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1 P-16 Council Overall Goals Regional change agents for “Closing the Gaps” Engaging community stakeholders Parents K-12 teachers K-12 administrators College faculty Higher Education Administrators Business Workforce Boards Community Organizations to create a college going culture

2 P-16 Council Enhancement Gra nts FY 2008 – $435,000 – 22 P-16 councils – P-16 council enhancement funds

3 P-16 Council Enhancement Grant s FY 2009 – $787,172 – 17 P-16 Councils – RFP to fund P-16 councils efforts in four areas: Staff support Professional development Data driven decision making Work with HB 400 (low college-going rate) schools

4 Evaluation Phases Phase I – FY 2008 Forward – Process Evaluation Focus on Outputs (What have you done?) – Number of Council meetings held – Number of outreach activities – Number of stakeholders impacted/involved

5 Evaluation Phases Phase II – FY 2010 Forward – Impact Evaluation Focus on Outcomes (What is your impact?) – Increase in college-going rates – Increase in college-completion rates Focus on Best Practices (How have you done it?) – Identify councils who have had impact – Identify promising practices related to impacts

6 P-16 Council Grant 2008 Goals 1.Build strong P-16/Community Partnerships 2.Regional meetings for teachers, faculty, business, community and workforce leaders. 3.Increase college-going and completion culture 4.Develop long-range strategic plans

7 Effectiveness is based on ability to meet the FY 2008 grant program goals. N= 21 programs

8 P-16 Council Grant Goals 1.Increase staff support 2.Support professional development on College and Career Readiness Standards 3.Focus Regional P-16 Councils work through data driven decision making 4.Target HB 400 schools to establish college-going culture

9 Effectiveness is based on ability to meet the FY 2009 grant program goals. N= 17 programs

10 FY 2009 Example of Support Staff Enhancement South Plains Closing the Gaps P-20 Council (Lubbock) 1.20 county area 2.One full-time director 3.Quarterly council meetings 4.Go Center development 5.Public awareness 6.Community events 7. Partnership agreements with: Public and private schools Business and industry Community-based organizations Governmental agencies Faith-based organizations Higher Education

11 FY 2009 Example of Professional Development Council for Educational Excellence (Laredo) 1.College and Career Readiness Standards Regional Meetings 2.Educational Summit 3.Parent Festivals 4. Mathematics vertical alignment 5. English vertical alignment

12 FY 2009 Example of Data Driven Decision Making Deep East Texas P-16 Council (Nacogdoches) 1.Established Data Bank for each of its 15 districts 2.District reports completed and disseminated to each district Data bank includes data on students: participating in Advanced Courses who are college ready taking and scoring at or above criterion ACT/SAT enrolled in 2 and 4 year post- secondary Texas institutions

13 FY 2009 Example of Work with Low-Performing Schools Lower Rio Grande P-16 Council (Harlingen) 1.High School Improvement Conference 2.Direct support to students 3.Direct support to high school staff Direct Services Include: Peer Mentoring Career Planning College Admissions Prep Financial Aid Assistance High School to College Transition

14 P-16 Council Outputs P-16 Institutes 773 people attended 4 Institutes held in August, November, February and June. People from 17 institutions that were not funded have participated in the Institutes.

15 P-16 Council Outputs Data Driven Decision Making (through THECB and TEA partnership) – Pre-K through 5 th grade Data Elements Children enrolled in Pre-K Math and Reading Assessments – 1 st grade ARI and AMI – 3 rd through 5 th grade TAKS

16 P-16 Councils Outputs Data Driven Decision Making (through THECB and TEA partnership) – Middle School Data Elements 6 th, 7 th, 8 th reading, math assessments 7 th writing 8 th science Retention rates 9 th graders in 10 th grade courses

17 P-16 Council Outputs Data Driven Decision Making (through THECB and TEA partnership) – High School Data Elements 9 th graders advancing to 10 th grade 12 th graders who enroll in: – Advance Placement/International Baccalaureate – Dual Credit – Advanced Continuing Education courses – 9 th grade cohort enroll in minimum high school program.

18 2009 Final Evaluation Quantitative Data Collection: – K-12 Schools and students served – Teachers trained – Partnerships formed – Events held – Interventions started in schools – Analysis of Strategic Data Plans

19 2010 Evaluation Parent Involvement Goals – Training Evaluation – Pre- and Post surveys of parents participating – Number of parents/students involved in outreach

20 2010 Evaluation Best Practice Research Identify councils with promising practices In depth study of: 1.Best practices for partnerships 2.Best practices for improving K-12 student success 3.Best practices for improving college-going


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