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SIG funds a multitude of projects. San Francisco Unified School District. (2010) School Improvement Grant (SIG) application for funding . Retrieved from: http://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/sw/t1/documents/sig10sanfran.pdf. The end of SIG means the end of impactful projects. Unless…. Inflection Point.

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SIG funds a multitude of projects.

San Francisco Unified School District. (2010) School Improvement Grant (SIG) application for funding. Retrieved from: http://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/sw/t1/documents/sig10sanfran.pdf


The end of SIG means the end of impactful projects.

Unless…


Inflection Point

Team 8

Veronica Chen∙ Nikki Modi ∙ Jessica Papia ∙ Doug Valentine


Team Introduction


The RecommendationInternal integration creates a Professional Learning Community.


The ideal solution for SFUSD must meet 3 conditions.


Professional Learning Community (PLC)

  • Teacher

  • Teacher

  • Department

  • Heads

  • Principal

  • Teacher


The Tactics1. Role Augmentation

*Source: Haas School of Business, University of California Berkeley. (2012) The Education Leadership Case Competition. Berkeley, CA: German Freiwald


The Tactics1. Role Augmentation


The Tactics2. SharePoint as a Hub

  • Tie observation rubric to lesson plans and strategies

  • Build up resource library

  • Build up social media functionality

  • Identify connectors in informal network

  • Quality control

Image source: Go4sharepoint.com


The Tactics3. Peer-Driven Professional Development

  • Peer Mentoring and Observation

    • Teacher-Designed Formative Rubric

    • Collaborative Planning Time

  • Peer Driven Teacher Training

    • Sharing Experience & Best Practices

  • Data-driven Action Plan


The Tactics3. Peer-Driven Professional Development


The Tactics3. Peer-Driven Professional Development


The Tactics3. Peer-Driven Professional Development


The Tactics4. SFUSD Sister Schools


The Tactics4. SFUSD Sister Schools

Five indicators for evaluation:

Source: San Francisco Public Schools. (2011) SFUSD Superintendent’s Zone: 2011-2012 school year.


The Tactics4. SFUSD Sister Schools

San Francisco Unified School District. (2010) School Improvement Grant (SIG) application for funding. Retrieved from: http://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/sw/t1/documents/sig10sanfran.pdf


The Tactics4. SFUSD Sister Schools

San Francisco Unified School District. (2010) School Improvement Grant (SIG) application for funding. Retrieved from: http://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/sw/t1/documents/sig10sanfran.pdf


The Tactics4. SFUSD Sister Schools

Education Data Partnership. (2012). Ed-Data [Data file]. Retrieved from http://www.ed-data.k12.ca.us


The Tactics4. SFUSD Sister Schools

Education Data Partnership. (2012). Ed-Data [Data file]. Retrieved from http://www.ed-data.k12.ca.us


Benefits and Challenges


PLCs have a proven track record.

Hughes, T.A. & Kritsonis, W.A. (2007). Professional learning communities and the positive effects on student achievement: A national agenda for school improvement. The Lamar University Electronic Journal of Student Research. Retrieved from: http://www.allthingsplc.info/pdf/articles/plcandthepositiveeffects.pdf


ImplementationLeverage remaining SIG funds to establish sufficient buy-in.

Source: “Issues about change: Launching Professional Learning Communities” SEDL. 2000


Professional Learning Communities bring innovation to the forefront.

Role Augmentation

Sister Schools

Professional Learning Communities

Peer-Driven Professional Development

Technology to Facilitate

Questions?


APPENDIX


SFUSD is facing many challenges outside of its locus of control.

  • Budget cuts by 18%/pupil down to $4,900

    • Central staff reductions

    • 152 certificated teachers cut

    • 28-30% college readiness

  • Low % of children in population

  • 61% students qualify for free/reduced lunch

  • 27% of students are ELL

Source: Haas School of Business, University of California Berkeley. (2012) The Education Leadership Case Competition. Berkeley, CA: German Freiwald


The Superintendent Zones have a clear mission.

Source: San Francisco Public Schools. (2011) SFUSD Superintendent’s Zone: 2011-2012 school year.


There is still a gap between Superintendent Zone schools and SFUSD overall.

Education Data Partnership. (2012). Ed-Data [Data file]. Retrieved from http://www.ed-data.k12.ca.us


Measurable Indicators

KPIs

By Student Populations

Race and ethnicity

Socioeconomic status

Free/reduced lunch

Primary language spoken at home

First-generation college student

  • Standardized test scores

    • CST

    • API

  • High school graduation rates

  • Post-high school achievement

    • 2 and 4-year college matriculation rates

    • College graduation rates

  • AYP Attainment


SIG-Funded programs by school

San Francisco Unified School District. (2010) School Improvement Grant (SIG) application for funding. Retrieved from: http://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/sw/t1/documents/sig10sanfran.pdf


AppendixImplementation Plan (Detail)


Implementation


PLC’s have a proven track record.

  • Lamar University Study

    • 64 High Schools

    • Mean Time since PLC implementation 2.5 years

    • Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills Test (TAKS)

      • Mean Math improvement - 9% of total score

      • Mean Reading/English Language Arts improvement – 22% of total score

    • 90% of sample schools saw increases in math and ELA

  • Elementary School Case Study

    • 50% at or above grade level performance to 80% over four years

  • Middle School Case Study

    • 50% passing rate on standardized tests to 90% over two years.


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