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1 Shared commitments between the Oregon Education Investment Board and K-12 School Districts and ESDs

2  Oregon Education Investment Board  Established by Senate Bill 909  12-member board chaired by the governor  Charged with:  Reaching Oregon’s 40/40/20 goal  Overseeing creation of a seamless, unified education system

3  To align Oregon’s education system toward achievement of 40/40/20 goal  To focus and inform state investment and local budget decisions  To showcase best practices and promote collaboration  To replace provisions of NCLB with a more supportive and flexible accountability system

4 Achievement Compact Student-level data Priority/Focus/Model Designation School & District Report Card Policymakers -- State & District Guide budget & policy setting at state & local level to improve achievement Parents & Public Provide ratings & information about school & district quality Focus state & district school improvement efforts. Inform teaching & learning Educators & Community Students, Families, & Teachers

5 College and Career Ready: Are students completing high school ready for college or career? 9th graders of Dis- advantaged 9th graders of Dis- advantaged 9th graders of Dis- advantaged 9th graders of Dis- advantaged 9th graders of **Dis- advantaged 4-Year Cohort Graduation Optional Required Optional 5-year Cohort Graduation Optional Required Optional 5-Year Completion Optional Required Optional Post-Secondary EnrollmentPending Optional Required Optional Earning 9+ College CreditsOptional Required Optional Disadvantaged is aggregate of disadvantaged student groups (details on pp. 2-4) Gray shaded boxes are district-provided projections and goals ** goals are optional Progression: Are students making sufficient progress toward college and career readiness? All Dis- advantaged AllDis- advantaged All*Dis- advantaged Goal All Dis- advantaged 4-Year Goal ( )** Dis- advantaged Ready for SchoolKindergarten readiness assessment under development 3rd Gr. Reading Proficiency Optional Required Optional 3rd Gr. Math Proficiency Optional Required Optional 6th Grade On-Track Optional Required Optional 9th Grade On-TrackOptional Required Optional *Estimate based on most recent available data **2016 Goals are optional Equity: Are students succeeding across all buildings and populations? Goal4-Year Goal ( )** Priority & Focus Schools* RequiredOptional DISAGGREGATED DATA AND GOALS FOR EACH DISADVANTAGED STUDENT GROUP LISTED ON PP 2-4 *Prior to , school in federal AYP "Need Improvement" status **4-year Goals are optional Local Priorities: What other measures reflect key priorities in the district? (optional, up to 3) Year Dis- advantaged YearDis- advantagedYearDis- advantaged1-Year Goal Dis- advantaged 4-Year Goal**Dis- advantaged Optional **4-year Goal optional Investment: What is the public investment in the district? (does not include capital investments) * * QEM calculation of Formula Revenue District Share Local Revenue not passed through formula District Official Federal Revenue State Grants not passed through formula OEIB Chief Education Officer NOTE: The gray fields for current and past data are optional, as are the tan fields for local priorities. Districts should fill in the blue fields with their targets, provided student counts are six or more.

6 College and Career Ready: Are students completing high school ready for college or career? 4-year cohort graduation 5-year cohort graduation 5-year completion Post-secondary enrollment Earning 9+ college credits 6

7 Progression: Are students making sufficient progress toward college and career readiness? Ready for School (under development) 3 rd Grade Reading Proficiency 3 rd Grade math Proficiency 6 th Grade On Track (attendance) 9 th Grade On Track (attendance and credits) 7

8 Equity: Are students succeeding across all buildings and populations? Priority & Focus Schools Disaggregated data and targets for economically disadvantaged students, limited English proficiency students, students with disabilities, students of color (broken down by race and ethnicity), and TAG students. 8

9 Local Priorities: What other measures reflect key priorities in the district? Optional 9

10 Investment: What is the public investment in the district? (does not include capital investments) Formula Revenue Local Revenue not passed through formula Federal Revenue State Grants not passed through formula 10

11 College and Career Ready: Are students completing high school ready for college or career? 9th graders of Dis- advantaged 9th graders of Dis- advantaged 9th graders of Dis- advantaged 9th graders of Dis- advantaged 9th graders of **Dis- advantaged 4-Year Cohort Graduation Optional Required Optional 5-year Cohort Graduation Optional Required Optional 5-Year Completion Optional Required Optional Post-Secondary EnrollmentPending Optional Required Optional Earning 9+ College CreditsOptional Required Optional Disadvantaged is aggregate of disadvantaged student groups (details on pp. 2-4) Gray shaded boxes are district-provided projections and goals ** goals are optional Progression: Are students making sufficient progress toward college and career readiness? All Dis- advantaged AllDis- advantaged All*Dis- advantaged Goal All Dis- advantaged 4-Year Goal ( )** Dis- advantaged Ready for SchoolKindergarten readiness assessment under development 3rd Gr. Reading Proficiency Optional Required Optional 3rd Gr. Math Proficiency Optional Required Optional 6th Grade On-Track Optional Required Optional 9th Grade On-TrackOptional Required Optional *Estimate based on most recent available data **2016 Goals are optional Equity: Are students succeeding across all buildings and populations? Goal4-Year Goal ( )** Priority & Focus Schools* RequiredOptional DISAGGREGATED DATA AND GOALS FOR EACH DISADVANTAGED STUDENT GROUP LISTED ON PP 2-4 *Prior to , school in federal AYP "Need Improvement" status **4-year Goals are optional Local Priorities: What other measures reflect key priorities in the district? (optional, up to 3) Year Dis- advantaged YearDis- advantagedYearDis- advantaged1-Year Goal Dis- advantaged 4-Year Goal**Dis- advantaged Optional **4-year Goal optional Investment: What is the public investment in the district? (does not include capital investments) * * QEM calculation of Formula Revenue District Share Local Revenue not passed through formula District Official Federal Revenue State Grants not passed through formula OEIB Chief Education Officer NOTE: The gray fields for current and past data are optional, as are the tan fields for local priorities. Districts should fill in the blue fields with their targets, provided student counts are six or more.

12  From now until June 30, 2012:  Set targets and complete compacts  By July 2, 2012:  Submit completed compacts to OEIB  July 31, 2012:  Deadline for Chief Education Officer to accept achievement compacts and local priority measures

13  By September 30, 2012:  Board appoints Achievement Compact Advisory Committee  By February 1, 2013:  compacts provided to districts and ESDs  By June 30, 2013:  Deadline for Chief Education Officer to accept achievement compacts and local priority measures

14  Collaborative process is key  ‘Sowing the seeds’ this spring  Continue in earnest next fall  Compacts are evolving documents  With our help, they will get better over time  Real hope for the future  Move us away from NCLB  Move us toward greater investment in education

15  Collaborative process is key  ‘Sowing the seeds’ this spring  Continue in earnest next fall  Compacts are evolving documents  With our help, they will get better over time  Real hope for the future  Move us away from NCLB  Move us toward greater investment in education

16  Collaborative process is key  ‘Sowing the seeds’ this spring  Continue in earnest next fall  Compacts are evolving documents  With our help, they will get better over time  Real hope for the future  Move us away from NCLB  Move us toward greater investment in education

17  Comments to the OEIB   Questions  Margie Lowe, ,  On the Web   ation/Oregon_Education_Investment_Board.aspx ation/Oregon_Education_Investment_Board.aspx  Board.shtml Board.shtml


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