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PARCC Transition and Implementation Support Webinar #1 July 28, 2011 2:30 pm EST www.PARCConline.org. Today’s Agenda. Full Group Conversation of State Progress Small Group Breakouts Communications and Stakeholder Engagement Execution of the work and Monitoring Routines

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PARCC Transition and Implementation Support

Webinar #1

July 28, 2011

2:30 pm EST

www.PARCConline.org

today s agenda
Today’s Agenda
  • Full Group Conversation of State Progress
  • Small Group Breakouts
    • Communications and Stakeholder Engagement
    • Execution of the work and Monitoring Routines
    • Governance and Structure
  • Wrap-Up and Upcoming Meetings
why do we need an implementation timeline strategic plan
Why Do We Need an Implementation Timeline/Strategic Plan?
  • In many states, there are more moving pieces than ever before happening concurrently: Coordination is essential
  • Look across the areas of work and funding to consider how they interact
  • Faster is not better: What matters most is being thoughtful, realistic, and comprehensive
  • Implementation will depend on state/district needs and capacity
  • Detail is important: Year-by-year is not enough
  • Communicate your timeline publicly: This effort is too large and complex for “whisper down the lane”
what might a timeline strategic plan include
What Might a Timeline/Strategic Plan Include?
  • Foundational Elements (e.g. establish leadership team, build guiding coalition, develop communications plan)
  • Align Instructional Materials
  • Train educators and administrators
  • Transition assessment system
  • Transition technology to support assessment and accountability systems
  • Align teacher preparation, evaluation and licensing programs
  • Align the transition space between K-12 and postsecondary
  • Monitor and sustain progress
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State Example:

Recent Progress in New Jersey

Jeff Hauger, Director, Office of Assessments

and

Mary Jane Kurabinski, Director, Office of Literacy

opportunity for additional state sharing
Opportunity for Additional State Sharing
  • Where are you in your timeline development?
  • What have you changed, added, or removed?
  • What has become more refined?
  • Is there an iterative process for continual review and modification of your timeline?
transition to break out rooms
Transition to Break-out Rooms
  • Room #1: Communications and Stakeholder Engagement
    • Margaret Horn, Vice President, State Leadership and Policy Development, Achieve
  • Room #2: Execution of the work and Monitoring Routines
    • Stephen Pruitt, Vice President, Content, Research and Development, Achieve
  • Main Room (breakout #3): Governance and Structure
    • Marie O’Hara, Research Associate, Content, Research and Development, Achieve
wrap up
Wrap Up
  • Do you have specific questions for other states that would be instructive as you continue to develop your state’s timeline?
  • Are there specific areas of work where you think your state’s plan/timeline would benefit from learning from other states?
upcoming webinars
Upcoming Webinars

Webinar #2

Delivery Chain Analysis

Thursday, August 11, 2011

2:30 pm EST

Webinar #3

Feedback Loops

Thursday, August 25, 2011

2:30 pm EST

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PARCC Transition and Implementation Institute

Thursday, September 8 - Friday, September 9, 2011

The Westin Alexandria

Alexandria, VA

web links to state materials
Web Links to State Materials
  • Arkansas
    • Arkansas Common Core State Standards Wiki
    • Letter to Superintendents, Charter School Directors, Co-op Directors and CCSS Contacts
    • What Every Arkansas Educator Needs To Know About Common Core State Standards
  • Florida
    • Florida’s Common Core State Standards Implementation Timeline
    • Florida Next Generation Sunshine State Standards Proposal Timeline (PDF available)
  • Indiana
    • Indiana Common Core State Standards Transition Road Map
  • Kentucky
    • Kentucky Unbridled Learning Site
    • Kentucky Core Academic Standards website
    • Kentucky Leadership Networks Overview and Timeline (PDFs available)
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Web Links to State Materials
  • Louisiana
    • Louisiana’s Implementation Plan For Common Core State Standards
  • Maryland
    • Maryland School Improvement Site
  • Rhode Island
    • Race to the Top Communications and Engagement Plan
    • Rhode Island Race to the Top: Performance Monitoring Plan
    • Rhode Island Community Engagement Site
  • Tennessee
    • Tennessee Common Core Standards Educator Timeline
    • Tennessee Common Core Standards Administrator Timeline
  • Utah
    • Utah Education Network Common Core State Standards Site
  • Implementing the Common Core Work Book
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