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MN-CIMP. Minnesota Continuous Improvement Monitoring Process. Purpose. This model of program evaluation brings together the major stakeholders of special education services for the common purpose of developing strategies and activities to enhance student outcomes.

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Mn cimp

MN-CIMP

Minnesota

Continuous Improvement

Monitoring Process


Purpose

Purpose

  • This model of program evaluation brings together the major stakeholders of special education services for the common purpose of developing strategies and activities to enhance student outcomes.


Marshall s continuous improvement process

Marshall’s Continuous Improvement Process

  • The mission of the Marshall Continuous Improvement Process is to develop a data driven system that demonstrates accountability and effectiveness.


We believe

We Believe…

  • …in the active involvement of parents

  • …in addressing the needs of the whole child through a team approach

  • …in implementing researched-based instructional strategies


We believe1

We Believe…

  • …in assisting students to become independent

  • …in advocacy for the success of all students

  • …in using data to demonstrate accountability and effectiveness


2007 2008 goals

2007-2008GOALS

Our current goals reflect our self

monitoring, data driven process.


2007 2008 goal 1

2007-2008 Goal 1

Increase the number district-wide special

education students reaching proficiency

levels on the MCAII reading assessment by

5%.


2007 2008 goal 2

2007-2008 Goal 2

Increase the number district-wide special

education students reaching proficiency

levels on the MCAII math assessment by

5%.


2007 2008 goal 3

2007-2008 Goal 3

Increase from one special education

teacher to at least two special education

teachers per learning level on the district

wide vertical alignment teams.


2007 2008 goal 4

2007-2008 Goal 4

Increase communication between special

education teachers, paraprofessionals

and general education teachers regarding

the goals and objectives and

accommodations of the students IEPs in

order to assist the paraprofessional in

providing student support in the general

education setting.


Data collection

Data Collection

  • Data collected:

  • Observable and measurable performance indicators

  • MCA II test results

  • Stakeholder surveys of perceptions and opinions

  • Parents

  • Certified/non-certified staff

  • Administrators


Analysis and interpretation

Analysis and Interpretation

  • Internal File Reviews

  • Longitudinal Reviews

  • Student Assessments

  • Case Loads

  • Stakeholder Surveys

  • Scope and Sequence of math and reading by grade level

  • District Demographics


Examples of accomplishments

Examples of Accomplishments

  • Completed scope and sequence of reading curriculum and aligned special education curriculum with state standards

  • Completed scope and sequence of evaluation materials

  • Conducted internal file reviews

  • Advocated for additional staff

  • Provided paraprofessional training

  • Developed ad hoc committee to study AYP

  • Added special education teachers to district vertical alignment teams

  • Increased communication between paraprofessional and special education staff


Qualitative follow up

Qualitative Follow-up

Annual CIMP Report

Due June 30 of each year

Determines annual program improvement

needs

Leads to goals and action plan for the

following year


Validation

Validation

May 5-8, 2008 MDE is visiting Marshall School District to review Marshall’s special education system birth through 21.

MDE expectation is 100% compliance.


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Validation Process

Review of district data regarding:

Students with disabilities who have been

suspended/expelled, graduated, exited from services

Students who are English Language Learners

Students assessed who did not qualify

File reviews

Site Visits

Staff/administration interviews

Observation


Cimp membership

CIMP Membership

Park Side: Jane Weidauer, Sheila Lee, Hallie Greenfield

West Side: Penny Swope, Diane Moorse

High School: Cathy Schlagel

District-wide: Jennifer Gregoire-Swedzinski

Administration: Deb Miller, Heidi Critchley,

Parent: Jennifer Hey

Membership is consistent throughout the CIMP four-year cycle.


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