Portfolio Planning and the Space Allocation Footprint. Office of Portfolio Development. Today’s Presentation. Explain the Portfolio Planning Team’s mission, goals and tactics as they relate to this year’s space allocation and siting processes.
Office of Portfolio Development
The mission of the OPD Planning Team is twofold:
Alternative Learning Centers Gifted and Talented
Career and Technical Education Universal Pre-Kindergarten
Charter Schools New Traditional Public Schools
District 75 Transfer Schools
District 79 (LYFE, GED, 1-yr Suspension Centers)
To establish a picture
of programmatic demand that
results in “highest value” seat
To successfully site programs
through a transparent process, in accordance with the instructional footprint, and the established timeline.
Demand Analysis - Enrollment
Establish accurate enrollment projections through improved predictive models.
Develop a data-based process that “values” seats based on programmatic demand and determines priorities when multiple programs demand space.
Supply Analysis - Facilities
Determine the instructional footprint for each program.
Identify the locations where there are opportunities to create, expand or relocate programs in light of demand.
Develop and implement plans to communicate portfolio decisions to parents, CECs, and elected officials.
Ensure that communication with principals and school based staff is aligned with public engagement.Portfolio Planning Goal & Priorities