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1 State Education InitiativesState Education Initiatives Annual Spring Fiscal WorkshopAnnual Spring Fiscal Workshop April-May 2013April-May 2013

2 TDOE / District Budgets 2

3 3 State appropriations for K-12 education have increased substantially over the past three years

4 4 Education revenues have increased K-12 education:+ $189 million Other departments: ‒ $140 million Highlights in K-12 Education budget proposal Capital outlay restoration = $34 million LEA technology = $51 million (one-time) BEP salary improvement = $36 million (1.5%) BEP growth = $43 million

5 5 Sequestration: Impact to federal funds for education Sequestration effective March 1 It will affect district funding as of July 1, 2013 (when the funds for the next fiscal year begin). The current projection is a reduction of 5.1 percent on average Applies to Title I, IDEA, Perkins, 21 st Century

6 ACCOUNTABILITY RESULTS /2/2015 6

7 The accountability system under the waiver has two main objectives and Growth for all students, every year Closing achievement gaps, by ensuring faster growth for those students who are furthest behind 7

8 There were four possible outcomes for districts, based on a totality of results 8 Exemplary (21 districts) Intermediate (57 districts) In Need of Subgroup Improvement (54 districts) In Need of Improvement (3 districts)

9 Of 54 districts in need of sub-group improvement, 36 struggled with students with disabilities 9

10 Our goal is to be the fastest improving state This will be measured by our results on: NAEP ACT PARCC TN currently ranks 19 th out of 22 PARCC states (on NAEP.) Our goal, during the first year of PARCC, is to come in at least 12 th.

11 11 We have seen continued growth on TCAP 3-8 Achievement results over the past two years

12 We have also seen improvement on most high school End of Course tests

13 State Level Transformation of Services to Support District Needs April

14 Departmental  Special Populations  Curriculum and Instruction  Career Technical Education  Consolidated Planning and Monitoring  Consolidated Finance  CORE offices – district support 14

15 State Level Transformation of Services Division of Special Populations  Staffing Restructure to focus on instruction  Inclusion of SWD scores in teacher effect data  Testing Guidance  Identification of SLD / RTI 15

16 Staffing Restructure Special Populations  Assistant Commissioner Joey Hassell  Goal to create a TDOE structure to support district performance Special Education – Director of District Data – Director of Instructional Programming Federal Programs – Title I – Homeless, Migrant, ELL Special Schools TN Early Intervention Services 5/2/

17 Moving forward, we want to ensure students with disabilities are included in TVAAS calculations Bill number SB 156/HB 150. Removes prohibition on including SWD in individual growth calculations. The Tennessee Advisory Council for the Education of Students with Disabilities has endorsed this revision. Allows 8% more teachers to own their TVAAS data Sends the important message that all kids count In more than 97% of cases, teachers would have received the same teacher effect score with the inclusion of special education students 17

18 Standardized Testing Guidance Modified Assessments for Students with Disabilities  Modified assessments designed for most severely disabled students 1% of students in tested grades eligible for Portfolio 2% of students in tested grades eligible for MAAS When too many SWD are P/A on MAAS, they are reassigned randomly as BP  SWD who were proficient or advanced on MAAS last year, Where districts exceed the cap, students P/A, were reassigned to TCAP Systems that did not exceed the cap were permitted retest options The last year for TN MAAS is /2/

19 Amending Special Education Guidelines and Standards Regarding Evaluations for SLD  Proposed revision requires the districts assure that underachievement is not due to lack of instruction  Data must demonstrate that rigorous systematic instruction is evident throughout all tiers  Timeline Jan 2013 – Advisory Council for Education of SWD affirmed action Feb 2013 – SBE hears guidelines on first reading March 2013 – SBE conducted rulemaking hearing April 2013– SBE hears guidelines (revised) first reading July 2013– SBE hears guidelines second reading July 2014 – effective date of implementation 19

20 Division of Curriculum and Instruction  Common Core Implementation  Assessment Design – PARCC  Professional Development  RTI supports 5/2/

21 Notes on Common Core State Standards  Standards articulate core expectations but do not define curriculum. Curriculum will continue to be locally controlled.  The adoption of Common Core State Standards does not change the graduation requirements outlined in the Tennessee Diploma Project.  Common Core State Standards implementation began during the School Year School Year: K-2 Implementation Summer 2012: Trained 13,000 educators School Year: Partial Implementation 3-8 Math, 62 Districts in ELA Pilot Summer 2013: Will train 35,000 educators (27,000 currently registered) School Year: Full Implementation K-12 Math and ELA : Transition from TCAP to PARCC Assessment

22 PARCC will be given in two sessions PBAEnd of Year Feb/ March April / May PBA II EOC II Traditional Schedule High School Block Option PBA I EOC I Feb/ MarchApril / May Oct / Nov Dec /Jan

23 PARCC Design 3 Parts ELA & Literacy Research Simulation Literary analysis Narrative writing 2 Parts Math Short and extended response questions Focus on conceptual knowledge and skill and modeling and reasoning standards PBA 2 Parts ELA & Literacy 4-5 texts (literary and informational including social science, scientific, and technical texts at grades 6-11) Short-answer comprehension and vocabulary questions 2 Parts Math short-answer focusing on conceptual knowledge, skills, and understandings EOY

24 Preparing for PARCC requires operational preparation and instructional shifts Technology Scheduling Administration and Staffing Operations Math English Language Arts & Literacy Reading Instruction

25 Training Summary Common Core Leadership 101 Common Core Superintendent Summits This Winter/Spring Math K-8 Follow Up Math 9-12 Reading K-3 Kick Off ELA & Literacy 4-12 This Summer Common Core Leadership 101 Common Core Leadership 202 Reading Course Reading Intervention Math Content Math Intervention course Next Year

26 TN RTI Model 26

27 Division of Career and Technical  Transitioned to 16 nationally recognized career clusters supported by industry advisory councils to strengthen career pathways  Streamlined and revised CTE teacher licensure process  Programs of Study and accompanying courses that are rigorous, relevant, learner-focused, and aligned to CCSS  Office of Postsecondary Coordination & Alignment to promote participation in early postsecondary offerings  Pathways Tennessee - establishes 7 th –14 th /16 th academic pathways, linked to local, regional, and state labor market needs and trends. 27

28 Consolidated Planning and Monitoring Consolidated Finance Rationale  Better support districts in meeting ambitious goals for overall growth and gap closure  Streamline work in all aspects of monitoring and compliance  Increases focus on academic support for districts  Analyzing and utilizing all of available financial resources  Districts will continue to be supported throughout the transition in planning, monitoring and finance.  AJT and CORE staff will be available in the processes of closing out district finances and developing spending plans for

29 Division of Consolidated Planning and Monitoring  Consolidated Planning process Spring Federal and IDEA Spring 2014 – addition of CTE, PK  Consolidated Monitoring process School year - – Desktop review of federal processes – Revised and reduced paperwork for districts – Upload – inventories, budgets, amendments, personnel lists  Cyclical monitoring vs. Focus monitoring 29

30 Consolidated Planning and Monitoring March 2013-June 2013  Restructure of ESEA / IDEA planning and monitoring leadership  Introduction of HMB planning tool for ESEA and IDEA July 2013-June 2014  Possible inclusion of CTE and PK in planning process  Possible shift to HMB monitoring tool for ESEA and IDEA July 2014  Possible inclusion of other divisions in offices of planning and monitoring 30

31 31 TBA Director Consolidated Planning and Monitoring TBA Director Consolidated Planning and Monitoring Kathleen Airhart Deputy Commissioner Kathleen Airhart Deputy Commissioner Nan McKerley Director IDEA Accountability Nan McKerley Director IDEA Accountability Eve Carney Director Federal Programs Accountability Eve Carney Director Federal Programs Accountability Hiram Tate IDEA/Federal Accountability Planning and Monitoring Hiram Tate IDEA/Federal Accountability Planning and Monitoring Deryl Gentry IDEA/Federal Accountability Planning and Monitoring Deryl Gentry IDEA/Federal Accountability Planning and Monitoring TBA IDEA/ Federal Accountability Planning and Monitoring TBA IDEA/ Federal Accountability Planning and Monitoring Nina Murphy IDEA/Federal Accountability Administrative Support Nina Murphy IDEA/Federal Accountability Administrative Support Valerie Starks IDEA/Federal Accountability Administrative Support Valerie Starks IDEA/Federal Accountability Administrative Support Internal Audit Internal Audit Division of Consolidated Planning and Monitoring

32 Division of Consolidated Finance  Bringing together 6 divisions under coordinated leadership Local finance TDOE accounting / fiscal State IDEA ESEA Perkins Other – PK, miscellaneous grants 5/2/

33 Staffing Restructure CORE Office  Chief District Support Officer Ken Green  CORE goal is to create a TDOE structure to support district performance  8 regional CORE Offices Director of CORE office Data Specialist - Consolidated Planning Instructional staff – math, reading, intervention Compliance staff – Consolidated Fiscal, Consolidated Monitoring Other Consultants – CTE, ECE evaluator, USDA (food services) 5/2/

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