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1 Edit the text with your own short phrases. To change the sample image, select the picture and delete it. Now click the Pictures icon in the placeholder to insert your own image. The animation is already done for you; just copy and paste the slide into your existing presentation. Single Plan For Student Achievement (SPSA) Presented by: Amy Barker and Martie Hagarty Regional Systems of District and School Support (RSDSS) Region 2

2 Essential Questions What is the purpose of the Single School Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) and how can it directly improve student achievement? What is the purpose of the Single School Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) and how can it directly improve student achievement? What are the steps necessary to develop the SPSA? What are the steps necessary to develop the SPSA?

3 Definitions SSC-Student Site Council SSC-Student Site Council SPSA-- Single Plan for Student Achievement SPSA-- Single Plan for Student Achievement LEA Plan –District Plan under NCLB LEA Plan –District Plan under NCLB Con App- Consolidated Application Part I, Part II Con App- Consolidated Application Part I, Part II Advisory or Governance – Student Site Council & other groups advisory to administration and Board of Education Advisory or Governance – Student Site Council & other groups advisory to administration and Board of Education Indirect Costs-- Expenses to cover administrative cost of programs Indirect Costs-- Expenses to cover administrative cost of programs Centralized Services —Services run by district for sites Centralized Services —Services run by district for sites 85/15 Rule -- EC –at least 85% of the categorical funds must be used for direct services to students at the school site. 85/15 Rule -- EC –at least 85% of the categorical funds must be used for direct services to students at the school site.

4 SPSA Legislation In 2001, legislation was passed that all schools that participate in state and federal categorical programs funded through the consolidated application must have a Single School Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA). In 2001, legislation was passed that all schools that participate in state and federal categorical programs funded through the consolidated application must have a Single School Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA).

5 Purposes of the “Single Plan ” Consolidate all school plans Consolidate all school plans Base school goals on data analysis Base school goals on data analysis Align content of single plan with school goals Align content of single plan with school goals “Game plan” for raising student performance “Game plan” for raising student performance Integration of State and Federal Programs Integration of State and Federal Programs Accountability for your tax dollars Accountability for your tax dollars Condition of funding— Condition of funding— LEA Plan: NCLB, Section 1112(a) LEA Plan: NCLB, Section 1112(a) SPSA: Education Code 64001(a) SPSA: Education Code 64001(a) (Education Code sections 64001(d),(f))

6 Components of SPSA Effective instruction Effective instruction Align with the LEA Plan and LCAP Plan Align with the LEA Plan and LCAP Plan Data analysis Data analysis Focuses on student achievement and academic interventions Focuses on student achievement and academic interventions Implements high leverage school improvement actions Implements high leverage school improvement actions Alignment of resources Alignment of resources Uses research-based strategies Uses research-based strategies

7 Role of the School Site Council Requirements Develop plan Develop plan Governing board approval Governing board approval Monitor implementation Monitor implementation Evaluate effectiveness of plan Evaluate effectiveness of plan Annually Update Annually Update

8 Legal Specifics for SPSA Developed and approved by School Site Council Developed and approved by School Site Council Programs funded through the Consolidated Application (Con App) Programs funded through the Consolidated Application (Con App) Reviewed annually by School Site Council Reviewed annually by School Site Council School goals School goals Improving student achievement Improving student achievement Alignment Alignment School advisory committee School advisory committee Consolidated Application funds Consolidated Application funds LEA Plan LEA Plan Governing Board approval Governing Board approval

9 Consolidated Application (ConApp) Role of CDE Role of CDE Spring release Spring release Part I- LEAs intent to apply for funds (due in June of each year) Part I- LEAs intent to apply for funds (due in June of each year) Winter/Fall release Winter/Fall release Part II- LEAs distribution of funds to school sites (due February 28th of each year) Part II- LEAs distribution of funds to school sites (due February 28th of each year) State Board of Education approval State Board of Education approval

10 Role of the Consolidated Application The Consolidated Application is an agreement between each LEA governing board and the State Board of Education on the use of funds. Once submitted and approved by the local governing board and State Board, the Con App is the document that auditors and compliance review personnel use to determine supplement-supplant issues. Once submitted and approved by the local governing board and State Board, the Con App is the document that auditors and compliance review personnel use to determine supplement-supplant issues.

11 District Superintendent Provides General administration of schools General administration of schools Leadership and training for SSCs (COEs) Leadership and training for SSCs (COEs) Assessment data Assessment data Information on standards & curriculum Information on standards & curriculum Staffing, purchasing and accounting Staffing, purchasing and accounting Guidance and assistance in the development of the plan. Guidance and assistance in the development of the plan.

12 District Governing Board Responsibilities Approve or disapprove the Single Plan for Student Achievement and its subsequent revisions Approve or disapprove the Single Plan for Student Achievement and its subsequent revisions Certify that school plans are consistent with local improvement plans required for federal funding Certify that school plans are consistent with local improvement plans required for federal funding

13 School Advisory Groups Advises the Student Site Council School Site Council Develops and monitors the plan Governing Board Approves or disapproves the plan School/Administrative Team Implements the Plan

14 Recommended Steps for Developing the Single Plan for Student Achievement

15 Step One Analyze student achievement data CAASPP data CAASPP data AMAOs AMAOs CAHSEE CAHSEE CELDT CELDT API report API report AYP report AYP report Local benchmarks assessments Local benchmarks assessments

16 Step Two Measure Effectiveness of Current Improvement Strategies Measure Effectiveness of Current Improvement Strategies State Program Assessment Tools Comprehensive Needs Assessment Academic Program Survey

17 Step Three Identify Achievement Goals that Align with the District LEA Plan Identify Achievement Goals that Align with the District LEA Plan

18 Be a Critical Consumer of Educational Research Fads and innovations in education Fads and innovations in education “Good” and “bad” research in education “Good” and “bad” research in education Research-based vs. research-validated Research-based vs. research-validated Gates Foundation support for small high schools Gates Foundation support for small high schools Class Size Reduction (CSR) program in California Class Size Reduction (CSR) program in California U.S. Department of Education School Improvement Grants U.S. Department of Education School Improvement Grants Lessons from the Comprehensive School Reform Demonstration (CSRD) Lessons from the Comprehensive School Reform Demonstration (CSRD) Only 3 of 24 models evaluated by American Institutes for Research (AIR) had strong evidence of improving student achievement. (American Institutes for Research [1999]) Only 3 of 24 models evaluated by American Institutes for Research (AIR) had strong evidence of improving student achievement. (American Institutes for Research [1999])

19 Where to Find Research-Based Programs that Work An Educator’s Guide to Schoolwide Reform (American Institutes for Research [1999]) An Educator’s Guide to Schoolwide Reform (American Institutes for Research [1999])http://www.eric.ed.gov/PDFS/ED pdf What Works Clearinghouse What Works Clearinghouse Education Week online Education Week online Other Evidence-based strategies Other Evidence-based strategies

20 Step Four Define Details: Define Details: Timelines Timelines Personnel Responsible Personnel Responsible Proposed Expenditures Proposed Expenditures Funding Sources to Implement the Plan Funding Sources to Implement the Plan

21 Step Five Approve the SPSA SSC approval SSC approval Local governing board Local governing board

22 Step Six Implement the Plan Implement the Plan Assigning Assigning Directing Directing Supervising-Inspect what you expect Supervising-Inspect what you expect Keep the focus on the plan Keep the focus on the plan Purchasing materials Purchasing materials Training Training

23 Step Seven Monitor and Evaluate the Plan Strategies, Actions, Tasks Strategies, Actions, Tasks Implementation calendar Implementation calendar Walk-throughs Walk-throughs Mid-year checks for progress and barriers Mid-year checks for progress and barriers Annual Evaluation Annual Evaluation Formative Formative Summative Summative Evaluation documentation (CE 28) Evaluation documentation (CE 28)

24 Cycle of Continuous Improvement Cycle of Continuous Improvement Step One Analyze Student Data Step Two Measure Effectiveness Step Three Identify Goals Step Four Define Details Step Five Board Approval Step Six Plan Implementation Step Seven Monitor and Evaluate

25 Mid-year Changes to the SPSA Ineffective service or actions Ineffective service or actions Staff, equipment, or materials Staff, equipment, or materials School boundaries or demographic changes School boundaries or demographic changes Non-compliant activity Non-compliant activity Lack of support Lack of support

26 Funding Sources Federal : Federal : Title I: Low income, under-performing students Title I: Low income, under-performing students Title II: Teacher and principal quality Title II: Teacher and principal quality Title III: Language instruction for English Learners Title III: Language instruction for English Learners State : State : Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) Base Grant Base Grant Supplement Grant: for unduplicated students Supplement Grant: for unduplicated students Concentration Grant: for unduplicated students over 55% of student population Concentration Grant: for unduplicated students over 55% of student population

27 Who Should Help Create the SPSA School Site Council School Site Council School Leadership Team School Leadership Team Advisory Committees: Advisory Committees: English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC) English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC) School Advisory Committee (SAC) School Advisory Committee (SAC) Other Parent Groups Other Parent Groups PTA PTA GATE Committee GATE Committee

28 SPSA Template Forms Form A: Planned Performance in Student Performance Form A: Planned Performance in Student Performance Form B: Centralized Services for Planned Improvements in Student Performance Form B: Centralized Services for Planned Improvements in Student Performance Form C: Federal Programs Form C: Federal Programs Form D: School Site Council Membership Form D: School Site Council Membership Form E: Recommendations and Assurances Form E: Recommendations and Assurances Form F: Budget Planning Tool Form F: Budget Planning Tool Form G: SPSA Annual Evaluation Form G: SPSA Annual Evaluation

29 29 SPSA Form A: Planned Improvements in Student Performance Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Row 4

30 S.M.A.R.T. Goals Specific Specific Measurable Measurable Attainable Attainable Realistic Realistic Timely Timely

31 Form B

32 Form C

33 Form D

34 Form E

35 Form F

36 Form G SPSA Annual Evaluation SSC and LEA requirements SSC and LEA requirements Cycle of Continuous Improvement Cycle of Continuous Improvement Guiding questions Guiding questions Relevant factors Relevant factors Degree of implementation Degree of implementation Changes in student enrollment Changes in student enrollment Health and safety issues Health and safety issues

37 SPSA Form G: SPSA Annual Evaluation (Cont.) Plan priorities Plan priorities Plan implementation Plan implementation Strategies and activities Strategies and activities Involvement/Governance Involvement/Governance Outcomes Outcomes

38 Fiscal Issues to Consider Supplement versus Supplant 85/15 Title III 95/5

39 What’s coming? Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) Smarter Balance Assessments Smarter Balance Assessments Reauthorization of Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Reauthorization of Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA)

40 Time to Practice In small groups, spend minutes to practice writing a SPSA goal In small groups, spend minutes to practice writing a SPSA goal Include: Include: Your goal Your goal Strategy Strategy Actions Actions Persons responsible Persons responsible Task Task Funding Source Funding Source

41 Blueprint for Success An effective SPSA includes: Outline of priorities based on academic need Outline of priorities based on academic need Spending plan Spending plan Map to guide conversation Map to guide conversation Ensures all troops are marching to the same beat Ensures all troops are marching to the same beat Living document Living document

42 Invest in Success Blueprint for student success Blueprint for student success Time and energy Time and energy Shared vision Shared vision Comprehensive plan to increase student achievement Comprehensive plan to increase student achievement

43 SPSA Resources SPSA Guide I: A Guide for Developing a SPSA SPSA Guide I: A Guide for Developing a SPSA SPSA Guide II: The SPSA Template SPSA Guide II: The SPSA Template SPSA Guide III: Resource Index SPSA Guide III: Resource Index Form F: Budget Planning Tool Form F: Budget Planning Tool

44 Technical Assistance for All State and Federal Program Directors State and Federal Program Directors Principals Principals Other Administrators Other Administrators SSC Members SSC Members

45 Questions?


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