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2 PBS Update Special Education Leadership September 15, 2006

3 107 PBS Schools

4 Schools by Population

5 Districts Appoquinimink Brandywine Caesar Rodney Cape Henlopen Capital Christina Colonial DSCYF Indian River Lake Forest Laurel Milford New Castle County VoTech Red Clay Smyrna Woodbridge Charters Alternatives

6 Professional Development

7 School-wide Cluster School-wide PBS Cultural Competency Family School Collaboration Assessment Classroom Management

8 PBS for Individual Students Cluster Person-Centered Planning Functional Behavioral Assessment Behavior Support Plans Targeted Team Intensive Team/Wrap-Around Services

9 46 PBS Star Schools

10 PBS Star School Criteria SET-D overall mean score 80% or higher SET-D score of 80% or higher for Behavioral Expectations Taught School Team meets monthly and is representative of entire school population School team uses data to make decisions and submits end of year data analysis School team uses more than one data source to evaluate program effectiveness Family Involvement Character Education implemented in school

11 PBS Star School Growth

12 Alternative Star Schools Brandywine Community Compass Cobblestone Community School

13 Appoquinimink Star Schools Silver Lake Redding Middle MHS Townsend Brick Mill Cedar Lane Olive B. Loss Meredith Middle

14 Brandywine Star Schools Carrcroft Darley Road Harlan Springer Middle Claymont PS DuPont Maple Lane

15 Cape Henlopen Star Schools Shields Milton HO Brittingham Rehoboth

16 Capital Star Schools Fairview Kent ILC

17 Charter Star Schools Academy of Dover

18 Christina Star Schools Keene STERCK Shue-Medill Middle Wilson DownesGallaher Newark HS Smith ES Stubbs

19 Colonial Star Schools Carrie Downie George Read Middle Eisenberg

20 Lake Forest Star Schools Central Chipman Middle LFHS

21 Laurel Star Schools North Laurel

22 Red Clay Star Schools Shortlidge Academy Stanton

23 Smyrna Star Schools Clayton ES

24 Woodbridge Star Schools Woodbridge ES

25 Assessment

26 DSTP Assessment Task Force Summative Assessment Given Later in School Year Formative Assessment 2 – 3 per year End of Course Assessments Use Technology Anticipated date – Spring 2009 Accommodations Work Group Update Modified Assessment

27 DAPA Changes Lists of students coming soon – UPDATE!! Timeline for new Alternate Assessment: DAPA-II DAPA-II New Alternate Assessment North Carolina Alignment Study Recommended Curriculum – Access to General Ed.

28 Changes Original Signatures Performance Indicators – NO ExPIs IEP Objectives no longer required Grade Changes for Science and Social Studies

29 Content Area Alignment Grade as of 9/1/06# of Content AreasContent Area 22ELA, Math 34ELA, Math, Sci, SS 42ELA, Math 54ELA, Math, Sci, SS 62ELA, Math 72 84ELA, Math, Sci, SS 92ELA, Math 102ELA, Math *112Sci, SS *DAPA portfolio required the first year that the student is in 11th grade 6

30 Portfolio Due Date All students in grades 2 – 11 (as of September 1, 2006) who meet the participation criteria are required to have a portfolio submitted on… FEBRUARY 1,

31 Test Security It is a testing security violation for an individual to fail to follow DSTP test administration procedures... School districts and individuals shall not Fail to report test scores, number of students tested, or any other data element required to be reported to the Department; Report incorrect or otherwise inaccurate test scores, number of students tested, or any other data element required to be reported to the Department; Exclude a student from participation except in accordance with the regulations of the Department; Refuse to disclose to the Department information concerning a violation of the foregoing data requirements; Refuse to cooperate in the investigation of a suspected data reporting violation whether such investigation is conducted by a school district or the Department. The investigation shall include a review of mitigating circumstances, if applicable. Take a minute to review Tab 7 pages 58 & 59 59

32 Test Security Test security and confidentiality is vital to maintain validity, reliability, and fairness of the test results All DAPA Test Administrators (a.k.a. developers) must read and understand the Test Security Policy Violations are subject to investigations and consequences as determined by the school district and the Department 60

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