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1 NCLB Program Improvement Status Report for Chipman Middle School Presentation to the Board of Education October 28, 2008

2 Federal Accountability NCLB Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Program Improvement is determined by not meeting AYP two consecutive years in ELA and/or Math or the same indicator like API school wide or with any subgroup. Meeting AYP is determined using 4 indicators: Percent proficient or above in English Language Arts and Mathematics – Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs) Participation Rate API (CSTs, CAPA, and CAHSEE) Graduation rate-only for high schools

3 Identified Program Improvement Schools in California As of : 6,020 Title I Schools in California 2,241 schools are in Program Improvement (37.2% of Title I schools) 322 in Year in Year in Year in Year in Year 5 and beyond To exit PI, school must meet AYP two years in a row

4 Program Improvement Year 1 School Improvement Year 2 School Improvement Year 3 Corrective Action Year 4 Restructuring Year 5 Restructuring School Choice Transportation Set aside Title I funds Revise SSP Same as Year 1 Supplemental Services Same as Year 1 & 2 Select one of the following: Replace school staff New curriculum Decrease management authority Appoint outside expert Extend school year/school day Restructure organizational structure of school Parents & Public informed of corrective action & allows comment Same as Year 1-3 Plan for restructuring governance of school Examples: Close school & reopen as charter Replace all or most of staff Contract with private management to operate school Other major reform State takeover Same as Year 1-4 Implement plan for restructuring governance of school developed in Year 4

5 Chipman Middle School Program Improvement (PI) Year 3 Of the 4 areas, Chipman did not meet AYP two years in a row in the same content areas of ELA and Math AMO-ELA for African American students AMO-Math for African American students

6 Program Improvement Requirements Year 3 Select and implement one or more Corrective Actions Parent notification of the option of school choice to a non-program improvement school District will provide transportation costs Parent notification of supplemental educational services (SES) by state approved tutorial services Set aside Title I funds (up to 20% of total allocation) for choice, SES, & transportation costs Revise single school plan to NCLB requirements

7 Collaborative work to meet requirements: School Choice Parents can select choice option to another non- program improvement school Parent notification sent before school began for school choice Wood Middle School was determined to be in the best situation to accept new students As of October 12 th, 6 students selected the choice option As required, the choice option is a part of the enrollment packet, so new students will have choice Year 1 & 2 choice requests totaled 11 students

8 School Choice Transfers to Wood Middle School GradeGenderEthnicity Proficiency Level- Multiple Measures Special Program Bus PassInter- district 7FemaleWhite ELA: Prof Math: Adv No 7FemaleAsian ELA: Basic Math: BB No 8FemaleAsian CELDT: beginning English Learner, Sped No 8FemaleAsian ELA: Adv Math: Adv YesNo 8FemaleAsian CELDT: Early Inter ELA: Basic Math: BB English Learner No

9 School Choice Transfers to Wood Middle School GradeGenderEthnicity Proficiency Level- Multiple Measures Special Program Bus PassInter- district 6Female Declined to state ELA: BB Math: BB No 6Male White ELA: Basic Math: Prof YesNo 6Male African American ELA:BB Math: BB YesNo 6Male African American ELA:BB Math: FBB No 6Female African American New student YesNo 8Male White ELA: Basic Math: Basic YesNo

10 Collaborative Work to Meet the Requirements: Supplemental Educational Services (SES) Met with state approved SES providers; of the 55 approved providers, 20 signed a contract with AUSD SES parent letter & brochure have been finalized, translated, & sent home Eligibility for SES is prioritized based on first, non proficient achievement, then low income Each student would receive up to $925 worth of SES, which equates to approximately 16 one hour sessions Offer services end of November through April 17 th. Last year we served 30 students in SES.

11 Year 3: Purpose of Corrective Action When a school is identified for Corrective Action, this means that: The school has not made AYP for 4 years Increased District support to the school is needed More intensive work is needed to make its AYP

12 Implementation of Corrective Action Create a District/School Liaison Team (DSLT) With DSLT, complete Year 3 Corrective Action Protocol Incorporate Corrective Action(s) in the SSP to ensure alignment with District/School needs Amend District plan & budget to reflect changes to support school

13 Corrective Action Options Option 1: Replace the school staff who are relevant to the failure to make AYP Option 2: Institute & fully implement a new curriculum, including providing appropriate professional development for all relevant staff Option 3: Significantly decrease management authority at the school level

14 Corrective Action Options (cont) Option 4: Appoint an outside expert to advise the school on its progress toward making AYP, based on its revised school plan Option 5: Extend the school year or school day for the school Option 6: Restructure the internal organizational structure of the school

15 Collaborative work to meet Year 3 requirements… DSLT consists of School Site Council and Director of Curriculum & Director of ELD/Categorical Programs Implementation of California Department of Educations recommended protocol to select corrective action option(s)

16 CHIPMAN MIDDLE SCHOOL has been working tirelessly forging a deeper focus on English Language Arts and Mathematics. To approach these efforts, the school is instituting school wide agreements to provide engaging & motivating integration of academics and citizenship.

17 THE BIG PLAN! Chipman Middle School The Big Plan Environmental Stewardship Global Citizens Social Responsibi lity Content Enhancement Routines Fusion Embedded Strategies Academic Rigor Courageous Conversations Culturally Responsive Pedagogy Vision/Goal Equity Instructional Focus SIM/CLC Thematic Focus ITI


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