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Monitoring/Evaluation Program Overview December 3, 2008. Title III Director’s Meeting. MDE Responsibility. Michigan Department of Education (MDE) is responsible for monitoring all ELL/Immigrant program performance to ensure compliance under the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB).

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Monitoring evaluation program overview december 3 2008

Monitoring/Evaluation Program OverviewDecember 3, 2008

Title III Director’s Meeting

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Mde responsibility
MDE Responsibility

  • Michigan Department of Education (MDE) is responsible for monitoring all ELL/Immigrant program performance to ensure compliance under the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB).

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Fulfilling mde s responsibility
Fulfilling MDE’s Responsibility

  • Develop process to determine the current status of each program/district’s progress.

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The process
The Process

  • Develop evaluation tool

  • Develop evaluation model

  • Distribute the tool to LEAs

  • Collect tool, analyze data

  • Determine what type of review

  • Conduct review

  • Recommend improvement plan for districts

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Purpose of evaluation checklist tool
Purpose of Evaluation Checklist Tool

Title III Program Evaluation Checklist

  • Designed to provide districts with a self assessment tool to determine program progress and compliance with NCLB

  • Designed to provide MDE with a baseline review of all districts

  • Provide a sustainable model to maintain timely annual reviews

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Evaluation checklist tool
Evaluation Checklist Tool

Contents

Six Sections

  • Administrative Responsibilities

  • Student Identification

  • Parent & Community Involvement

  • Instructional Programs & Assessment

  • Teacher Qualifications and Professional Development

  • Program Evaluation & School Improvement

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The evaluation model
The Evaluation Model

Documentation + Performance = Type of Review

Performance Data

AYP

AMAOs

MEAP

ELPA

Type of

Review

Evaluation

Checklist

+

=

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Types of review
Types of Review

Desk

Telephone

Focused On-Site

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Types of reviews
Types of Reviews

  • Desk/Telephone

    Conducted for programs that have demonstrated positive program outcomes and achievement results based on state data for ELLs.

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Types of reviews1
Types of Reviews

  • Focused On-site

    Conducted for programs/districts that have not made significant progress based on state achievement data and or fiscal audit findings.

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Evaluation program implementation
Evaluation Program Implementation

  • Send evaluation notification letter with Evaluation Checklist Tool.

  • Return completed Evaluation Checklist Tool to the Office of School Improvement (OSI) by January 30, 2009.

  • OSI will notify Program/District of date, time, and type of review.

  • Reviews will begin the second week of February 2009.

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Evaluation program implementation1
Evaluation Program Implementation

  • Reviews conducted by ELL/Evaluation Monitoring Consultant.

  • Some reviews will be conducted in collaboration with Field Service Team.

  • Subsequent to reviews, OSI will provide districts with written feedback on progress, noting commendations and recommendations for improvement.

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Required documentation
Required Documentation

  • Complete and return to OSI a hard copy of the Evaluation Checklist Tool.

  • Forward an electronic copy of the Evaluation Checklist Tool to OSI.

    • See http://www.michigan.gov/mde for Evaluation Checklist Tool,

    • Forward completed copy to [email protected]

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Required documentation1
Required Documentation

  • Program/Districts selected for focused on-site reviews must assemble a documentation notebook with each section and item clearly labeled. Notebooks remain at the school district in preparation for on-site visit.

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Contact list
Contact list

Michigan Department of Education

Office of School Improvement

Academic Support

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