SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT A Presentation For The OSBA State Convention November 11, 2006 by Northwest Regional Education Service District Warrenton-Hammond School District Hillsboro School District. Presenters . Jim Mabbot – Superintendent NWRESD
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SCHOOL IMPROVEMENTA Presentation For The OSBA State ConventionNovember 11, 2006byNorthwest Regional Education Service DistrictWarrenton-Hammond School District Hillsboro School District
High results, high under-standing of antecedents.
Replication of success
High results, low under-standing of antecedents.
Replication of success unlikely.
Effects / Results Data
Low results, high under-standing of antecedents.
Replication of mistakes unlikely.
Low results, low under-standing of antecedents.
Antecedents / Cause Data
Douglas B. Reeves-The Learning Leader
ONE Accountability Plan…
owned by all…
Less Is More
Weed the Garden
Identify, Monitor, Measure
“Until you have data as a backup, you’re just another person with an opinion.”
Dr. Perry Gluckman
1. Find the data — “Treasure Hunt”
2. Analyze the data
3. Prioritize needs analysis
4. Set, review, or revise annual goals
5. Identify specific strategies to meet goals
6. Determine results indicators
Heidi Hayes Jacobs, 1997
Craig Brewington, Superintendent
Warrenton-Hammond School District
Jeremy Lyon, Superintendent
Hillsboro School District
Dennis Sparks 1998, Executive Director of NSDC
SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT StepsImplementing A System of Accountability For Student LearningA Presentation ForOSBAbyNorthwest Regional ESD Warrenton-Hammond School District Hillsboro School DistrictNovember, 2006