Ohio Improvement Process (OIP). Your Local School District District Team Orientation Date Time. School Logo. General Outcomes for Today. Discuss the Development of the OIP Understand the four stages of the Ohio Improvement Process
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Ohio Improvement Process (OIP)
Your Local School District
District Team Orientation
2.Research has provided concrete knowledge about what works and how leadership in districts should be distributed to improve instructional practice and student performance.
Recent Developments (Cont.)
3.Many federal and state initiatives attempting to design improvement processes have fallen short of the mark.
4.The 126th General Assembly created a coordinated, efficient regional service delivery system to support state and regional improvement initiatives. Substitute HB 115 clarified roles and responsibilities of regional service providers with an emphasis on districts improving student performance.
Districts that Plan Successfully
Define Leadership in Terms of Practice
ask essential and probing questions
- Decisions displayed in series of scorecards
- Scorecards provide profiles of defined district or building needs
- 3-year trends
- 3-year trend
all parts must be integrated and connected
require actions aligned with district goals to occur in every classroom across the district
system of ongoing feedback and monitoring at the district, school, classroom, and student level
Reduces duplication of effort
Focuses on student success not programs
Promotes coordination and cooperation
Builds personnel capacity
- Redirects staff time – admin/improvement
- Everyone trains on and supports the same process and tools (the agency and the field)
- Builds statewide and regional data capacity that supports and informs everyone
State Support Team Region 5
-Single Point of Contact (SPOC) – Richard Kajuth
Phone: 1(800) 776-8298Email:email@example.com
Your County Educational Service Center
-Your Contacts Here