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1 Continuous Improvement In the CRCSD Putting the Pieces Together

2 Introductions and Welcome! Why Continuous Improvement? What is Quality? Continuous Improvement Classroom Alignment

3 Why This, Why Now? Mission: To develop world-class learners and responsible citizens Core Value: Data Driven Decisions Goal: Improve all student performance, enhance social, emotional & behavioral development

4 The Big Question??? -Why is the CRCSD Embracing Quality and Continuous Improvement?

5 Why Quality and Continuous Improvement? Answer: The World Has Changed

6 The World is Flat Numbers Gap Education Gap Ambition Gap Thomas Friedman

7 3 Factors Change the Game America is now part of a global economy Worlds economy based increasingly on information Low cost countries are now able to compete on talent

8 Squirm Factors… Computer programmer… United States $70,000 India $8,250 China$3,000

9 Employment: 1970s High Skill Low Skill

10 Employment: 1990s High Skill Low Skill Semi Skill

11 Employment: 2010 High Skill Low Skill Semi Skill

12 1970s 1990s 2010 Employment Skills Necessary Employment Skills Are Changing

13 None of the top 10 jobs in 2010 exists today - Former Ed. Secretary Richard Riley The average person today will have careers The average job will last 3 – 5 years - U.S. Department of Labor Changing Jobs

14 Our Challenge How do we create the learning environments that engage this generation? How do we equip todays students with the skills and knowledge they need to be competitive in a global, information-based economy and contributing citizens?

15 Why Quality and Continuous Improvement? Answer: Students need a different set of skills to compete in todays world

16 What Should We Teach? Critical thinking skill areas must be addressed: Information processing skills Information presentation skills Independent problem solving skills Interdependent team-working skills

17 21 st Century Learning Skills

18 Transformation- Teachers New Role: Teachers as Collaborators Teachers as Data Users Teachers as Customizers -Learning Point Associates 2004

19 Leading from the Future Only way to prepare students for a moving world is to project where it will be when they arrive - to have a vision of the future Leaders must think ahead to see whats coming

20 So What Will Help Us Get There? Continuous Improvement Process & Tools 4-Quality Levels & PDSA Systems Thinking Data Driven Decisions Alignment and focusing on the critical few

21 So What Will Help Us Get There? Continuous Improvement Process & Tools PDSA/Action Research Data driven decisions Systems thinking

22 Alignment Data Driven Decisions Leadership Stakeholders & Customers Quality Tools & Continuous Improvement Classroom Staff Development Continuous Improvement Systems Thinking PDSA Action Research

23 Lotus Diagram AlignmentSystems Thinking PDSA/Action Research Data-Driven Decisions & Measurement Continuous Improvement Quality Tools & Continuous Improvement Classroom LeadershipStakeholders & Customers Staff Development

24 How Can Schools Create An Integrated Structure To Manage Continuous Improvement?

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26 How Will We Measure Our Progress?

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28 Balanced Scorecard 1.F: Increase % of students proficient (above the 40th percentile) on ITBS/ITED in grades 3-12 in Reading, Math and Science 1.H: Increase % of students reading at or above grade level by the end of 2nd grade 2.G: Decrease student discipline office referrals 3.H: Increase ratio of SIP/Department goals to updated and publicly displayed PDSA Story boards

29 Action Research/PDSA

30 Lotus Diagram AlignmentSystems Thinking PDSA/Action Research Data-Driven Decisions & Measurement Continuous Improvement Quality Tools & Continuous Improvement Classroom LeadershipStakeholders & Customers Staff Development

31 Ground rules created by students Classroom mission statements Classroom and student measurable goals Quality tools and PDSA used regularly The Continuous Improvement Classroom Classroom data centers Classroom meetings facilitated by students Student-led conferences Student data folders

32 The world we created today has problems which cannot be solved by thinking the way we thought when we created them.


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