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DESPITE GAINS, BLACK AND LATINO YOUNG MALES ARE GRADUATING WITHOUT THE SKILLS REQUIRED TO SUCCEED IN COLLEGE AND CAREER. Overview. RACIAL DISPARITIES IN COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS PERSIST ACROSS ABILITY LEVELS OF MALE STUDENTS. Overview.

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DESPITE GAINS, BLACK AND LATINO YOUNG MALES ARE GRADUATING WITHOUT THE SKILLS REQUIRED TO SUCCEED IN COLLEGE AND CAREER

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RACIAL DISPARITIES IN COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS PERSIST ACROSS ABILITY LEVELS OF MALE STUDENTS

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ESI EFFORTS ARE DESIGNED TO BETTER PREPARE BLACK AND LATINO YOUNG MEN FOR COLLEGE AND CAREERS

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ESI DESIGN METHODS ENSURE THAT SCHOOLS REMAIN ROOTED IN STUDENT EXPERIENCE

Breakthrough ESI

Model

Culturally Relevant Framework

Smart, Diverse People

Innovation Process

ESI School Design

  • ESI Fellows

  • ESI 40 Student Designers

  • OPSR Staff

  • DOE Central

  • External Influences

  • Design Thinking

  • Co-creation

  • User Experience

  • Prototyping

  • Iteration

  • Developmentally Appropriate

  • Identity Development

  • Community Voice

  • Diverse Curriculum

  • ESI Fellows were selected from a pool of over 400 applicants nationwide

  • The Fellowship is a cross-functional team with expertise in school leadership, youth development, and education technology

  • The ESI Fellows meet with 20+ students from the 40 ESI schools weekly to learn about student experience, prototype ideas, and test products


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ESI MODEL INTEGRATES 10 DESIGN ELEMENTS

ESI School Design


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ESI MODEL SEEKS TO GRADUATE STUDENTS WITH THE SKILLS & DISPOSITIONS TO SUCCEED IN THE 21ST CENTURY ECONOMY

T-shaped people have two kinds of characteristics. The vertical stroke of the “T” is a depth of skill that allows them to contribute to the creative process. The horizontal stroke of the “T” is the disposition for collaboration across disciplines.

Tim Brown, CEO, IDEO

ESI School Design

In college I believe I’m going to be able to succeed because some of my teachers have actually pushed me to college work standards, you know, 10-page essays with

close due dates.

Student, Succeeding in the City


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ESI MODEL LEVERAGES A MASTERY FRAMEWORK THAT PRIORITIZES SKILL ACQUISITION

ESI School Design


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ESI MODEL IS EXPLICIT IN THE TYPES OF SKILLS THAT STUDENTS ARE EXPECTED TO ACQUIRE PRIOR TO GRADUATION

Competency:

WRITE

  • Framework Sources

  • Common Core State Standards

  • Partnership for 21st Century Skills

  • Next Generation Science Standards

  • ACT

  • Youth Investment Forum

  • Attainments

  • I can write to communicate, organize, and record information.

  • I can develop and present a logical sequence of ideas using appropriate structure, grammar, and mechanics.

  • I can synthesize and properly integrate outside resources into my writing.

  • I can edit language, style, structure, organization and content..

  • I can take different positions for different tasks.

  • I can write to express my feelings and views.

ESI School Design


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ESI COMPETENCIES FRAMEWORK INCORPORATES OTHER DISPOSITIONS PREDICTIVE OF POSTSECONDARY SUCCESS

Competency:

MANAGE MYSELF

  • Framework Sources

  • CASEL

  • University of Chicago Consortium

  • QED Foundation

  • ACT Engage

  • Youth Investment Forum

  • School-based Frameworks

ESI School Design

  • Attainments

  • I can assess my feelings, interests, values and strengths.

  • I have a well-grounded sense of self confidence

  • I can advocate for myself, but can also admit when I'm wrong.

  • I can handle stress, control my impulses and persevere in overcoming obstacles.

  • I can adapt to new contexts

  • I can accept critical feedback as an opportunity for growth.


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ESI MODEL PERSONALIZES THE STUDENT LEARNING ENVIRONMENT THROUGH INNOVATIVE USES OF STAFF, TIME, AND TECHNOLOGY

Mode

CCR Link

Flexible Staffing Model

- Balanced programming allowing for common teacher planning and collaboration

- Varying staffing ratios based on student need with discrete adult roles (Resident Teachers, Learning Coaches)

- Aligned and reinforced instruction and assessment promoting mastery of essential skills for post-secondary success (Academic Competency)

- Adults focus on social-emotional learning through “CORE” advisory structure in school day (SEL Competency)

ESI School Design

CCR Link

Mode

Strategic Technology

- Curriculum modules with embedded assessments accessible online to allow for students to move through projects at their own pace

- Online literacy and math tools geared toward skill remediation during targeted support block

- Self-paced learning builds critical independence required to succeed with college-level work (SEL Competency)

- Precisely address individual learning challenges to ensure students can eventually access higher-level performance tasks (Academic Competency)


Esi school design

ESI School Design

ESI MODEL OFFERS DISTINCT ADVANTAGES BENEFITING BOTH STUDENTS AND ADULTS

  • TRADITIONAL SCHOOLS

  • Students graduate upon completion of seat time in a required set of courses

  • Opaque learning targets

  • “Swiss cheese” learning

  • Limited supports

  • Inaccessible tasks and limited opportunities to demonstrate learning

  • Students are placed in courses based on their age/grade-level

  • ESI MODEL

  • Knowledge and skills acquisition are priority

  • Learning targets are transparent and manageable

  • Precise deployment of Interventions and supports

  • Expands collaboration and reinforcement opportunities

  • Cultivates persistence and growth-mindset


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ESI ADULT COMPETENCIES ENSURE STAFF FOCUS ON PRACTICES THAT ADDRESS CHALLENGES FACING BLACK AND LATINO YOUTH

Although black students made up only 18 percent of those enrolled... they accounted for 35 percent of those suspended once, 46 percent of those suspended more than once and 39 percent of all expulsions.

Black Students Face More Discipline, Data Suggests

New York Times, March 6, 2012

ESI School Design

Building on existing frameworks, the ESI Model expects teaching practice to incorporate research-based strategies that directly address the discipline gap for minority students.


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ESI FELLOWSHIP IS PRODUCING TANGIBLE PRODUCTS TO BE DISSEMINATED WIDELY IN THE COMING YEARS

ARTIFACTS

  • Handbooks

  • Policy briefs

  • Curricula

  • Infrastructure blueprints

  • Professional development plans

  • Implementation guides

  • Assessment and evaluation rubrics

ESI School Design


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Contact Information

Presenters

Contributors

Vanda Belusic-Vollor

Executive Director, OPSR, NYC DOE

[email protected]

Tabari Bomani

ESI Fellow

Jorge Laboy

ESI Fellow

Julian Cohen

Deputy ED, OPSR

Darius Mensah

ESI Fellow

Harvey Chism

ESI Fellow

[email protected]

Brandon Corley

ESI Fellow

Vadewatie Ramsuchit

ESI Fellow

Natalie Ferrell

ESI Fellow

[email protected]

John Duval

ESI Fellow

David Weinberg

ESI Fellow

Paul Perry

ESI Fellow

[email protected]


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