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Adult Education Content Standards Consortia Meeting. A System’s Approach to Standards Implementation. (Make standards the centerpiece.) Susan Pimentel July 21, 2005 U.S. Department of Education, Division of Adult Education and Literacy American Institutes for Research. Systems Approach.

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Adult Education Content Standards Consortia Meeting

A System’s Approach to Standards Implementation

(Make standards the centerpiece.)

Susan Pimentel

July 21, 2005

U.S. Department of Education, Division of Adult Education and Literacy

American Institutes for Research


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Systems Approach

Collaboration and Communication

Assessment

Professional Development

Accountability

Reporting Requirements

STANDARDS

Instructional Delivery

Program Evaluation

Incentives

Budget

Resources

Instructor Qualifications


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Assessment?

  • Wide assortment available? (informal/formal)

  • Results useful and reliable?

  • Alignment issues?

  • Resistance from the field?


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Professional Development?

  • State capacity?

  • State role? (e.g., deliverer, coordinator, sponsor, funder)

  • Content and delivery options?

  • Professional certification hours?

  • Partnerships with colleges?

  • Secure additional funding?


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Accountability?

  • For what is state holding programs accountable? Implementation of standards?

  • Should state monitor implementation? How?

  • Data collection methods in place to reflect the new priorities?


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Program Improvement/Evaluation?

  • How are current programs evaluated?

  • Need to adjust to new priorities?

  • Methods to use evaluation data for continuous improvement?


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Finance/Budget?

  • Fit new priorities?

  • Ways to leverage resources to support implementation?

  • Dollar flow to programs?


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Instructor Qualifications?

  • Standards/hiring practices?

  • Part-time/full-time staff?


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Facilities/Resources?

  • Equipped to deliver the expectations outlined in the standards?

  • Reflect new priorities?


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Recognition/Incentives?

  • Characteristics of present recognition programs?

  • Need for new recognition/incentive programs?


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Instructional Delivery?

  • Are new delivery models needed?

  • State role in promoting new models?

  • Do programs need more flexibility/authority?


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Reporting Requirements?

  • What’s required?

  • What’s superfluous?


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Collaboration & Communication

  • Partnerships?

  • Marketing focus?

  • Does state even have a marketing arm?

  • Who, how, and about what should state communicate?


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