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District General Supervision: The Balancing Act

Spring Leadership Meeting

March 20, 2012

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Georgia Department of Education (Division for Special Education)

Tiered System for Monitoring Districts for General Supervision

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On a scale from 1 (highest) to 4 (lowest), prioritize the following roles that are necessary for the balancing act.

Teach and Coach Staff

Enforce Rules

Put out Fires

Negotiate Politics

on a scale from 1 highest to 4 lowest show how you actually use your time
On a scale from 1 (highest) to 4 (lowest), show how you actually use your time.

Teach and Coach Staff

Enforce Rules

Put out Fires

Negotiate Politics

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Were there discrepancies? Why?

How might we influence these barriers?

“Table Talk”

Report Out

today s learning targets
Today’s Learning Targets
  • Define and explain the components of district general supervision
  • Use the Continuum of Compliant Practices to evaluate your local special education program
  • Identify next steps necessary to improve your district’s general supervision
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Professional Learning and

Technical Assistance

Policies

And

Procedures

Data

and

Fiscal Funds

Supervision

and

Monitoring

Implementation of Compliant Practices

definitions
Definitions
  • Policies are“Board Approved” written mandates that align with rules and regulations.
  • Procedures are written steps for implementing policies, rules, and regulations.
  • Practices are the implementation of procedures, which are documented using evidence such as interviews, observations, student records, etc.
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Why do some special education programs struggle with the implementation of compliant practices?

“Table Talk”

Report Out

district general supervision
District General Supervision

Collection and Review of Data/

Fiscal Management

probing questions
Probing Questions

1. What data and documentation do you use to analyze district implementation of compliant practices?

2. What are your procedures to “monitor” (review data) every school in your district every year?

3. What data do you review from all schools?

4. How do you differentiate among the schools that have individualized needs such as intensive monitoring strategies?

 5. How do you align fiscal resources to support the needs?

next steps
Next Steps

Develop 2 -3 next steps necessary to improve your district’s general supervision.

helpful tips
Helpful Tips
  • Are you engaging the right people in the process?
  • Do you have written evidence?
  • Are you using data for information?
  • Are you engaging in an ongoing continuous improvement process?
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Final Activity

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