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1 Bureau of Indian Education Pilot Monitoring System Integrated Accountability and Support 2014 Indistar Summit Albuquerque, New Mexico March 24, 2014 BUREAU OF INDIAN EDUCATION

2 An Innovation Doesn’t Stand Still Native Star was born in SY for BIE schools – required SIG schools; optional for all other schools In SY , all BIE schools were required to use. In SY , 98% of all BIE schools use some aspects of the Native Star system.

3 An Innovation Doesn’t Stand Still Jan – Native Star Special Education Working Group formed. July 2013 – 99 Rapid Improvement Indicators selected for schools to assess and plan to improve outcomes for students with disabilities. Native Star SY Dashboard includes the Consolidated SW Budget Planning Template for all Programs, LSPP, FASA, CEIS, and Part B Spending Plan.

4 An Innovation Doesn’t Stand Still Aug. 2013, ESEA Programs, Special Education Programs, SIG Programs, and Early Childhood Programs plan the Integrated Accountability & Supports Monitoring Process Oct. 2013, IA&S Team conducts on-site verification at one of 20 schools to be part of the pilot.

5 What gets monitored gets done. Schools were submitting their reports for compliance. Our data indicated that outcomes for students weren’t much better. Our coaching sessions had turned into discussion of due dates for reports and technical issues.

6 Integrated Accountability & Support Bureau of Indian Education’s Pilot of New Monitoring Process  Next generation of differentiated recognition, accountability and support system (also referred to as the SRAS)  Goal: Raising academic outcomes for ALL students through continuous improvement  Integrated monitoring processes to include: Elementary & Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Title Programs Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Programs Early Childhood Programs (FACE, IDEA Part B & C) Applicable ESEA Discretionary Program – 21 st CCLC & McKinney-Vento

7 Integrated Accountability & Support Focus on foundational supports for continuous school improvement:  Shared Leadership & Decision Making Using Data  Curriculum, Assessment, and Instructional Planning  Highly Effective School Staff  Family and Community Engagement  Coordination and Integration of Education Resources

8 Integrated Accountability & Support Purpose: To assess the degree to which strong systematic approaches are in place that move a whole school forward to dramatically change the way it operates to improve student learning outcomes.

9 IA&S Monitoring Pilot Four parts:  Annual review of school’s applications and other required documents  Desk Review  On-site Verification Review  Identify & Follow-up Technical Assistance & Support

10 IA&S Monitoring Pilot Part I: Annual Review of Applications & Data  Title I Schoolwide  Special Education  Early Childhood

11 IA&S Monitoring Pilot Part II: Desk Review  Title I Consolidated Application AYP SMART Goals Report Title I Schoolwide Supplemental Report Applicable School Improvement Report Applicable Effective Practice Indicators Budget Assurances

12 IA&S Desk Review

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15 IA&S Monitoring Pilot Part II: Desk Review  Special Education Documents and Data SPP / LSPP Trend Data School Part B Application IEP File Review – LRE – Accommodations / Modifications

16 IA&S Desk Review

17 IA&S Monitoring Pilot Part II: Desk Review  Early Childhood Programs Part B and Part C FACE Provider Site Visit Reports Budgets Assurances

18 Integrated Accountability and Support Preparing for On-site Verification Visit – “Partners in School Improvement” Enemy Swim Day School and Bureau of Indian Education BUREAU OF INDIAN EDUCATION

19 IA&S Monitoring Pilot Part III: On-Site Verification Visit  School Presentation on Annual School Improvement Goals and Strategies Where are we now? Where do we want to be? How did we get to where we are? How are we going to get to where we want to be?

20 IA&S Monitoring Pilot Part III: On-Site Verification Visit  Focus Groups – School Leadership Team Instructional Teams Family and Community Council Middle School/High School Students

21 IA&S Monitoring Pilot Part III: On-Site Verification Visit  Classroom Observations Highly Effective Teaching Staff Implementation of Effective Practice Indicators of Classroom Instruction FACE Classroom visit FACE Home Visit

22 IA&S Monitoring Pilot Part IV: Follow-up Technical Assistance & Support  IA&S Monitoring Report  Compliance Action Plan  Resources


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