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AASB Webinar and Teleconference on Resolutions. September 12, 2013. Welcome. Today we will discuss: Resolution process and timeline New resolutions from AASB Board of Directors and member districts Existing resolutions scheduled to sunset or to delete as outdated Answer your questions.

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Aasb webinar and teleconference on resolutions

AASB Webinar and Teleconference on Resolutions

September 12, 2013


Welcome

Welcome

  • Today we will discuss:

    • Resolution process and timeline

    • New resolutions from AASB Board of Directors and member districts

    • Existing resolutions scheduled to sunset or to delete as outdated

    • Answer your questions


Process and timeline

Process and Timeline

  • July 26 – AASB Board of Directors issues Call for Resolutions

  • Aug-Sept. – Member districts review and propose new resolutions and amendments

  • Sept. 12 – Webinar & teleconference

  • Sept. 27 – Deadline to submit resolutions to AASB

  • Oct. 7 – All resolutions circulated to member districts


Process timeline

Process & Timeline

  • Nov. 7 – Resolutions Committee meets at Annual Conference

  • Nov. 10 – Full membership votes on resolutions

  • Nov. 11 – AASB Boards selects priority resolutions for 2014


New resolutions 4 14 teacher tenure

New Resolutions4.14 Teacher Tenure

  • AASB resolution supports extending time in which to evaluate teachers for tenure purposes

  • Current law provides tenure after 3 years and acceptable performance

  • New state-mandated evaluation system is more complex


New resolutions 4 15 teacher evaluations

New Resolutions4.15 Teacher Evaluations

  • Urges EED to help school districts implement new evaluation system

  • ‘Student growth’ to be one of eight standards in 2015-16, increasing to 50% of teacher evaluation in 2018-19.


Other big issues charter schools

Other ‘Big’ IssuesCharter Schools

  • House Bill 93 (Gattis) proposes multiple authorizers for creating charter schools

  • Current law (AS 14.12.020) requires school districts to create and manage charter schools

  • Amendment to Resolve 1.4 would support law allowing charters to be created and managed by EED & school districts


Other big issues base student allocation

Other ‘Big’ IssuesBase Student Allocation

  • Resolve 2.2 (adopted in 2012) urges Legislature to increase BSA to meet rising costs and sustain educational improvements

  • Amendment (proposed by AASB Board) adds a third reason: to allow parents and students to set educational goals


Other big issues insurance costs

Other ‘Big’ IssuesInsurance Costs

  • Resolve 2.17 urges Legislature to mitigate insurance costs through increased funding

  • Amendment (proposed by AASB Board) would add creation of insurance pooling arrangements to potential solutions


Resolutions that sunset in november 2013

Resolutions that Sunset in November 2013

  • AASB Bylaws require sunset review on five-year cycle

  • 53 resolutions are scheduled to sunset in November 2013

  • AASB Board recommends three resolves sunset or be discontinued:

    • 1.1 Pledge of Allegiance (move to Belief Statements)

    • 2.27 Special Education Service Agency (outdated)

    • 3.1 Children as Top Priority (already in Belief Statement)


Questions

Questions?


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