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1 Texas Turnaround Center Team Meeting November 20, 2013

2 WELCOME

3 INTRODUCTIONS

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5 If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself. —Henry Ford

6 Texas Education Agency

7 TEA,TCDSS, and TTC Teamwork

8 ESCs: TEC Chapter 8 Established in 1967 – Assist schools in improving student performance – Enable campuses and districts to operate more efficiently and economically – Play a critical role in implementing TEA priorities

9 TCDSS Goals Established under State Rider 93, included in Rider 57, and in the recent NCLB Waiver – Coordinate and leverage statewide technical assistance services for districts and campuses – Build statewide capacity for school improvement

10 TCDSS (con’t) – Develop a network of support and knowledge that includes ESC Turnaround Teams, PSPs, TEA staff, districts and campuses – Assist TEA by facilitating ESC collaboration in the provision of tools, products, and services to districts and campuses

11 TTC Goals Established in July 2008 – Coordinate and leverage statewide technical assistance services to support districts and schools – Build statewide capacity for school improvement – Develop a network of support and knowledge – Collaborate in the provision of tools, products, and services to districts and campuses TEA/TCDSS provided training TEA/TCDSS reimbursed all travel TEA required the Title I contact as a team member Five Innovation Grants were awarded ($50,000)

12 TTCs continue... Awarded $20,000 from TEA/TCDSS for sustainability in summer of 2011 TTC support required as part of Rider 57 Cluster Grants TTC support included in NCLB Waiver

13 Collaborative Goals for TCDSS and TEA support Priority Schools ESCs (TTCs) support Focus Schools (with collaboration of TCDSS) – Continue to develop statewide products and services that will assist low performing schools and districts (January Collaborative Meeting) – Support the CTEP project

14 Include TEA participation in all Collaborative Meetings Continue to refine TTC role related to low performing schools and campuses Increase meetings – Quarterly – TCDSS will reimburse travel – Continue communicate regularly Collaborative Goals for

15 RESOURCES

16 Critical Success Factors and Turnaround Principles

17 CSF/ Turnaround principles Activity

18 Turnaround Principle/ CSF Card Sort 1.Find your Turnaround/CSF envelope on your table 2.Spread out CSFs and turnaround principles 3.Sort turnaround principles under which CSF they fall under 4.Sort evidence cards under which CSF they fall

19 Evidence Turnaround Principle Critical Success Factor #1 Activity Example outcome Evidence Turnaround Principle Critical Success Factor #3 Evidence Turnaround Principle Critical Success Factor #2

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21 Data Analysis Needs Assessment Improvement Plan Implement and Monitor School Improvement Process What does this model mean to you? Where are your ESC areas of strength in this model? How effective is your ESC in providing support in each of the individual processes? What is the biggest challenge of this model for your ESC?

22 PRODUCT OVERVIEW Transformational Teachers Institute

23 LUNC H

24 PRODUCT OVERVIEW The Parent Connection – Go Social

25 BREA K

26 FUTURE WORK

27 CLOSING

28 Texas Turnaround Center Team Meeting November 21, 2013

29 WELCOME

30 PRODUCT OVERVIEW Curriculum Audit

31 BREA K

32 SPEAKER

33 FOCUS SUPPORT

34 LUNC H

35 FOCUS SUPPORT

36 Dissecting the Goals

37 Through the lens of supporting low performing schools: 1.Write down the significance of the goal 2.What does this goal look like in action currently 3.Narrow the goal using two words

38 Goal 1 Coordinate and leverage statewide technical assistance services to support districts and schools.

39 Through the lens of supporting low performing schools: 1.Write down the significance of the goal 2.What does this goal look like in action currently 3.Narrow the goal using two words

40 Goal 2 Build statewide capacity for school improvement.

41 Through the lens of supporting low performing schools: 1.Write down the significance of the goal 2.What does this goal look like in action currently 3.Narrow the goal using two words

42 Goal 3 Develop a network of support and knowledge.

43 Through the lens of supporting low performing schools: 1.Write down the significance of the goal 2.What does this goal look like in action currently 3.Narrow the goal using two words

44 Goal 4 Collaborate in the provision of tools, products, and services to districts and campuses.

45 Challenge: Create a Visual Representation Connect our goals to our work through the lens of supporting low performing campuses

46 CLOSING


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