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1 Texas Accountability Intervention System Reconstitution Planning

2 Who is here today?

3 Objectives Gain clarification of statutory requirements for making staff determinations in reconstitution Enhance understanding of campus redesign elements Prepare for reconstitution submissions

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5 Answer Answer questions by phone or Provide Provide feedback on submissions Clarify Clarify communications and expectations Work Work in coordination with TCDSS and ESCs

6 Reconstitution Staffing Campus Redesign

7 Reconstitution Staffing TAC § (7)(A) PrincipalTeachers Removal/reassignment of some or all campus administrative and/or instructional personnel in accordance with at least the minimum requirements of TEC §39.107

8 What are your current local policies/procedures regarding staff reassignment, termination, and non- renewal?

9 Reconstitution Staffing TAC § (7)(A) PrincipalTeachers Removal/reassignment of some or all campus administrative and/or instructional personnel in accordance with at least the minimum requirements of TEC §39.107

10 Reconstitution TEC §39.107(b)WHO Been employed at the campus for the previous two years – Years for which 1 st year IR and 2 nd year IR ratings were earned – and school year Principal

11 Reconstitution TEC §39.107(b) WHAT May not be retained on that campus UNLESS retention more beneficial for – Student achievement – Campus stability Principal

12 Reconstitution WHOTEC §39.107(b-1) Teachers of subjects assessed through state assessments Teachers

13 Reconstitution WHAT TEC §39.107(b-1) May be retained at campus ONLY IF – Pattern exists of significant academic improvement by students taught by teacher Teachers Can be reassigned to other position in the district

14 Who makes retention determinations for principals and teachers? Campus Intervention Team (CIT) District coordinator of school improvement (DCSI) Professional service provider (PSP) Campus Intervention Team (CIT) District coordinator of school improvement (DCSI) Professional service provider (PSP) CIT Procedures

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17 Partner Processing What factors does the CIT need to consider given its statutory responsibility for retention determinations?

18 Process for evaluation Data sources Local policies and procedures Board policy HR procedures Transfer/reassignment Staff conversations CIT CONVERSATIONS

19 Are retention determinations made for all campus staff? (i.e., assistant principals, counselors, elective teachers) District decision TAC supports if choose to include all staff Minimum requirements – Teachers – Principal Special education considerations

20 Submission Requirements Principal Principal Retention Framework Summary How going to review Documented in reconstitution plan Decision Teacher Summary How going to review Documented in reconstitution plan Number of retained teachers by subject Number of reassigned teachers by subject Decision How & Draft decisions Final decisions

21 Determination Summary Determination Process Data sources – statutory requirements How data sources will be used in determinations Type of feedback provided Supports Professional development Data used to monitor progress Other supports Decisions Principal Teachers Aggregate number meeting criteria set in process

22 Reconstitution Staffing Campus Redesign

23 Reconstitution Rebuilding Transforming Recreating Redesigning

24 Curriculum and instruction changes Staffing Personal attention and guidance High expectations for all students Rigorous/relevant academics Structural and managerial innovations Financial commitment Sustained professional development Parent/community involvement Campus Redesign Elements

25 Table Activity How might these redesign elements look in a school?

26 Table Activity Rigorous/ Relevant Academics Personal Guidance & Attention High Expectations Curriculum/ Instruction Changes Parent/ Community Involvement Financial Commitment Structural or Managerial Innovation Sustained Professional Development Additional counselors or staff

27 What will be your foundation elements? Campus Redesign Elements

28 Submissions

29 Does a K-2 campus that is paired with a 3-5 campus rated 2 nd year IR also have to plan for reconstitution? Yes Remember reconstitution has two parts – Staffing evaluation/retention – Campus redesign Staff evaluation –subjects assessed – Remember decisions data driven Separate, coordinated plans

30 Questions?

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32 Resources State Accountability Intervention Resources – Program Monitoring and Interventions - TEA State Accountability Intervention Resources – Program Monitoring and Interventions - TEA Texas Center for District and School Support

33 Contact Information Division of Program Monitoring and Interventions – – (512) Heather Christie, Manager – Christine Kent, TCDSS – Rachel Simic, TCDSS –


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