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PRIORITY AND FOCUS SCHOOLS: INCREASING CAPACITY FOR IMPROVEMENT USING THE INDISTAR ® ACTION-PLANNING TOOL June 11, 2014 OSPI’s Office of Student and School.

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1 PRIORITY AND FOCUS SCHOOLS: INCREASING CAPACITY FOR IMPROVEMENT USING THE INDISTAR ® ACTION-PLANNING TOOL June 11, 2014 OSPI’s Office of Student and School Success Travis Campbell, Director, K-12 Education Nate Marciochi, Information Technology Specialist Andy Kelly, Assistant Superintendent

2  Research Alignment  Capacity  Documentation, Electronic Reporting, & Progress Tracking  Continuous Improvement Planning WHY INDISTAR?

3 CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PROCESS 3

4  School-level  District-level  Coach-level (OSPI Success Coach/ESD Success Leads)  State-level INDISTAR ACCOUNT TYPES

5  Principle 1: Provide strong leadership  Principle 2: Ensure teachers are effective and able to improve instruction  Principle 3: Expand time for student learning and teacher collaboration  Principle 4: Strengthen the school’s instructional program  Principle 5: Use data to inform instruction and for continuous improvement  Principle 6: Establish a safe and supportive school environment  Principle 7: Engage families and community STUDENT AND SCHOOL SUCCESS PRINCIPLES (“TURNAROUND PRINCIPLES”)

6 “Indicators” are rapid improvement evidence-based practices at the district, school, and classroom level used to improve student learning. –Each Indicator relates to a Student and School Success Principle (“Turnaround” Principles) –Wise Way Research is provided for every indicator “Expected Indicators” are those that OSPI has designated as expected to be addressed in school action plans. –Schools must have one “active” Expected Indicator per Student and School Success Principle from the bank of 17 School-level Expected Indicators –District Plans must address all 13 District-level Expected Indicators INDICATORS & EXPECTED INDICATORS

7 Principle 5: Use data to inform instruction and for continuous improvement, including by providing time for collaboration on the use of data EXAMPLE: STUDENT AND SCHOOL SUCCESS PRINCIPLE & EXPECTED INDICATORS P5-IID08: Instructional teams use student learning data to assess strengths and weaknesses of the curriculum and instructional strategies. (Instructional Framework, Multi-Tiered Framework, Smarter Balanced Assessments) P5-IID12: All teachers monitor and assess student mastery of standards-based objectives in order to make appropriate curriculum adjustments. (Instructional Framework, Multi-Tiered Framework) Expected Indicators aligned to Principle 5:

8 S.M.A.R.T. goals/objectives articulate both the evidence supporting the strategy and measurable outcomes for students and educators. The acronym “S.M.A.R.T.” is used to describe goals/objectives that are:  Specific,  Measurable,  Actionable/Attainable,  Realistic/Results-oriented, and  Timely/Time-bound CREATING S.M.A.R.T. GOALS “If we do ___, then we impact ___, that results in ___.”

9 Handbooks to guide and support the process: Action-Planning Handbook for School Teams and their Districts Action-Planning Handbook for School Teams and their Districts -examine ways to increase educator capacity & improve student achievement -use the Indistar action-planning tool to assess, create, & monitor Student and School Success Action Plan, as well as integration of Title I Schoolwide Plan. Required Action District (RAD) Guidance Handbook Required Action District (RAD) Guidance Handbook -companion to the Action-Planning Handbook -in depth description of all RAD requirements and steps to exit required action status -guidance when building upon Student and School Success Action Plan when addressing concerns raised in the Academic Performance Audit Report

10 TIMELINE FOR IDENTIFIED SCHOOLS Collect Data Engage in Data Analysis Assess Indicators using tools provided (Current Level of Development tool) Apply for iGrant funds (available July 1, 2014) May – Aug 2014 ESD Action- Planning Workshops Create and/or Revise Student and School Success Action Plan Submit Plan to OSPI (Oct 30, 2014) Implement Plan Coach Critique of submitted Action Plans Schools Address Coach Critique feedback and/or Peer Review and feedback Implement Plan Progress Monitor Indicators and Tasks Revise Plan as necessary Submit Plan for mid-year review (Feb 28, 2015) Submit Plan for annual review (May 30, 2015) Mar 2014 May - Aug 2014 Aug – Oct 2014 Nov – 2015 School Year RAD schools recommended to State Board of Education

11 LET’S DIVE INTO THE INDISTAR ® ACTION-PLANNING TOOL:


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