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1 Executive Budget: Answering the Urgency of NOW Louisiana Department of Education Appropriations Committee Presentation April 6, 2011

2 2 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Our Charge is Clear

3 3 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Return on Investment Over last 10 years, more students on grade level (66% in 2010 v. 45% in 1999) Over last 5 years, the number of failing schools has fallen more than 75% Over the last 3 years, the dropout rate declined 28% Today, achievement gaps are closing faster than ever before

4 4 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Despite Progress, Challenges Remain, Students Wait; Analysis of Students Below Basic Based on 2010 SPS Our Challenge: The Urgency of NOW More than 230,000 Louisiana Students (One-Third) Are Still Performing Below Grade-Level.

5 5 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Louisiana’s Department of Education is actively transforming into a capacity-building, service delivery entity. ComplianceService Changing the Way We Do Business

6 6 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Urgency of Now 1.Build on Success (And Put an End to Failed Programs and Practices) 2.Achieve Greatest Impact By Providing Meaningful and Relevant Support 3.Set High Expectations and Hold Adults At Every Level Accountable for Outcomes Investing Strategically to Answer the Challenge

7 7 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Part 1: Celebrating Recent Success

8 8 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Vision Create a World-Class Education System* for All Students in Louisiana. *World-Class Means All Children Will Meet Grade-Level Expectations. Mission Ensure Higher Academic Achievement for All Students Eliminate the Achievement Gaps Between Races and Classes Prepare Students to be Effective Citizens in a Global Market LDOE: Our Vision and Mission

9 9 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education * First Time Testers and Full Academic Year: 1999–2001 Grades 4 and 8; Grades 4, 8 and 10; Grades 3-8 and 10 Subgroup Performance: ELA Percent Basic and Above* Eliminating the Achievement Gap Our Progress

10 10 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education * First Time Testers and Full Academic Year: 1999–2001 Grades 4 and 8; Grades 4, 8 and 10; Grades 3-8 and 10 Subgroup Performance: Math Percent Basic and Above* Eliminating the Achievement Gap Our Progress

11 11 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education %67.4% Improving Cohort Graduation Rates College-Going Rate 47%46%47% Remediation Rate 32%29%28% Our Progress

12 12 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Number of Failing Schools (12.6%) (9.9%) (7.1%) (4.3%) (3.4%) Our Progress

13 13 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education HPHP Schools: Models of Success Our Schools are Overcoming Challenges of High Poverty  In 2008, we identified 21 HPHP schools; today, that number has more than doubled to 56 HPHP schools  SPS 100+ for Multiple Years  Free/Reduced Lunch Levels Above State Average of 64.9%  Up to 91% Minority Enrollment  Majority of Students Scoring Basic or Above in Mathematics and English Language Arts Children of Any Background Can Achieve at High Levels Our Progress

14 14 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Historic Drop in Annual Student Dropout Rates  Dropout Rate Declined 28% between 2009 and 2010 Our Progress

15 15 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Part 2: Recognizing our Continuing Challenge

16 16 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Despite Progress, Analysis of Students Below Basic Based on 2010 SPS Our Challenge: The Urgency of NOW More than 230,000 Louisiana Students (One in Three) Are Still Performing Below Grade-Level.

17 17 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education School Performance Score Range 196 Schools - Academic Watch List (School Performance Score Between 60-75); SPS 75 Represents School Where 50 Percent of Students Below Grade-Level. Our Challenge: The Urgency of NOW

18 18 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education  Only 67 Percent of Our Students Graduate in the Traditional Four-Year Time Frame.  47% of Our High School Graduates Who Attempt to Enroll In Military Cannot Pass Academic Requirements.  1 in 5 Five-Year Olds Will Finish 1 Year of College and Take 2 Years to Do It.  Louisiana Recently Earned an F from Quality Counts for Student Academic Achievement Our Challenge: The Urgency of NOW

19 19 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Louisiana…We Have A Continuing Crisis in Our Classrooms And Our Children Cannot Wait for Us to Ease Our Way Into Making the Necessary Changes Our Challenge: The Urgency of NOW

20 20 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Part 3: Identifying Education Resources

21 21 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Our Resources: Answering the Urgency of NOW

22 22 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Total District/School Funding88% MFP$3.383 Billion Sub-grantee Assistance (Federal and State)$1.452 Billion Non-Public Assistance$25.5 Million *Local Revenues ( )$3.111 Billion State-Run School Districts10% RSD (Operating)$320.4 Million RSD (Construction)$231.3 Million Special School District$15.9 Million State Activities2% State General Fund$54.8 Million Dedicated Federal Funding$77.3 Million Proposed Budget Allocates More Than 98 Percent to Districts Our Resources: Answering the Urgency of NOW

23 23 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education MFP Largest Source for State Education Spending Our Resources: Answering the Urgency of NOW

24 24 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education FY 2005 Proposed FY 2012 % Change Actual MFP State Allocation $2,624,561,103 $3,383,202, % Total Student Enrollment 710, , % MFP per Pupil Allocation $3,696 $5, % MFP Allocations: FY (Proposed) Our Resources: Answering the Urgency of NOW

25 25 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Since 2005, MFP Growth Equates to More Than 2.75% Increase Our Resources: Answering the Urgency of NOW *2012 = Based on Proposed Executive Budget Total MFP Appropriation Growth is more than 28%, or 4.1% per year

26 26 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Funding for LDOE Operating Budget and Statewide Targeted Initiatives (LA4, Literacy & Numeracy, HSR, CTE, Etc.) Represents 2.38 Percent of Total Education Spending in Louisiana. Our Resources: Answering the Urgency of NOW

27 27 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Majority LDOE Revenues Not from General Fund. Our Resources: Answering the Urgency of NOW

28 28 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Despite focus on increasing support to districts, agency budget is actually declining. Efforts to streamline and re-organize agency to become more efficient and effective have been ongoing and will continue. FY2008 = $135 million  FY2009 = $140 million  FY2010 = $145 million Increase Attributable to: −Value Added Program −CTE Multiple Pathways −ARRA (IDEA and Title I)  FY2011 = $133 million  Proposed FY2012 = $132 million Our Resources: Answering the Urgency of NOW

29 29 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education LDOE Operating Budget includes a $4.2 million, or 12 percent, reduction in contractual spending for FY2011. LDOE is analyzing contractual spending to identify additional efficiencies for FY2012. Our Resources: Answering the Urgency of NOW

30 30 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Total Number of LDOE Positions has Declined from 858 in 2008 to 654 for FY2012. This 24 percent reduction includes layoffs as well as vacancies. Our Resources: Answering the Urgency of NOW 24 Percent Reduction

31 31 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Through efficiencies, including the merger of the Louisiana School for the Deaf and the Louisiana School for the Visually Impaired, the Special School District Has Achieved Cost Savings of $1.98 Million or 11 Percent, Over Last Three Years. Our Resources: Answering the Urgency of NOW

32 32 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education How can state policy-makers and elected officials, LDOE, local districts and schools use resources to support and improve performance outcomes for the students, families and taxpayers of our state? Our Resources: Answering the Urgency of NOW

33 33 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Part 4: Investing Resources Strategically for Student Success

34 34 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Use Resources, Programs, Policy, Partnerships to: 1.Raise Expectations 2.Hold Adults Accountable 3.Provide Technical Support to Local School Districts regarding Best Practices in: Literacy STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) College and Career Readiness Content Standards and Assessments Data-Driven Instruction Identifying and Developing High Quality Teacher and Leader Talent Turning Around Chronically Low Achieving Schools Answering the Urgency of Now: The State’s Plan* *The LA Blueprint for Education Reform can be reviewed in summary at

35 35 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education College and Career Readiness Goal: 80% of Students Graduate in Four Years by 2014 Answering the Urgency of Now: The State’s Plan* *The LA Blueprint for Education Reform can be reviewed in summary at Percentage of Students Graduating in Four Years

36 36 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Literacy Goal: Students are Literate by Third Grade Answering the Urgency of Now: The State’s Plan* *The LA Blueprint for Education Reform can be reviewed in summary at Percentage of Louisiana Students Literate by 3rd Grade

37 37 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Align Resources to: 1.Build on Success (And Put an End to Failed Programs and Practices) 2.Achieve Greatest Impact By Providing Meaningful and Relevant Support 3.Set High Expectations and Hold Adults At Every Level Accountable for Outcomes Using Resources to Answer The Urgency of Now

38 38 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education APPENDIX Appropriations Committee Presentation

39 39 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education 1. Building on Success: Return on Investment Dropout Prevention Programs ( ) Dropout Rates See Sharp Decline The number of students in grades 7-12 who dropped out decreased by more than 4,000 students - from 14,616 (4.8 percent) in to 10,520 (3.5 percent) in , representing a 28 percent decline Proposed Budget: $3.95 Million – EMPLOY/JAG

40 40 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Literacy Sites ( ) Outcome 2012 Proposed Budget: $29 Million – Literacy A study of students who participated in the state’s K- 12 pilot program revealed that from the spring 2007 to spring 2009, the percentage of students who performed at or above grade level on state assessments increased by 34 percent for 3, 5 th, 6 th, 7 th and 9 th graders and by 20 percent for 4 th and 8 th graders. 1. Building on Success: Return on Investment

41 41 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education 1. Building on Success: Return on Investment The Recovery School District: In School Year, More than 62 Percent of Students in New Orleans Attended Failing Schools. Today, that Figure Has Declined to Just Below 18 Percent % attended schools with no score % attended schools with no score

42 42 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education RSD Leads the State in Growth from Based on Gains in Students Scoring Basic and Above from Net Increase in Percentage Points of Students Basic & Above 1. Building on Success: Return on Investment

43 43 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education 2007 to 2010 RSD New Orleans Charter and Direct-Run Schools Based on Gains in Students at Basic and Above: Recovery School District Outpacing State’s Average Gains 1. Building on Success: Return on Investment

44 44 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education $12,519 RSD Per Pupil Revenue 1. Building on Success: Return on Investment The state’s average Per Pupil Revenue was $11,630. Controlling for one-time hurricane- related sources, the RSD’s per pupil revenue ranks 20 th among Louisiana’s 70 school districts.

45 45 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education 2. Building on Success: Return on Investment

46 46 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education $231M or 42% of total RSD FY2012 allocation ($551M) are FEMA construction funds 2. Building on Success: Return on Investment

47 47 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education 1. Building on Success: Return on Investment RSD Intervenes Only After School Has Failed An Entire Cohort of Students – Intervention of Last Resort  Imagine a middle school with 100 students…  To enter the RSD requires 4 consecutive years with: In 2003, less than 30 students on grade level In 2007, less than 35 students on grade level In 2011, less than 50 students on grade level  Is the bar high enough? Is 4 years of failure too long to wait?

48 48 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education 48 Why the Recovery School District? Schools Systems Have Historically Been Unsuccessful at Boosting Low-Performing Schools Not a Matter of Money  Study of 32 AUS Schools Reviewed in Revealed Average Funding Through Title I School Allocations for Previous 2-3 Years - $450,000 with Some Schools Receiving as Much as $700,000 Not a Matter of Resources  Prior to Transfer Schools Receive Additional Support from LDOE Distinguished Educator, Technical Assistance to Develop School Improvement Plan, Scholastic Audit 1. Building on Success: Return on Investment

49 49 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Recovery School District – Portfolio Management Strategy Option #1: Restart the School Via a Charter or Contract −Freedom to Create New Culture −Strict Performance Requirements −Community Involvement Option #2: Direct-Run the School −Stabilize School −Grant Autonomy to Staff −Over Time, Potentially Phase the School Out to a Charter −Community Involvement Option #3: Close School and Send Students to Higher Performing School −Community Involvement Direct-Run (NOLA)Type 5 Charter (NOLA)Outside NOLA Building on Success: Return on Investment

50 50 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Key Strategies Governing Authority Effective Teachers Data-driven Instruction New Schools School Choice School Autonomy Optimizing Budgetary Resources Modernized Facilities Successful Stability and Transformation of School District, Including: Locally Controlled Leadership Team Committed to the Implementation of School Reforms. Creation of Sustainable Reforms Despite Significant But Temporary Funding Resources. Construction of Secure Facilities that Meet the Demands of All Returning Students. All Students in Modern Classrooms with Technology Assets and Tools. Created an Environment of Self-Sustaining Improvement. 1. Building on Success: Return on Investment

51 51 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Recovery School District Exit Strategy  Goal is to successfully rehabilitate and improve schools and return to local control  Should return happen automatically or should we consider performance of school or former district?  If successful, schools can choose to go back to local district.  If not successful, schools can return if former district can demonstrate they have strongest plan to improve the school. 1. Building on Success: Return on Investment

52 52 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education In August, LDOE Implemented a Major Reorganization.  Reorganization has Distinct Student Focus; Fundamental Belief In Need to Focus on Students and Their Outcomes.  Nine Critical Goals tied to expectations for student achievement have been assigned to three core areas at the heart of our organization and efforts: 1.College and Career Readiness 2.STEM 3.Literacy 2. Using Resources to Achieve Greatest Impact

53 53 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education College and Career Readiness Critical Goals:  Students will Graduate on Time  Students will Enroll in Post-Secondary Education or Graduate Workforce-Ready  Students will Successfully Complete at Least one year of Post- Secondary Education 2. Using Resources to Achieve Greatest Impact

54 54 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Critical Goal:  Students Perform at or Above Grade Level in Math by 8 th Grade Literacy Critical Goals:  Students enter kindergarten ready to learn  Students are literate by the third grade.  Students will enter fourth grade on time.  Students perform at or above grade level in English Language Arts by eighth grade.  Achieve all Critical Goals, regardless of race or class. 2. Using Resources to Achieve Greatest Impact

55 55 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education 2. Using Resources to Achieve Greatest Impact

56 56 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education 2. Using Resources to Achieve Greatest Impact

57 57 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Louisiana’s Department of Education is actively transforming into a capacity-building, service delivery entity. ComplianceService 2. Using Resources to Achieve Greatest Impact

58 58 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education DELIVERY CHALLENGE: Drive Agency Focus on Student Outcomes. In 2007, about 260,000 students (40%) were below grade level The largest group of students we must impact is African- American children in poverty 2. Using Resources to Achieve Greatest Impact Currently, 230,000 Students behind

59 59 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education LDOE Division Goal Short-term target (based on historical performance) LITERACY 1. Students enter Kindergarten ready to learn50% of Kindergarteners on benchmark by Students are literate by the third grade72% of third graders at Basic or above on iLEAP by Students enter fourth grade on time75% of students arrive in fourth grade on time by Students perform at or above grade level in ELA by eighth grade 75% of eighth graders earn Basic or above on ELA LEAP by 2014 STEM 5. Students perform at or above grade level in math by eighth grade 68% of eighth graders earn Basic or above on math LEAP by 2012 COLLEGE & CAREER READINESS 6. Students graduate on time80% of students graduate in four years by Students enroll in post-secondary education or graduate workforce-ready 55% of graduates enroll in a post-secondary institution by 2016, 15% of graduates earn an industry-based certification 8. Students successfully complete at least one year of post-secondary education TBD ALL 9. Students achieve all eight Critical Goals, regardless of race or class Reduce the achievement gap between races and classes by 10% each year 2. Using Resources to Achieve Greatest Impact

60 60 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education What will we do? Is it working? What do we need to change? Strategic Planning, Execution, and Adaptation Conventional Strategic Planning Set aspiration Identify potential strategies Articulate key activities and timeline Delivery Methodology Set specific, measurable, ambitious, and time- limited goals Gap analysis Inventory current efforts Assess impact of current efforts Assess impact of additional strategies Will these strategies get us to our goal, and what will it take to implement with fidelity? 2. Using Resources to Achieve Greatest Impact

61 61 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Strategic Plan Sample: 80% Graduation Rate Goal Strategy (Note: list not comprehensive due to space constraints) Program/Policy/ Partnership Lever Support successful high school transitions for at-risk incoming 9 th graders Connections Targeted instruction and accelerated remediation for 9 th graders who are overage and academically behind Support on-time promotion to 10 th grade Everybody Graduates!; College & Career Readiness direct service re- organization Early warning data system and aligned interventions for at-risk 9 th grade students; reallocation of LDOE resources to direct field support Support academic remediation and an accelerated graduation track for overage high school students Accelerated Pathway/ASAP Academic interventions and sustained mentorship to help overage students graduate from high school in three years Align school format to student needsLouisiana Virtual School Virtual and distance options for credit and credit recovery Prevent drop-out or assist GED attainment among target students Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) Skills training, school-to-work connections, academic support, and mentorship Connect school to work Career and Technical Education (CTE); Areas of Concentration (AOC’s) Programs and credentials to provide students with career skills that will improve employment opportunities Support sustainable district reform Innovation Office (Educator pipelines, Trailblazer Initiative, Act 54) Tiered and targeted human capital, data, and internal process reform support at district level 2. Using Resources to Achieve Greatest Impact

62 62 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education What will we do? Is it working? What do we need to change? Strategic Planning, Execution, and Adaptation  50+ program, policy, and partnership strategic plans toward all goals  Some familiar initiatives with demonstrated impact on goals (ELFA, TAP, JAG)  Testing new initiatives with evidence regarding their likely impact RESULT: Credible strategic plans to reach goals; with clarity around the goals for which strategy gaps remain. Execution has begun toward 8 of 9 goals. 2. Using Resources to Achieve Greatest Impact

63 63 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education 2. Using Resources to Achieve Greatest Impact Percentage of Nationally Board Certified Teachers (NBCTs) in the Top and Bottom Quartiles of Teacher Effectiveness

64 64 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education 2. Using Resources to Achieve Greatest Impact Mathematics: 2005‐2006 to 2007‐2008 Distribution of Estimated Teacher Effects: Nationally Board Certified versus All Other Teachers

65 65 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education 3. Setting High Expectations AUS bar = 30 (~80% below grade level) 313 schools with SPS < AUS bar = 45 (~70% below grade level) 244 schools with SPS < AUS bar = 60 (~66% below grade level) 170 schools with SPS < AUS bar = schools with SPS < AUS bar = 75 (~50% below grade level) ? schools with SPS <75

66 66 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Letter Grade SPS Range Number of Schools in Range Percent of Students Basic & Above Average Graduation Rate Average Grad. Rate Range - +1 Stand Deviation A120.0 – – 100% – 97.7 B105.0 – – 87% – 89.4 C90.0 – – 75% – 86.1 D65 – – 63% – 78.6 F0 – – 38% – Setting High Expectations

67 67 Appropriations Committee Meeting | Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Louisiana Department of Education Central Question: What Kind of Future Will We Create?  Will Louisiana Continue Pushing Forward and Adopt Changes Universally Necessary to Meet the Compelling Needs of Our Children?  Will We Resist Political Pressure and Enlighten or Disregard Those Who Say ‘We Can’t Do Any Better or Pretty Good Is Good Enough’?  Will We Provide Our Next Generation With A World-Class Education and Prepare Them for the Future They Deserve? 3. Setting High Expectations


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