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Welcome to the Webinar
Guidance for Restructuring Broad Strokes ISBE Fall 2009
Responding to the Sanctions
The Sanctions and Kids: A Balancing Act
Federal Status AYP Schedule of Sanctions
When required? (Federal) Restructuring Or (State) Academic Watch 2 Status
Schools in status must have an improvement plan. …and schools that do not have a current locally approved, submitted plan. To Status
plans See Resource Manual
Early steps to improve a school count Whether youre Title I funded or not.
Restructuring Options 1.Replace all or most staff 2.Reopen as public charter school 3.Contract with a private entity 4.State take over 5.Other major restructuring of school governance
Plan Content Submission A Broad Strokes View of
Remodeling Major overhaul
Whats the best remedy?
How much change is sufficient?
Reopen as a charter school
Replace all or most of the staff
Enter into a contract
other major restructuring of the schools governance
What does a change in governance mean?
You may need a combination of options for your context.
Restructuring Plan Submission
Describe the track youre on
Innovation and Improvement Carol Diedrichsen 217/
Guidance for Restructuring Broad Strokes Illinois State Board of Education Innovation and Improvement.
Developing School Improvement Plans #101 Requirements – Resources – Successful Plans June 2010.
Tips for Improvement Planning: Lessons Learned ISBE Innovation and Improvement.
No Child Left Behind Public School Choice. Federal/State Requirements Federal System No Child Left Behind (NCLB): Choice Supplemental Educational Services.
Title One Parent Involvement Illinois State Board of Education Marci Johnson Interim Division Administrator/Division Supervisor Fall, 2009.
The No Child Left Behind Act and Title 1 Schools What Parents Should Know and Do.
Focused Monitoring: The District Improvement Plan Process-- Tips for Improvement Planning Lessons Learned from the District Improvement Plans.
April 2007 Corrective Action April 3, 2007 DuPage Regional Office of Education Dr. Darlene J Ruscitti, Regional Superintendent of Schools.
Accountability Reporting Webinar: Parent/Guardian Communications, NCLB School Choice and SES August 23, :00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Kenneth Klau.
Closing the Achievement Gap in Americas Public Schools U.S. Department of Education Office of Elementary and Secondary Education.
Response to Intervention in Illinois November 22, 2008 Presented by: Beth Hanselman and Marica Cullen Illinois State Board of Education.
Illinois State Board of Education Implementation of School Choice and Supplemental Educational Services District Technical Assistance Workshop June 2007.
At a Glance Review: No Child Left Behind Title I School Improvement Requirements Charleston Marriott September 18, 2008 Presented by: Karen Davies, Title.
Delaware Statewide Title I Conference 1 School Improvement – The Ever-Changing Landscape – Part I June 29, 2010 Bill McGrady U. S. Department of Education.
School Improvement Grant Section 1003(g) Bidders Conference Illinois State Board of Education April 4, :30 to 11:30 a.m. (CDT) 1.
AYP UPDATE Rachelle Tome Maine Department of Education
NCLB and Title I School Improvement School ChoiceCAPA Restructuring 1 & 2 Comprehensive Needs Assessment Parental Notification Supplemental Educational.
No Child Left Behind. HISTORY President Lyndon B. Johnson signs Elementary and Secondary Education Act, 1965 Title I and ESEA coordinated through Improving.
What is Title 1?. Title 1 funding began as a part of the Great Society Program of President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1965 under the Elementary and Secondary.
IDEA Final Report Process Patricia Holcomb-Gray NJ Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs Regional Meeting of LEAs, Charter Schools.
Writing the Response to Intervention (RtI) District Plan September 4, 2008 Presented by:Beth Hanselman and Marica Cullen Illinois State Board of Education.
21 st CCLC FY 2010 Request for Proposals Technical Assistance Workshops January 22, 23, and Feb 2, 2009.
- 0 - Update: Recommended school interventions in response to loss of enrollment, academic under-performance, and NCLB Oakland Unified School District.
1 of 12 Child Health Reporting System (CHRS) Data Entry Instructions for Annual Report of Immunization Status.
INFORMATION AND NEWS FOR BIBB COUNTY RETIREES. RETIREMENT INFORMATION FOR BIBB COUNTY EMPLOYEES AND RETIREES.
Maintenance of Effort and IDEA Webinar July 22, 2010 FY 2011 Maintenance of Effort (MOE) forms are available at
Illinois State Board of Education, Fall No Child Left Behind: Another school year begins…
Title I Services provided to Private School Students Jane Blanton Jane Blanton Suzanne Dillow
1 LEA DETERMINATIONS AND WHAT THEY MEAN FOR LOCAL DISTRICTS.
1 Mercer County Community College West Windsor, New Jersey April 1 & 2, No Child Left Behind Technical Assistance Developing and Implementing.
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