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1 Michigan Department of Education School Improvement Plan SIP February 2011

2 Purpose School Improvement Plan Overview School Improvement Processes and Online Reporting What is new for the SIP due September 1, 2011 ?

3 School Improvement Plan Overview – The School Improvement Plan (SIP) is a planning tool designed to address student achievement and system needs identified through the school's comprehensive needs assessment. – The SIP provides a method for schools to address the school improvement planning requirements of Public Act 25 of the Revised School Code and the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) as applicable, including appropriate Title I requirements. © 2010 AdvancED

4 School Improvement Plan Overview – This template also meets requirements for AdvancED Michigan/NCA Accreditation. – The SIP is required to be submitted online by all schools September 1 st of each year. © 2010 AdvancED

5 5 NCLB & PA 25 Title I OEII MI SAAS External School Improvement Process Coherent Plan for Improvement Common Vision Guide our Work Technical Assistance Grant Criteria Professional Learning Language Tools Assistance Continuous Improvement One Common Voice – One Plan IDEA

6 6 Michigan Continuous Improvement and Reporting Cycles Getting Ready Collect Data Build Profile Analyze Data Set Goals Set Measurable Objectives Research Best Practice Develop Action Plans Implement Plan Monitor Plan Evaluate Plan Goals Management School Improvement Plan SIP Gather Study Plan Do School Process Profile School Data Profile/Analysis SDP/A

7 Do Implement Plan Monitor Plan Evaluate Plan Plan Develop Action Plan Student Achievement Gather Getting Ready Collect District Data Build District Profile Study Analyze Data Set Goals Set Measurable Objectives Research Best Practice Michigan Continuous School Improvement School Process Rubrics School Data Profile/Analysis Goals Management School Improvement Plan

8 8 Continuous School Improvement ProcessesProducts Internal Review conducts internal review of current capacity in meeting accreditation standards Self-Assessment (SA) Executive Institutional Summary (EIS) External Review hosts external review conducted by professional peers Quality Assurance Review Report (QAR) Continuous Improvement continues to monitor, document, and evaluate improvement efforts Accreditation Progress Report (APR) StageProcessesProductsGather Assemble school improvement team Establish a collaborative vision Design a planning process Collect school data Engage stakeholders in an internal review Build school profile **School Process Rubrics **School Process Rubrics School Data Profile/ Analysis (SDP/A) School Data Profile/ Analysis (SDP/A) Study Analyze Data Set Goals Set Measurable Objectives Research Best Practice SDP/A SDP/A Goals Management Goals Management Plan Develop action plan for strategies and activities Define methods for monitoring and evaluation School Improvement Plan School Improvement Plan Goals Management Goals Management Do Implement strategies Monitor, document, and evaluate improvement efforts School Improvement Plan School Improvement Plan Goals Management Goals Management

9 Michigan Continuous School Improvement Online Reporting ToolsGATHER Getting Ready – Collect School Data – Build School Profile School Data Profile/Analysis (SDP/A) School Process Profile/Analysis : One of the following: a. MDE: School Process Rubrics 90 (SPR 90) b. MDE: School Process Rubrics 40 (SPR 40) c. AdvancED NCA: Assist Self Assessment (ASSIST SA) d. AdvancED NCA: Self Assessment (SA)STUDY Analyze Data – Set Goals –Set Measurable Objectives – Research Best Practice School Data Profile/Analysis (SDP/A) Summary Report/Goals ManagementPLAN Develop Action Plan School Improvement Plan (SIP) DO Implement Plan – Monitor Plan – Evaluate Plan School Improvement Plan (SIP)

10 Title I specific requirements included within the SIP itself – automatically identified for each school. Additional Assurances included within one dynamic template. Functionality is enhanced: – Drop Down report selection – Archival options © 2011 AdvancED What is New and Improved in 2011?

11 School Improvement Plan (SIP) SIP Report Criteria – All Michigan schools must complete the SIP. – The content of the SIP will change slightly based on the individual school types (i.e. Non Title, Title I, and Single Building Districts). – Due to the reports ability to dynamically change content, six variations of the report are electronically generated. © 2010 AdvancED

12 School Improvement Plan (SIP) The six variations of the SIP report include: 1.SIP 2.SIP - Schoolwide 3.SIP – Schoolwide – Single Building District 4.SIP – Single Building District 5.SIP - Targeted 6.SIP – Targeted – Single Building District © 2010 AdvancED

13 School Improvement Plan (SIP) Report Criteria All SIP reports include the following main sections: 1.Instructions 2.Introduction 3.Institution Information 4.Vision, Mission and Beliefs 5.Goals 6.Additional Requirements 7.Assurances 8.Stakeholders 9.Statement of Non-Discrimination 10.Supporting Documentation © 2010 AdvancED

14 School Improvement Plan (SIP) Report Criteria The content for sections 1, 6, and 7 will vary according to the designated reports: 1.Instructions 2.Introduction 3.Institution Information 4.Vision, Mission and Beliefs 5.Goals 6.Additional Requirements 7.Assurances 8.Stakeholders 9.Statement of Non-Discrimination 10.Supporting Documentation © 2010 AdvancED

15 School Improvement Plan (SIP) Report Criteria - The content within Sections and 8 – 10 are common for all the reports. - The questions within these sections will be the same for every variation of the report. © 2010 AdvancED

16 School Improvement Plan (SIP) Report Criteria – The questions within Sections 1 & 6 will change based on whether a school is Non Title, Title I Targeted Assistance or Title I Schoolwide. – The assurances within Section 7 will vary if a school is a Single Building District. Single Building Districts are required to provide responses for both school and district specific assurances. © 2010 AdvancED

17 School Improvement Plan © 2010 AdvancED Example of Additional Requirements Section for Non Title I Institution

18 School Improvement Plan © 2010 AdvancED Example of Additional Requirements Section for Non Title I Institution

19 School Improvement Plan Title 1 Schoolwide © 2010 AdvancED Example of Additional Requirements Section for Title I – Schoolwide Institution

20 School Improvement Plan Title 1 Schoolwide © 2010 AdvancED Example of Additional Requirements Section for Title I – Schoolwide Institution

21 School Improvement Plan Title 1 - Targeted Assistance © 2010 AdvancED Example of Additional Requirements Section for Title I – Targeted Assistance Institution

22 School Improvement Plan Title 1 - Targeted Assistance © 2010 AdvancED Example of Additional Requirements Section for Title I – Targeted Assistance Institution

23 School Improvement Plan © 2010 AdvancED Example of Assurances Section for Title I – Targeted Assistance Institution that is also a Single Building District

24 School Improvement Plan Title 1 - Targeted Assistance © 2010 AdvancED Example of Assurances Section for Institutions that are not Single Building Districts

25 School Improvement Plan © 2010 AdvancED Example of Supporting Documentation Section

26 © 2010 AdvancED SIP Report Identification The report name will appear as a hyperlink. The link will display deadline for the online report. Functionality Improvement # 1 See example next slide…

27 © 2010 AdvancED Functionality Improvement # 1

28 © 2010 AdvancED SIP Drop Down Action Links Drop down links will include the following: Tasks – enter, continue, review PDF Archives Manage Archives See example next slide… Functionality Improvement # 2

29 © 2010 AdvancED Functionality Improvement # 2

30 © 2010 AdvancED PDF Archive PDF Archive available in Manage Archives Each archive generated will allow the user to enter notes pertaining to archived document. The date the archive was created, by whom, report status and notes will display. Document will be downloadable. In addition, reports will be archived automatically after submission and acceptance of reports. See example on next slide … Functionality Improvement # 3

31 © 2010 AdvancED Functionality Improvement # 3

32 Online Resources

33 TRAINING RESOURCES

34 COMMUNICATIONS

35 Additional Online Resources and Tools MI CSI Steps and Stages Video Series for Goals Management Coming soon! SIP - Recorded Webinar - Coming soon! Coming soon! SIP - Live Webinar - Coming soon! LEAPC/DIP Training and Updates Coming soon! SDP/A - Coming soon!

36 Questions & Answers © 2010 AdvancED


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