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1 CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Jack O’Connell, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Co-op Directors September 22, 2010 Héctor Rico, Director Categorical Compliance Division Patrick McMenamin, Administrator Categorical Program Monitoring Office Erin Carter, Web Producer/Administrator WestEd Interactive Update on Categorical Program Monitoring

2 JACK O’CONNELL State Superintendent of Public Instruction 2 Purpose Review Proposed Pilot of Redesigned 4x2 CPM Model for Discuss next steps Q & A

3 JACK O’CONNELL State Superintendent of Public Instruction 3 Basic Facts In February, 2009, Jack announced the suspension of all non-mandated on-site CPM visits for at least one year He called for a “top-to-bottom” review of our compliance monitoring system in order to redesign the system to “focus the greatest attention on those schools that need the most assistance” The SBE increased its focus on resolving non- compliant items CPM reviews resumed January 2010 –Limited Scope –Pilot of risk-based LEA selection criteria –California Accountability & Improvement System (CAIS)

4 JACK O’CONNELL State Superintendent of Public Instruction 4 CPM Redesign Objectives Focus the greatest attention on schools that need the most assistance Increase the use of technology to widen CDE’s statewide monitoring efforts through a combination of on-site and on-line reviews Focus monitoring efforts on student achievement results Mitigate findings (e.g. not utilizing a risk-based method for LEA selection; insufficient focus on fiscal issues; subrecipient monitoring) from audits & reviews of the CDE by the BSA and ED

5 JACK O’CONNELL State Superintendent of Public Instruction 5 Key Change in CPM Model Previous Model Proposed 4x2 Model Year 1Year 2Year 3Year 4 On-site review Pool Year 1 On-site review Pool Year 2 Optional self- review and/or work on resolving outstanding issues Year 3 Online Review Pool Year 4 Optional self- review and/or work on resolving outstanding issues As Needed: Follow-up reviews on-site

6 JACK O’CONNELL State Superintendent of Public Instruction Proposed Redesigned CPM 4x2 Model 2010/ / / /2014 C o h o A r t On-site reviews of 60-65* Cohort A LEAs (via selection process) Follow-up reviews on-site only as needed ▪ Online reviews of 60-65* Cohort A LEAs (via selection process) ▪ Follow-up reviews on-site only as needed Follow-up reviews on-site only as needed C o h o B r t Follow-up reviews on-site only as needed On-site reviews of 60-65* Cohort B LEAs (via selection process) Follow-up reviews on-site only as needed ▪ Online reviews of 60-65* Cohort B LEAs (via selection process) ▪ Follow-up reviews on-site only as needed C o h o C r t ▪ Online reviews of 60-65* Cohort C LEAs (via selection process) ▪ Follow-up reviews on-site only as needed Follow-up reviews on-site only as needed On-site reviews of 60-65* Cohort C LEAs (via selection process) Follow-up reviews on-site only as needed C o h o D r t Follow-up reviews on-site only as needed ▪ Online reviews of 60-65* Cohort D LEAs (via selection process) ▪ Follow-up reviews on-site only as needed Follow-up reviews on-site only as needed On-site reviews of 60-65* Cohort D LEAs (via selection process) *=Total LEAs Monitored *Note: Final number of LEAs to receive on-site or online reviews TBD

7 JACK O’CONNELL State Superintendent of Public Instruction Selection Criteria Four independent variables: three risk-based and one random sample Of the LEAs selected each year for an on-site or online review, 90% will be selected if they fall under any of the following three independent risk variables; 10% will be selected via a random selection process Tentative Risk Variables: –1. Academic: Top Cycle A LEAs with API (e.g. <800 in LEA or any subgroup) & PI (e.g. ≥3 yrs) & Title II (e.g. Level C) & Title III (e.g. ≥4 yrs) Note: Proposed criteria subject to change

8 JACK O’CONNELL State Superintendent of Public Instruction Selection Criteria (cont’d) 2. Fiscal A: Top Cycle A LEAs in –School districts: Per Pupil Allocation & Carryover % –County offices of education: Total Allocation & Carryover % 3. Fiscal B: –Subset of the Top 20 Cycle A LEAs in Total Allocation 5 LEAs to be selected, taking into consideration history of audit findings Note: Proposed criteria subject to change

9 JACK O’CONNELL State Superintendent of Public Instruction Selection Criteria : Funding Sources Per Pupil Allocation & Total Allocation : –Title I Pt. A (Basic & Neglected) –Title I Pt. C (Migrant) –Title I Pt. D (Delinquent) –Title II (ITQ) –Title III (LEP & Immigrant) –Title X Pt. C (Homeless) –Career Technical Education –Economic Impact Aid –ARRA (Title 1 Pt. A&D, SFSF, & Homeless) –Ed Jobs Fund Note: Proposed sources subject to change

10 JACK O’CONNELL State Superintendent of Public Instruction Selection Criteria : Funding Sources (cont’d) Carryover %: –Title I Pt. A –Title I Pt. D –Title II –Title III –EIA Note: Proposed sources subject to change

11 JACK O’CONNELL State Superintendent of Public Instruction 11 Tentative Participating Programs or Instruments: 1.Adult Education (AE) 2.Before and After School Programs (BASP) (NCLB Title IV, Part B [21stCCLC]; [ASSETs]; & [ASES]) 3.Career Technical Education (CTE) 4.Child Development (CD) 5.Compensatory Education (CE) (NCLB Title I, Pt. A; & ARRA) (Former PI Instrument incorporated into CE Instrument) 6.Education Equity (EE) 7.Ed Jobs Fund (EJ) 8.English Learner (EL) (including NCLB Title III) 9.Fiscal Monitoring (FM)

12 JACK O’CONNELL State Superintendent of Public Instruction 12 Tentative Participating Programs or Instruments (Cont’d): 10. HIV/AIDS Prevention (HIV) 11.Homeless Education (HE) (NCLB Title X, Pt. C; & ARRA) 12.Improving Teacher Quality (ITQ) (NCLB Title II, Pt.A) 13.Migrant Education (ME) (NCLB Title I, Pt. C) 14.Neglected or Delinquent (NorD) (NCLB Title I, Pt. D; & ARRA) 15.Physical Education (PE) 16.State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (SFSF) (ARRA) 17.Uniform Complaint Procedures (UCP)

13 JACK O’CONNELL State Superintendent of Public Instruction 13 Next Steps Cycle A LEAs selected for a CPM on-site review will receive notification Cycle C LEAs selected for a CPM online review will receive notification subsequent to Cycle A LEAs being notified of their reviews Cycle A & C LEAs selected for a CPM review will be notified a minimum of 45 days in advance of on-site review or online submission deadline

14 JACK O’CONNELL State Superintendent of Public Instruction 14 Next Steps (cont’d) Soon after LEA receives notification of on-site CPM review: –CDE team lead will contact LEA’s CPM coordinator to facilitate scheduling and other matters in preparation for the review –LEA will submit an “LEA General Information Form” to help the CDE team lead and LEA coordinator make decisions regarding scheduling and other matters –LEAs will receive CAIS training

15 JACK O’CONNELL State Superintendent of Public Instruction 15 Next Steps (cont’d) Information regarding training on program requirements/instruments is forthcoming New Ed Job Fund (EJ) and Fiscal Monitoring (FM) instruments (Titles I Parts A&C, II, III, IV)

16 JACK O’CONNELL State Superintendent of Public Instruction 16 Possible Timeline Notification to LEAs selected for on-site reviews likely by early October Training on CAIS and Program Instruments to begin shortly after notification On-site reviews likely to begin early December Notification of online reviews and submission deadlines TBD (most likely after the start of the new year 2011).

17 JACK O’CONNELL State Superintendent of Public Instruction 17 Resources: CPM Team Leads Region Team LeadPhone (916) 1 & 5Pilo 2 & 3Lynn 4 & 9Ted 6 & 10Eleanor 7Carmela 8Ramiro 11Robert

18 JACK O’CONNELL State Superintendent of Public Instruction 18 Other Resources CPM Office: CPM website: CDE/WestEd CAIS Support: CPM Redesign input mailbox: ARRA & Ed Jobs Act website:

19 JACK O’CONNELL State Superintendent of Public Instruction 19 Q & A CAIS


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