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Impact. Enter 1st School Ready - Systemic Approach Parents as Teachers, PreK, Full-day Kindergarten Students on grade level, First Quarter of First Grade 2007 - 20% 2008 - 48.4% 2009 - 55.8% Academic Success - KCK Research Kansas Assessment (3rd Gr) No PreK PreK

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impact
Impact
  • Enter 1st School Ready - Systemic Approach
    • Parents as Teachers, PreK, Full-day Kindergarten
    • Students on grade level, First Quarter of First Grade
          • 2007 - 20%
          • 2008 - 48.4%
          • 2009 - 55.8%
  • Academic Success - KCK Research
  • Kansas Assessment (3rd Gr) No PreK PreK
  • Average Reading Score 69.9% 75.2%
  • Average Math Score 77.4% 82.2%
lessons learned moral of the kck prek story
Lessons LearnedMoral of the KCK PreK Story
  • Leadership Matters
    • Distributed
    • Passionate
    • Research-based
  • Collaboration and Advocacy Matter
    • Internal
    • Community - Agencies
    • State: Legislature, State Department of Education
    • National - PreK NOW, NSBA, etc.
  • Resources Matter
    • Financial
    • Human
    • Time
the pre k tool kit
The Pre-K Tool Kit
  • Establish a vision
  • Engage the community
  • Take inventory
  • Design a program
  • Ensure quality
  • Secure funding
to download for free or order from nsba bookstore
To download for free or order from NSBA bookstore:

www.nsba.org or www.centerforpubliceducation.org

engaging the community
Engaging the Community
  • Host a communitywide forum for parents, educators, and business leaders to learn more about your vision.
  • Develop an advisory committee, comprised of representatives from stakeholder groups, to inform the development of your plan.
  • Ask to be included on the city council agenda to discuss your vision.
toolkit includes
Toolkit includes…
  • Reasons for engaging the community
  • Key Stakeholder Groups to include
  • Sample pre-k messages to use
needs assessment
Supply of existing programs

Characteristics of these programs

Demand for services

Data on young children in area

Helps identify potential partners, underserved populations, and possible facilities

Promote strategies that will maximize resources

Needs assessment
half v full day
Half v. Full-Day

Options to Consider:

  • Provide a part-day program with connections to other early care and education providers for “wrap around” services.
  • Offer a full-day of services on select days of the week as opposed to a half-day program each day, which can help with overhead costs.
  • Embed the pre-k program in an existing full-day local child care facility.
building partnerships
ISD Role:

Provide financial support

Provide certified teacher

Share training and professional development

Give resources, materials, and equipment

Partner Role:

Provide space

Provide “wrap around care”

Advertise to community

Allow access to developmental screenings

Share resources

Building Partnerships
two part webinar series
Two Part Webinar Series

Pre-K Collaboration: Building Effective Partnerships

Part I. Models

Stacked or Flip/Flop Model

Concurrent Model

Wraparound Model

Subcontracting Model

Part II. Crafting a Memorandum of Understanding

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