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1 Instructional Support Services Literacy: Year in Review Presented by: Jayne Gill Director of Literacy

2 Purpose Describe the what and why of Literacy Programs and Frameworks in Douglas County School District Discuss the impact of these programs on whom Review the cost of the Literacy Programs and Frameworks

3 Literacy Programs and Frameworks Douglas County School District LIFT: K-12 schools Reading Recovery: Primary Read to Succeed: Primary Reading Together: 2 nd – 6 th grade Secondary Literacy Specialist: Middle School and High School

4 What and Why: LIFT Literacy Instructional Framework for Teaching K schools, 440 trained personnel Systemic, school wide staff development model Framework for teaching balanced literacy in universal setting, Tier 1 Taught by ALL teachers

5 What and Why: Reading Recovery® Has been in district schools 4 years Serves the lowest achieving 1 st grade students on an Individual Literacy Plan (ILP). Supports students in short term, 1-1 or small group intervention Serves students weeks Is taught by highly trained teachers using RR national guidelines

6 What and Why: Read to Succeed Serves 1 st grade struggling readers on an Individual Literacy Plan (ILP). Supports students with short term 1-1 or small group intervention for 30 minutes a day Serves students weeks Is taught by trained tutors using evidence-based, best practice similar to Reading Recovery

7 What and Why: Reading Together 15 week, scripted, peer tutoring program serving ILP students 2 nd – 6 th grade 16 elementary schools; 478 students A volunteer adult facilitates the program Tutor and tutee are two grade levels apart.

8 What and Why: Secondary Literacy Specialists Serve the literacy needs of all students, utilizing the 60%/40% model, in 2 aspects: – 60% coaching/mentoring teachers Provide embedded professional development Build effective literacy strategies in all content areas Allow ALL students to effectively access content area curriculum Tier I/Universal setting RtI – 40% direct service to most struggling ILP students Middle School – Pull-out program High School – Read/Write Strategies class Tier 2/Targeted setting RtI

9 Impact of these programs on whom: LIFT Starting Year 5 as LIFT, on average: 04/05 9 Schools Reading: 4% more students P/A on CSAP, 84% to 88% Writing: 9% more students P/A on CSAP, 63% to 72% DCSD Reading: 5% more students P/A on CSAP, 83% to 89% Writing: 8% more students P/A on CSAP, 70% to 76%

10 Impact of these programs on whom: LIFT LIFT, on average: 05/06 Starting Year 4 as LIFT, on average: 05/06 8 Schools students P/A on CSAP, 80% to 90% Reading: 10% more students P/A on CSAP, 80% to 90% students P/A on CSAP, 63% to 79% Writing: 16% more students P/A on CSAP, 63% to 79% DCSD studentsP/A on CSAP, 83% to 84% Reading: 1% more students P/A on CSAP, 83% to 84% studentsP/A on CSAP, 70% to 72% Writing: 2% more students P/A on CSAP, 70% to 72%

11 Impact of these programs on whom: Reading Recovery 85% at/above grade level; 1 st grade, ILP, RR served based on DRA2 pre/post Compared to 28% at/above grade level; all DCSD, 1 st grade ILP Compared to 75% at/above grade level; all DCSD 1 st grade students Success over time From 74% to 85% at/above grade level over 4 years For children served in 1-1 “Complete Intervention”

12 Impact of these programs on whom: Read to Succeed 1st grade 57% at/above grade level; 1 st grade ILP served by RTS Compared to 28% at/above grade level; all 1 st grade ILP students 2nd grade 53% at/above grade level; 2 nd grade ILP served by RTS Compared to 27% at/above grade level; all 2 nd grade ILP students

13 Impact of these programs on whom: Reading Together 2 nd – 6 th grade ILP students, measured by DRA2 45%, or 214/478, students at/above grade level 39%, or 186/478, students - more than 1 yrs growth 6%, or 18/315, of ILP students, exited the ILP Perception data, measured by surveys Tutors: 78% felt THEY became better readers Principals: 80% felt students grew in self confidence

14 Impact of these programs on whom: Secondary Literacy Specialists Proficient or Advanced (P/A) Reading CSAP 28% “served” ILP students 33% MS/HS all ILP students (direct and indirectly served) Compared to 81% Average P/A all 7-10 students DIG DEEPER “Year of more growth” on Reading CSAP 85% “directly served” ILP students 74% “directly and indirectly served” ILP students

15 Cost of the Literacy Programs and Frameworks: LIFT – Total $298,727; Average per school - $8,535 Reading Recovery – Total $2,178,254; Average cost per student - $2,205 Read to Succeed – Total $451,740; Average cost per student $1,898 Reading Together – Total $92,957; Average cost per student $194 Secondary Literacy Specialist – Total $1,154,334; Average cost per student $691

16 What else may occur for students? 1.Average cost SPED for 1 year in DCSD, $9,275 For average of 5 years = $46, Average cost of Title I = $2,400 For average of 5 years = $12, Average cost of retention= $9,200 For average of 1 year = $9, Average cost of “other” small group pull-out = $2,400 For average of 3 years = $7, Average cost to imprison for 1 year in US = $23,876

17 It’s in every one of us to help students reach their highest potential!


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