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1 Priorities Update Board of Education Vincent Matthews, Interim State Administrator October 10, 2007

2 - 1 - I. District Goals 1.All students will graduate prepared to succeed in college and the workplace 2.All students will read and write at or above grade level by the end of 3 rd grade 3.All students will succeed in Algebra by the end of 9 th grade 4.All students and adults will respect one another and work together across cultures. 5.All employees will be high performers. 6.All schools will be clean, healthy, and safe. II. Strategy Team Priorities Increase rigor in teaching and learning Increase accountability for results Align budget to goals and priorities III. Other Updates Priorities Update

3 - 2 - Priority: Increase rigor in teaching and learning Alignment with District Goals Q1 Progress (Jul – Sep) Milestone / Strategy Expanded successful MC 2 elementary math pilot from 3 to 8 schoolsXX Hosted Summer Algebra Academies for 125 rising 9 th gradersXX Hosted Institute for Learning Algebra professional development for two teachers, principals, or coaches from each middle and high school XX Opened 9 new, programmatically diverse schools focused on rigor and resultsXXXXXX Sent 15 school teams to Professional Learning Community conferences around the countryXXXXX Launched On-Track online professional development tool and Site Administrators intranetXXXXXX 400 teachers participated in Summer Institute on Open Court ReadingXXX 140 teachers attended our English Language Development Summer InstituteXXX 177 teachers participated in Effective Classroom Management PDXXXX Overall, OUSD teachers and instructional staff took advantage of at least 2,214 individual professional development opportunities during summer 2007 XXXX Launched College Readiness Office to formalize support for the College Readiness Network and OUSD Counselors, and to promote college going culture pre-k to grade 12 XXX Reconvened College and Career Readiness Committee to increase A-G completion rates, AP offerings, and supports for and pathways to college and career readiness XXX Increased after-school programs from 32 sites to 90 district-wide using ASES and 21 st Century funds, including new 21 st Century after-school programs in our high schools XXX 1. All students will graduate prepared to succeed in college and the workplace 2. All students will read and write at or above grade level by the end of 3rd grade 3. All students will succeed in Algebra by the end of 9th grade 4. All students and adults will respect one another and work together across cultures. 5. All employees will be high performers. 6. All schools will be clean, healthy, and safe. District Goals

4 - 3 - Priority: Increase rigor in teaching and learning Alignment with District Goals Q2 Next Steps (Oct – Dec) Milestone / Strategy Schools will administer first benchmark Assessments in English Language Arts and MathXXX Strategy team, network leaders, principals, and teachers will use benchmark results to make immediate adjustments to their practice to close gaps revealed by data. XXX Professional Learning Communities of teachers will meet regularly at school sites to discuss curriculum and adjust practice based on data and feedback from principals and peers XXXXXX Network Executive Officers will convene twice monthly Professional Learning Communities of principals to review data and adjust implementation of school improvement plans XXXXXX We expect to announce a partnership with Peralta Community College aimed at drop-out recovery and increased graduation rates X All 10th grade students will take the PSAT on 10/17X 8 middle school and 11 high school principals will be supported by Focus on Results – a nationally recognized school improvement organization XXXXX 1. All students will graduate prepared to succeed in college and the workplace 2. All students will read and write at or above grade level by the end of 3rd grade 3. All students will succeed in Algebra by the end of 9th grade 4. All students and adults will respect one another and work together across cultures. 5. All employees will be high performers. 6. All schools will be clean, healthy, and safe. District Goals

5 - 4 - Priority: Increase accountability for results Alignment with District Goals Q1 Progress (Jul – Sep) Milestone / Strategy Hosted First Annual Expect Success AwardsXXXXXX All Service Areas developed Service Improvement Plans based on Use Your Voice Survey and Scorecard results XXXXXX Tiered all schools based on student achievement and enrollment for School Portfolio Management and Tiered Accountability and Support processes XXXXXX Identified focus schools for Tiered Support and Accountability process and published school portfolio management calendar XXXXXX Completed first release of data warehouse to support site-based Professional Learning Communities XXXXXX Presented Back To School Preparation BOE Meeting, 8/27XXXXXX Presented Student Performance BOE Meeting, 9/12XXXXXX Presented results of Small Schools BOE Meeting, 9/26XXXXXX Launched improved Site Administrators intranet with calendar of deliverables and deadlinesXXXXXX 1. All students will graduate prepared to succeed in college and the workplace 2. All students will read and write at or above grade level by the end of 3rd grade 3. All students will succeed in Algebra by the end of 9th grade 4. All students and adults will respect one another and work together across cultures. 5. All employees will be high performers. 6. All schools will be clean, healthy, and safe. District Goals

6 - 5 - Priority: Increase accountability for results Alignment with District Goals Q2 Next Steps (Oct – Dec) Milestone / Strategy Present Service Area Results to All Site AdministratorsXXXXXX Publish OUSD Annual ReportXXXXXX Publish School, Service Area, District ScorecardsXXXXXX Host 2 nd Annual Parent Leadership Summit, 10/27XXXXX Host 3 rd Annual Options Fair, 12/7 & 12/8XXXXXX Strategy Team and Network Executive Officer School WalkthroughsXXXXXX Network Executive Officer one-on-ones with principals to discuss results of first academic benchmark assessment XXXXXX Launch paperless student enrollment toolXXXXXX Launch paperless new hire process (online EAF/PAF) within IFASXXXXXX 1. All students will graduate prepared to succeed in college and the workplace 2. All students will read and write at or above grade level by the end of 3rd grade 3. All students will succeed in Algebra by the end of 9th grade 4. All students and adults will respect one another and work together across cultures. 5. All employees will be high performers. 6. All schools will be clean, healthy, and safe. District Goals

7 - 6 - Priority: Align budget to goals and priorities Alignment with District Goals Milestone / Strategy Q1 Progress (Jul – Sep) Revisited budget to ensure conservative assumptions and increase transparency XXXXXX Strategy Team began sessions to analyze budget and begin budget development process. XXXXXX Filled Budget Director position vacant since 4/07XXXXXX Realigned budgets to staff Family & Community Office, College Readiness Office, Charter Schools Office, School Portfolio Management Office, and Office of Complementary Learning XXXXXX Q2 Next Steps (Oct – Dec) categorical carryover loaded to sites by 10/12XXXXXX Begin monthly reports showing budget and year-to-date spending to ensure that monies are spent appropriately and on time XXXXXX Provide training for site administrators about how to best use categorical funds to support students XXXXXX Reallocate $96,000 to provide additional operations support for first year principals XXXXXX Reallocate $125,000 to provide additional leadership coaching support to first year principals XXXXXX Present First Interim Budget Report with update on MYFRP, 12/12XXXXXX Enhance RBB tools to integrate with Site Planning ProcessXXXXXX 1. All students will graduate prepared to succeed in college and the workplace 2. All students will read and write at or above grade level by the end of 3rd grade 3. All students will succeed in Algebra by the end of 9th grade 4. All students and adults will respect one another and work together across cultures. 5. All employees will be high performers. 6. All schools will be clean, healthy, and safe. District Goals

8 - 7 - Results: Oakland Unified is the most improved large school district in the State of California over the last three years.

9 - 8 - Results: OUSD is changing student lives and life prospects. Student proficiency in English Language Arts as measured by the CST increased from 25 to 29 percent from 2005 to Today, that 4 percent increase represents approximately 1,100 additional students proficient in English in grades 2 through 11. Student proficiency in Mathematics as measured by the CST increased from 27 to 30 percent from 2005 to Today, that 3 percent increase represents approximately 1,100 more students proficient in mathematics in grades 2 through 11.

10 - 9 - I. Coherent Governance Implementation October 16, BOE with Aspen Group International October 17, Strategy Team with Aspen Group International II. FCMAT Monitoring October 2007, FCMAT Monitoring Team Visits November 28, 2007, FCMAT Report to State Administrator and BOE III. Other Key Dates Last Week October/First Week November: First Academic Benchmark Assessments November 10: Annual BOE Planning Retreat December 12: School Portfolio Management; 1st Interim Budget Report December 19: School Portfolio Management Additional Updates


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