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Aligning Your Strategic Plan with Your BudgetJim Warford, Executive DirectorFlorida Association of School Administrators

www.LeaderEd.com

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21st Century Learning and Skills

Aligning Your Strategic Plan with Your Budget

Jim Warford

International Center for

Leadership in Education


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Improving Student PerformanceinTimes of Declining ResourcesorLinking Learning and Cost


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Linking Learning and CostThree Priorities

  • Student Performance

  • Declining Resources

  • 21st Century Learning


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What is your current focus?

Collective Bargaining Agreement

Categorical Funding

Or

Student Learning?


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Unaligned Systems Produce Random Acts Of Improvement

Vision

= Programs


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Aligned Acts of Improvement

Vision

In an aligned

system ...

… improvement

efforts are focused

and results-oriented


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One District’s

Journey

Copyright Kuzmich, 2008


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Florida Accountability System

Began grading all schools “A–F”in1999

Grade based solely on FCAT scores

Vouchers available to any student in “F” school

Rapid expansion of Charter and Choice Schools


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  • Marion County

  • 48 schools

  • 58% Free and Reduced Lunch

  • 34% minority

  • 3 “F” schools

  • “D” schools

  • Only 1 “A” school

  • Business Community up in arms!


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First Step:

Created New District Vision

“Leading the State

in Raising

Student Achievement”


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Marion County Action Plan

Implement Continuous Improvement Model

Professional Development for all staff

Reading Coaches in all schools

Create Curriculum Maps

Create CIM Mini-Assessments

Create CIM Focus Lessons


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Developed the

Continuous Improvement Model

or

CIM


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CIM is Research Based

Effective Schools Research - Larry Lezotte

TQM - Total Quality Management - Edwards Deming

Effective Schools + TQM = CIM


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Practiced Total Transparency

Brought all Stakeholders into

The Strategic Planning/Budget Process

Teacher Union was always the

First and last conversation


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We used TQM Quality Tools to…

To become more data driven

To become more process oriented

To identify inputs and outputs


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We used TQM Quality Tools to…

Shorten the instructional day

Flip school start times/bus routes

Put the savings into teacher salaries

and

Increased teacher planning time


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The Shewhart Cycle

Plan Do Check Act



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CIM Summary

Aligned Strategic Plan and Budget to

new District Vision through a systematic TQM process


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CIM Summary

Aligned curriculum, instruction and

  • assessment through a

  • systematic process

  • Marion County Public Schools Website, Ocala, FL

  • The Continuous Improvement Model Overview

  • http://www.marion.k12.fl.us/dept/cur/cim/index.cfm


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Marion CIM Results

Went from three “F”, eight “D” and only one “A” school in 1999 to twenty “A”, sixteen “B” and no “F” schools by 2003

Moved Marion from a low-performing district to an “A” district and above state average for first time in its history

Helped close the achievement gap between student demographic groups


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Reduced African-American students failing FCAT from 50% to 30%

Reduced Hispanic students failing FCAT from 38% to 29%

Cut the dropout rate almost in half…

from 5.7% to 2.8%


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Results Documented in: 30%

“Educators in Action:

Strategic Improvement Efforts”

Published by

American Productivity and Quality Center

2007


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In 2003, I was 30%

Appointed Florida’s First

Chancellor

of K12 Public Schools


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And given responsibility 30%

For over 300 of

Florida’s

Lowest Performing Schools


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One State’s 30%

Journey


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DELTA 30% = $18,000,000

Developing Educational Leaders

for Tomorrow’s Achievers


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DELTA 30% has now become

the

William Cecil Golden

Professional Development Program

at:

https://www.floridaschoolleaders.org/


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Assistance Plus Action Plan 30%

DELTA

CIM Professional Development for all staff

Reading/Math Coaches in all schools

CIM Mini-Assessments

CIM Focus Lessons

District Support Programs


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Between 2003-2006 the 30%

Continuous Improvement Model

was implemented

in over 300 of Florida’s lowest-performing D and F Schools

Through the

“Assistance Plus Program”


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In two years 30%

over80%

Moved off the low-performing list.


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What Principals said was most successful: 30%

  • Continuous Improvement Model (CIM) 62%

  • Increased Instruction in Reading and Math 23%

  • Saturdays and After School 19%

  • Reading and Math Coaches 15%

  • School Improvement Facilitator 15%

  • Quarterly Reporting 12%


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Florida was recently 30%recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as one of only five states in the nation effectively closing the achievement gap between white and African American

students in reading.

And one of only three states in the nation closing the gap between low- and high-income students in reading and one of two in math.


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Quality Counts Report 30%

Education Week

Student Achievement vs. Spending

2006 31 F

2007 14 F

2008 7 F

2009 10 F


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K-12 Per Pupil Expenditure compared 30%

to Personal Income - 50th per capita

K-12 Administration Expenditure - 50th

U.S. Census Bureau


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Florida schools have… 30%

doneso much,

withso little,

forso long,

Weve now been asked to…

doeverythingwith NOTHING!


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I was often asked 30%

By the legislature…

How much money is enough?


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Linking Learning 30%

And Cost

Return on Investment (ROI) Index

Copyright Kuzmich, 2008


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ROI Index 30%

Compares the financial

Resources expended at each

Florida Public School

With measures of Student Achievement at that school

Copyright Kuzmich, 2008


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ROI Website 30%

http://roi.fldoe.org/

Copyright Kuzmich, 2008


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Rigor and Relevance Framework 30%

Bloom’s

C D

A B

6

5

4

3

2

1 2 3 4 5

1

Application


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20 30%th Century

21th Century

Bloom’s

6

C D

A B

5

4

3

2

1 2 3 4 5

1

Application


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Questions 30%

  • Define Student Performance

  • How to Determine Cost

  • How to Compare Cost to Performance


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Efficient and Effective Framework 30%

Tool vs. Formula

A Guide to Decision Making


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Efficient and Effective Framework 30%

Guide Local Decision Making

Repository of Successful Practices

Guide Policy Development


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Efficient and Effective Framework 30%

High Cost

Low Cost


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Efficient and Effective Framework 30%

High Student Performance

Ef

fec

t

iveness

High Cost

Low Cost

Low Student Performance


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Efficient and Effective Framework 30%

High Student Performance

Ef

fec

t

iveness

C D

A B

High Cost

Low Cost

Low Student Performance


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Efficient and Effective Framework 30%

High Student Performance

High Cost

High Performance

Low Cost

High Performance

C D

A B

High Cost

Low Cost

High Cost

Low Performance

Low Cost

Low Performance

Low Student Performance


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Efficient and Effective Framework 30%

High Student Performance

Focused Professional Development

X

High Cost

Low Cost

Reduce Class Size

X

Low Student Performance


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EE Framework: Brockton HS 30%

High Student Performance

C

D

Low

Cost

High Cost

A

B

Low Student Performance


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Brockton Special Ed Case Study 30%The Situation

ELA Failure Rate of 78%

Math Failure Rate of 98%

Special Ed Students Taught in Separate Class Rooms

Teachers Not Certified in Subject Area

Lower Student Expectations


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The Challenge 30%

  • Existing Program Based Upon a “Substantially Separate” Model

  • Fiscal Limitations

  • A Long Time Director of Special Education

  • A Culture of Low Expectations

  • A Culture of “Empires”


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The Action Plan 30%

  • School Wide Literacy Initiative

  • Collecting Student Data

  • Attend MSC

  • Consulting from ICLE

  • Teachers Trained in Co-Teaching

  • Special Ed Students Included in Classrooms

  • Students IEP’s Revised to Include Higher Expectations

  • Structured Portfolio for Every Student with IEP

    I. Extended Day Mentoring Program


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Results 30%

  • ELA Failure Rate of 78% to 19%

  • Math Failure Rate 98% to 47%

  • No Additional Costs

High Student Performance

C

D

Low

Cost

High Cost

A

B

Low Student Performance


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Sustainability 30%

  • Data Constantly Reviewed

  • Student Work Included in Portfolios

  • Portfolios Reviewed by Administration

  • Continued Professional Development on the Challenges of Co-Teaching


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  • 11,000 students 30%

  • 28% minority

  • 30% free/reduced lunch

  • 10% with disabilities

CEO: Bob Sommers


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Initiatives 30%

Customer Focus:

Student Performance

Changed Policy:

Budget Allocation

Innovation:

Evaluation Process

High Student Performance

C

D

Low

Cost

High Cost

A

B

Low Student Performance


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Initiatives 30%

  • Customer Focus: Student Performance

  • Changed Policy: Budget Allocation

  • Innovation: Evaluation Process

Empowering teachers with “clarity of expected results” and significant teacher “coaching”


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  • Job descriptions based on student performance

  • Year-long Leadership Academy

  • Eliminated most faculty evaluations – moved to coaching using walk-thru’s

“We have a team culture, not a family culture. We take good care of you until you quit producing, then we send you to your family.”



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Results intervention

Student performance

  • From 41st out of 47 CTE Schools to #1

  • Lowest cost per pupil in Ohio

  • Entering college up 45%

  • 98% graduation rates

  • 95% retention rate (9th to 10th grade)

  • 96% attendance rates









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Efficient and Effective Framework intervention

High Student Performance

High Cost

High Performance

Low Cost

High Performance

C D

A B

High Cost

Low Cost

High Cost

Low Performance

Low Cost

Low Performance

Low Student Performance


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Questions and Answers intervention

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