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1 DSAC Interview & Balanced Scorecard Start-up Guide The Connecticut State Department of Education Supported School Districts

2 Project Overview and Purpose DSAC Interview: District self-assessment using research-based framework DSAC Interview: District self-assessment using research-based framework DSAC Interview Report: Fine-grain view of each group’s perceived strengths/needs DSAC Interview Report: Fine-grain view of each group’s perceived strengths/needs DSAC District Summary Report: Large-grain view of all groups’ perceived strengths/needs DSAC District Summary Report: Large-grain view of all groups’ perceived strengths/needs Select Evidences of Desired Improvement: Measures of improvement in areas of need identified above Select Evidences of Desired Improvement: Measures of improvement in areas of need identified above Track Improvement in Balanced Scorecard: Regular meetings of the District Data Team confirm progress Track Improvement in Balanced Scorecard: Regular meetings of the District Data Team confirm progress Use Balanced Scorecard as D.I.P.: Balanced Scorecard becomes an on-line, live document for stakeholders Use Balanced Scorecard as D.I.P.: Balanced Scorecard becomes an on-line, live document for stakeholders

3 Login Leave unchecked if on shared computer

4 Select DSAC Interview

5 Create or Select Interview Click here to begin a new interview To return to an existing interview, click one of these

6 Enter New Interview Information Select your district Date of interview Select “Group” then “Other” Type your group name: Executive Cabinet; Content & Support Areas; Parents and Community; Teachers; or Building Administrators Leave Position blank Select the level to which you are most closely connected Enter name of person from group doing the data entry then SAVE.

7 Select and Begin an Interview Section Select a section here by clicking on “Processes”

8 Rate Evidence and Best Practice Click on this box to begin

9 Rate Evidence and Best Practice (contd.) Work from Right to Left (Rate evidence first) Work from Right to Left (Rate evidence first) STEP 1: Check if evidence can be found across all grades and areas to support the statement STEP 2: Choose rating for this best practice STEP 2: Choose rating for this best practice SAVE then click on “CLOSE”

10 Move on to next sub-process Application automatically averages ratings on best practices Click here to assess the next sub-process SAVE your work frequently Rate how well this sub-process has been defined and formalized by the school district

11 Move on to next Process & Reports Select the next process for your group. Not all groups must do all processes. When you’ve don all of the processes for your group, move on to viewing reports.

12 Reports menu Report of the single- group interview you’ve just taken or viewed Fine-grain report, averaged across all of the district’s groups Coarse-grain report, averaged across all of the district’s groups. MOST USEFUL FOR PLANNING PROCESS Coarse-grain report, averaged across all of the district’s groups. MOST USEFUL FOR PLANNING PROCESS

13 Interview Report These are the results from ONLY the currently selected district-group interview Note the hierarchy

14 District Detail Report Listing of the district groups included in these results Averaged results across all district groups

15 District Summary Report Select a best practice that is in need of development ( for this example) Select a best practice that is in need of development ( for this example) From this point, the integration with the Balanced Scorecard begins From this point, the integration with the Balanced Scorecard begins

16 Select Best Practices to be Developed and Measured for Improvement BE VERY FOCUSED AND JUDICIOUS HERE! You will be holding yourself accountable for improvement in these evidence areas. BE VERY FOCUSED AND JUDICIOUS HERE! You will be holding yourself accountable for improvement in these evidence areas. Click “Add to Cart” when done

17 Review Cart On subsequent uses, select here and click SAVE On first use, select “Add to new scorecard”

18 Go to Scorecard or Continue Selecting Areas of Need To go to scorecard To continue selecting evidences

19 Auto-importing of Selected Best Practices and Setting Baselines & Targets Best practice linked to the evidences you selected imported automatically Evidences you selected are imported automatically Set your baseline and one-year- target percentages of completion for each evidence The Strategic Objective is written by the district in light of the selected best practice and evidences If you have written Tier 1 goals at the top of the scorecard, select the most pertinent one here

20 Enter Project Information Sponsor: Person with budgetary and/or executive authority for project Manager: Day-to-day oversight and responsible for deliverables. Sponsor: Person with budgetary and/or executive authority for project Manager: Day-to-day oversight and responsible for deliverables.

21 Enter Vision, Mission, and Tier 1 Goals

22 Enter Your Progress Throughout the Year All numbers should be entered as percent of project completed. All numbers should be entered as percent of project completed.

23 Supported District Contacts  Bob Pitocco: ; Bristol, CTHS  Ken Imperato: ; Manchester, Naugatuck, West Haven  Alan Kramer: ; Windsor  Tony Gasper: ; Hamden  Additional support: Kathleen Wedge: ; Deborah Richards, Bureau Chief: ;


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