Presentation on theme: "Title One Program Evaluation Report to the CCSD Board of Education June 17, 2013 Bill Poock, Title One Coordinator Leslie Titler, Title One Teacher."— Presentation transcript:
Title One Program Evaluation Report to the CCSD Board of Education June 17, 2013 Bill Poock, Title One Coordinator Leslie Titler, Title One Teacher
Title One Program To ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach, at a minimum, proficiency on challenging State academic achievement standards and state academic assessments. This purpose can be accomplished by — Purpose:
Federal Action Steps (1) ensuring that high-quality academic assessments, accountability systems, teacher preparation and training, curriculum, and instructional materials are aligned with challenging State academic standards; (2) meeting the educational needs of low-achieving children (3) closing the achievement gap between high- and low- performing children; (4) holding schools, local educational agencies, and States accountable for improving the academic achievement of all students;
Federal Action Steps (5) distributing and targeting resources sufficiently; (6) improving and strengthening accountability, teaching, and learning by using State assessment systems designed to ensure that students are meeting challenging State academic achievement and content standards; (7) providing greater decision-making authority and flexibility to schools and teachers;
Federal Action Steps (8) providing children an enriched and accelerated educational program; (9) promoting schoolwide reform and ensuring the access of children to effective, scientifically based instructional strategies and challenging academic content; (10) significantly elevating the quality of instruction by providing staff in participating schools with substantial opportunities for professional development; (11) coordinating services; and (12) affording parents substantial and meaningful opportunities to participate in the education of their children.
Program Goal #1 75% of Title One students will meet or exceed their spring growth target on the MAP (Measures of Academic Progress).
Program Goal #1 Results
Program Goal #2 80% of Title One students will meet or exceed grade level targets for fluency and comprehension as measured by the spring BRI (Basic Reading Inventory).
Program Goal #2 Results
Program Goal #3 90% of Title One Parent Survey responses are positive towards the Title One program in the areas of student services provided, communication, and opportunities for family/parent support.
Program Goal #3 Results
Other Parent Survey responses included: In what ways has the Title I program helped your child? Mark all that apply. My child can use decoding skills to figure out unknown words. (19/24)* (9/13)* (8/9)* (15/23)* (51/69 = 74%) My child can understand what they read. (20/24)* (11/13)* (7/9)* (13/23)* (51/69 = 74%) My child has moved from word-by-word reading to reading in phrases and chunks. (21/24)* (11/13)* (8/9)* (14/23)* (54/69 = 78%) My child is more motivated to read. (18/24)* (8/13)* (7/9)* (18/23)* (51/69 = 74%) I notice my child’s vocabulary is expanding. (21/24)* (12/13)* (6/9)* (17/23)* (56/69 = 81%) What changes have you seen in your child’s confidence about reading and school? Mark all that apply. My child picks up and reads books independently. (17/24)* (9/13)* (7/9)* (14/23)* (47/69 = 68%) My child shows enthusiasm for reading books. (17/24)* (8/13)* (6/9)* (15/23)* (46/69 = 67%) My child reads from a variety of books with a broad range of topics. (19/24)* (10/13)* (8/9)* (14/23)* (51/69 = 74%)
Program Goal #3 Results 45% of Title I parents completed the surve y: 62% for Crest (24/39)* 35% for Heights (13/37)* 22% for Ridge (8/36)* 58% for View (23/40)* System Total: 45% (68/152)
Parent Advisory Council Meeting May 30, 2013 Parent Policy/Compact : No Major Changes Continue to encourage ways to increase parental communication regarding Title One services
Parent Advisory Council Meeting May 30, 2013 Parent Involvement Ideas : Family Reading Night Literacy Nights w/coaching sessions for parents (on fluency and/or comprehension) Have local celebrities attend Possibly all Title One teachers together Reading Night at Barnes and Noble with scheduled readers
Parent Advisory Council Meeting May 30, 2013 Ideas to Improve our Title One Program : Website w/strategy video Look at 3 rd grade scores to track Title One students’ progress over time
2013 – 2014 Action Steps for Improvement 1.Continue to collaborate with classroom teachers to align instruction 2.Work with classroom teachers to regularly use assessment data to drive decision-making 3.Use developmentally appropriate strategies to increase level of performance in the area of fluency 4.Consider tracking 3 rd grade students (served by Title One in 2 nd grade) to determine growth
Future Considerations 1.Implications for new FAST Assessments (State Literacy Assessments) for Ridge and Heights 2.Considerations regarding number of students on Title One teachers’ rosters 3.Additional Support for Title One students through Response to Intervention (RTI)