan for baseline dataImplement Complete New Accountability Plan