Scaling up and sustaining an integrated behavior and reading schoolwide model of supports November 18, 2008. Mission Statement.
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Scaling up and sustaining an integrated behavior and reading schoolwide model of supports
November 18, 2008
To develop support systems and sustained implementation of a data-driven, problem solving model in schools to help students become better readers with social skills necessary for success.
2000 Model Demonstration Schools
151 School Districts
340 School Buildings
ISD/RESA/ DISTRICT Team
National Initiatives Connection
Funding/ Professional Development
Better Integration of Academic and Behavior Supports
Response to Intervention
Child Left Behind
Student Support Team
4th Grade Reading MEAP: Met/Exceed Standards
Began Project Implementation
Example project school
Coach returns from leave
One School’s Example
Problem Solving at the Various levels
School Wide Level
Purpose: Evaluate the success of each grade level programs supporting all students within the school and to take action to strengthen these programs.
Purpose: Evaluate the success of programs supporting all students within the specific grade and class; and to take action to strengthen these programs.
Individual Student Level
Purpose: Evaluate the success of programs supporting the student and to take action to strengthen the program.
Process of Inquiry
Through this process of inquiry, we are using data to determine if we have the critical information (quantity and quality) to design and evaluate student support programs.