Phase i infrastructure analysis
This presentation is the property of its rightful owner.
Sponsored Links
1 / 54

Phase I: Infrastructure Analysis PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 55 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

Phase I: Infrastructure Analysis. Part C/619 State Accountability Priority Area May 1 st , 2014. Disclaimer. This SSIP presentation and supplemental materials were developed prior to OSEP’s publication of the final SPP/APR package. Webinar Goals.

Download Presentation

Phase I: Infrastructure Analysis

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


Phase i infrastructure analysis

Phase I: Infrastructure Analysis

Part C/619 State Accountability Priority Area

May 1st , 2014


Disclaimer

Disclaimer

This SSIP presentation and supplemental materials were developed prior to OSEP’s publication of the final SPP/APR package


Webinar goals

Webinar Goals

  • Participants will leave the webinar with a basic understanding of:

    • Phase I: Infrastructure Analysis process

    • Resources and strategies that can support states in the Infrastructure Analysis process

    • How other states are approaching infrastructure analysis


What is the ssip

What is the SSIP?

Multi-year, achievable plan that:

  • Increases capacity of EIS programs/LEAs to implement, scale up, and sustain evidence-based practices

  • Improves outcomes for children with disabilities (and their families)


Phase i infrastructure analysis

Infrastructure Analysis

Purpose of the Infrastructure Analysis

  • Determine the capacity of the current state system to support improvement and build capacity in LEA/EIS’s to implement, scale up, and sustain evidence-based practices to improve results for children and youth with disabilities


Phase i infrastructure analysis

Infrastructure Analysis

Address State system components including:

  • Governance

  • Fiscal

  • Quality standards

  • Professional development

  • Data

  • Technical assistance, and

  • Accountability


Phase i infrastructure analysis

Phase I Components

Theory of Action

Coherent Improvement Strategies

What will we do about it?

In-depth

Data Analysis

In-depth

Infrastructure Analysis

Why is it happening?

State Identified Measurable Result

Broad

Infrastructure Analysis

Broad

Data Analysis

What is the problem?


Phase i infrastructure analysis

Infrastructure Analysis

The infrastructure analysis is a two step process

  • Broad analysis of the overall system that identifies strengths and weaknesses of the system

  • In-depth analysis of each of the components as they relate to the identified measurable result


Phase i infrastructure analysis

Broad Infrastructure Analysis

SWOT Analysis – NCRRC

SSIP State Infrastructure Analysis Guide – SERRC

Systems Framework – ECTA Center

State Infrastructure Analysis Tool Part C - MPRRC

  • Determine the strengths and weakness of each of the system components

  • Identify system components that appear to be associated with:

    • High performance of children with disabilities

    • Low performance of children with disabilities


Phase i infrastructure analysis

SWOT Analysis –

State Infrastructure (NCRRC)

Provides questions to stimulate thinking about various system/ infrastructure components:

  • Strengths

  • Weaknesses

  • Opportunities

  • Threats


Phase i infrastructure analysis

Infrastructure Analysis Guide

(SERRC)

Supports both broad and in-depth infrastructure analysis

Helps to identify systemic barriers and system components that can be leveraged to improve results


Phase i infrastructure analysis

System Framework

(ECTA)

http://www.ectacenter.org/sysframe/

  • What it means for system to be of high quality

  • Guide states in evaluating system, identifying areas for improvement, and developing effective, efficient system to support effective practices


Phase i infrastructure analysis

State Infrastructure Analysis Tool Part C

(MPRRC)

Guide states in describing and conducting broad and in-depth infrastructure analysis

Organized around Implementation Drivers Framework


Phase i infrastructure analysis

Self Reflection

As you think about your state’s infrastructure what are some of the strengths that you can leverage to support development and implementation of the SSIP?

What are some of the weaknesses that you will need to address?


Phase i infrastructure analysis

Bureau of Family Health

Special Health Services Section

Infant Toddler Services

1-800-332-6262 or 785-296-6135

www.ksits.org

Sarah Walters, L.B.S.W, M.S.Ed.

Coordinator


Where are we with infrastructure analysis in kansas

Where are we with Infrastructure Analysis in Kansas?

  • Strategic Plan

    • Development of Results Driven Accountability Conceptual Framework

  • Implementation Science Extravaganza

    • Looking at Infrastructure analysis through Implementation Science lens

    • SSIP Infrastructure Analysis Questionnaire


Rda conceptual framework

RDA Conceptual Framework


How do we know where we stand with the ability to operationalize this framework

How do we know where we stand with the ability to operationalize this framework?

The Big Drill Down


Here is a glimpse at the document

Here is a glimpse at the document


Next steps

Next Steps

Continue to gather input from various stakeholders including but not limited to…

  • State ICC

  • State Agency Early Childhood Leadership Team

  • Local tiny-k program coordinators

  • Parents/families

  • tiny-k practitioners


Next steps1

Next Steps

Narrow in on our topic and do further drill down to identify our SSIP Target


Next steps2

Next Steps

More Tools

  • Local Contributing Factor Tool for SPP/APR Indicator C-3/B-7 (ECTA Center)

  • System Framework – Finance and Governance (ECTA Center)

  • Gantt Chart (RRCP, ECTA Center, and DaSy Center)


The end

The End

We try really hard to stay in our Happy Place!


Massachusetts ssip infrastructure analysis

Massachusetts – SSIP Infrastructure Analysis


Stakeholder engagement

Stakeholder Engagement

  • Stakeholder Engagement started early on in the process – October 2013 EI Program Director Session

  • ECO Stakeholders – already existing stakeholder group advising state on improving approach to measuring child & family outcomes

  • State Leadership Team

  • Interagency Coordinating Council


Infrastructure analysis tool

Infrastructure Analysis Tool

SWOT Analysis – State Infrastructure

  • MA modified the SWOT toolto increase the focus on integrating existing initiatives:

    • What aspects of the MA EIP current initiatives make it unique?

    • How does the MA EIP system leverage its resources (fiscal, material, personnel, etc.) to build capacity at the local system level?

    • What are challenges with regard to the MA EIP ability to support local systems in efforts to implement sustainable new initiatives?


Infrastructure analysis tool1

Infrastructure Analysis Tool

  • Current Initiatives & Practices

  • Facilitated a loosely structured group brain storming session with ECO Stakeholders

    • Strengths

    • Weaknesses

    • Opportunities

    • Threats


Ma swot analysis

MA SWOT Analysis


Next steps3

Next Steps

  • Continue to identify linkages from the SWOT analysis

  • Develop a Data Analysis Plan that includes our hypothesis, inferences, etc. prior to viewing additional data which will include the SWOT Analysis as well.

  • Need for further drill down/data analysis


Lessons learned

Lessons Learned

  • Need for more reflection on the process

  • SSIP components are not a linear process


Phase i infrastructure analysis

In-depth Infrastructure Analysis

As the state identified measurable result is decided, an in-depth analysis of the state infrastructure is conducted to determine:

  • The functions of each infrastructure component in relationship to the focus area for improvement.

  • Identify contributing factors to low and high performance within the focus area for improvement.


Phase i infrastructure analysis

In-depth Infrastructure Analysis

(System Framework – ECTA Center)

(SSIP State Infrastructure Analysis Guide)

Local Contributing Factor Tools – TA Providers

SISEP State Initiative Inventory - SERRC

The state might also complete an inventory of current initiatives to determine how the initiatives (in total or in part) can be leveraged in the SSIP.

It will also be helpful to review past initiatives to determine if they will support the SSIP (in total or in part).


Phase i infrastructure analysis

Local Contributing Factors Tools

http://ectacenter.org/~docs/eco/ECO-C3-B7-LCFT.docx

http://ectacenter.org/~docs/topics/gensup/14-ContributingFactor-Results_Final_28Mar12.doc

http://therightidea.tadnet.org/searches?commit=Search&search=Investigative+Questions


Phase i infrastructure analysis

Initiative Inventory for SSIP

Helps states identify current and previously implemented initiatives that can be leveraged to support the identified measurable result

Adapted from NIRN and SISEP


Phase i infrastructure analysis

Colorado’s Story


Cde s strategic goals

CDE’s Strategic Goals


State identifiable measrueable results

State IdentifiableMeasrueable Results

  • Literacy & math achievement (with an emphasis on prek-3)

  • Graduation

  • Post-school outcomes

  • Family Involvement


School age data

School Age Data

  • Very low proficiency rates in math (20%) and literacy (23%)

  • Students with Specific Learning Disabilities have lowest achievement

  • High drop-out rate (28%)

  • Low graduation rate (54%)


Preschool data

Preschool Data

  • Child outcomes; Indicator 7 – in the 80%s

  • LRE; Indicator 6 – 84%

    Question: what happens between preschool and 3rd grade?


619 s involvement in the ssip

619’s Involvement in the SSIP

  • Emphasizing the importance of the pre-k to 3rd grade years

  • Invited to attend with the “Big B” team to the MPRRC planning/TA meeting last month

  • Research on the connection between pre-K vocabulary to 3rd grade reading to graduation


Infrastructure analysis

Infrastructure Analysis

  • Our primary concerns are aligned with CDE’s strategic goals

  • Data supports our identified primary areas of concern


Infrastructure capacity

Infrastructure/Capacity

Leadership:

  • CDE’s strategic goals

  • Heightened recognition of the importance of early childhood

  • Preschool special education is an integral part of the larger special education unit

  • Partnering with CDHS who manages the RTTT-ELC


Infrastructure capacity1

Infrastructure/Capacity

Funding/Resources:

  • 611 budget; higher focus on Results Driven Accountability (RDA), following OSEP’s shift from compliance to student outcomes

  • RTTT-ELC; partnering with PD team on PD opportunities

  • Partnering with Higher Education; Early Literacy Summit

  • DaSy

  • ECTA Center


Infrastructure capacity2

Infrastructure/Capacity

Other Initiatives:

  • RTTT-ELC

  • READ Act (focus on K-3 literacy)

  • School Readiness

  • Literacy grants

  • Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS)

  • Unified Improvement Process (UIP)

  • New DD eligibility category

  • Ability to collect more data


If then

If/Then

  • Ifwe focus on students starting strong (preK & K), then students will read by third grade.

  • If we put a focus on preK & K, then we can prevent future problems in performance by starting strong.


Phase i infrastructure analysis

If…

If we can help students:

  • start strong,

  • attain proficiency in reading & math by third grade,

  • meet or exceed core standards of literacy & math,

  • graduate from high school


Phase i infrastructure analysis

Then…

Then students will have the skills, knowledge & disposition needed to contribute to society and successfully participate in postsecondary education and workforce.


Further refinement

Further Refinement

  • Lead to focus on students with SLD

  • Impacted our budget review process

  • Further data and infrastructure analysis

  • Collaboration of stakeholder groups of the RTT-ELC & those of young children with disabilities needs to improve

  • Look for alignment with Part C

  • Further input from stakeholders


Phase i infrastructure analysis

Infrastructure Analysis

Summarize the results of the infrastructure analysis:

  • Describe the coordination of the components of the system.

  • Identify the strengths of each of the components of the system and the overall system.

  • Identify the overall improvements that need to be made to the system.

  • Identify the initiatives that can be leveraged for the SSIP.


Phase i infrastructure analysis

Considerations

  • Consider the interconnectedness of the in-depth infrastructure analysis with the in-depth data analysis and how information from both help refine the measureable results and identify improvement strategies.

  • Consider looking at both the state infrastructure as well as the local infrastructure.

  • Consider involving stakeholders, especially those with knowledge about the infrastructure and with expertise in the measurable results area.


Phase i infrastructure analysis

Next Steps

Let us know what you need…


Contact information

Contact Information

Anne Lucas, WRRC/ECTA

[email protected]

Megan Vinh, WRRC

[email protected]

Arlene Russell, NCRRC

[email protected]

Carolee Eslinger, MPRRC

[email protected]

Grace Kelley, SERRC

[email protected]


Thank you for your attention

Thank you for your attention!

This is the third webinar in a series on SSIP for Part C and Section 619 presented in 2014. Resources related to this call and other presentations in the series are available at the following URL:

http://ectacenter.org/~calls/2014/ssip/ssip.asp


  • Login