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1 Understanding District Corrective Action Michael A. Ford Federal Programs Director December 8, /8/2010

2 Old TermsCurrent Terms formally KY Tier1 status formally KY Tier 2 status formally KY Tier 3 status District Improvement Year 1 District Improvement Year 2 District Corrective Action Year 1 District Corrective Action Year 2* (Russell Co. is in Corrective Action, Year 2 and not to be confused w/ the district’s special ed. corrective action plan) *or more depending upon years of not making AYP 12/8/2010

3 Must meet AYP for two consecutive years to come out of “district improvement” or “corrective action”

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6 Sufficient Size For Annual Measurable Objectives: (Accountable Students) 1. at least 10 students in the subpopulation in each grade where NCLB assessments are administered, AND 2. at least 60 students in the subpopulation in these combined grades OR the number of students in the subpopulation is at least 15% of all students in these combined grades. For Participation: (Tested Students) 1. at lease 10 students in the subpopulation in each grade where NCLB assessments are administered, AND 2. at least 60 students in the subpopulation in these combined grades. 12/8/2010

7 But…our schools are high performing-YES, they are! Majority of schools didn’t have sufficient number of students w/ disabilities and/or 504 plans to meet the participation rate 12/8/2010 SchoolMet Participation Rate Russell Co. HighNo Russell Co. MiddleYes Russell Springs Elem.No Jamestown Elem.No Salem Elem.No Union ChapelNo

8 ConsequencesImplementing Consequences – Corrective Action Year 2 Time Frame for Notification to Families1. District develops notification to families of all students in the district. District may include information about programs and/or activities including professional development that the district has implemented to assist in improving instruction throughout the district. NCLB data and reports will be available to the public on September Disseminate notification as soon as possible after identification. Revision of District Corrective Action Improvement Plan 1. District develops or revises its district corrective action improvement plan. The plan is to be posted in a prominent and easy to locate place on the district Web site. Requirements for improvement plan are noted on page 10 of this quick reference guide. 2. Implement the revised plan. 1. No later than three (3) months after the identification (on or before December 20.) 2. Implement as soon as possible after revisions are completed. Revised Corrective Improvement Plan Submission 1. Teams of KDE staff will review and approve corrective action improvement plans. Review team leaders will send a notification letter to the district superintendent, district Title I coordinator, and the KDE Title I consultant. 2. District will submit revisions if needed. 3. District will implement revised corrective action improvement plan. 1. KDE teams will review and approve plans on or before February 4, Revisions must be submitted (if needed) by February 18, Implement the revised district corrective action improvement plan and corrective action as soon as approved. OVERVIEW OF TITLE I DISTRICT IMPROVEMENT STATUS 12/8/2010

9 ConsequencesImplementing Consequences – Corrective Action Year 2 Time Frame for Set-Aside for Professional Development District sets aside and expends at least 10% of its Title I allocation for professional development for district improvement. Set a twelve (12) month timeline for the set-aside and monitor the expenditure. Indicate the amount of the required set-aside for professional development for district improvement on the Title I Ranking Report. 1. Implement the PD plan as soon as possible. Set-Aside for Support of the Corrective Action Improvement Plan (Deferred Amount) and other Funding Sources 1. The district must set-aside a deferred amount to be used to address the areas of academic need across the district, specifically to support the work of the corrective action improvement plan. Indicate the amount deferred on the Title I Ranking Report. 2. Other funds for improvement activities must also be used to implement revisions in district corrective action improvement plan and the corrective action plan including Title VI (Rural Low-Income Schools (RLIS) Program or Small Rural Schools Achievement (SRSA) Program). Set a twelve (12) month timeline to expend the RLIS funds, the SRSA funds or any other funding sources. 1. Deferred amount must be expended during the fiscal year. 2. Other funds must be expended during the fiscal year. OVERVIEW OF TITLE I DISTRICT IMPROVEMENT STATUS 12/8/2010

10 Accountability Each of us are accountable to/responsible for all students Will take each and every one of us to come out of corrective action Higher performance for students at the school level (including those w/ disabilities) = improved performance for the district Regardless as to whether or not a particular subgroup meets the participation rate at your school, that subgroup will count at the district level 12/8/2010

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