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EEC Annual Legislative Report January 2011. Context. Legislative language that requires EEC to submit an annual report on Universal Pre-Kindergarten (UPK) and Mental Health initiatives, and Workforce Development System annual update

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Eec annual legislative report january 2011

EEC Annual Legislative Report

January 2011


Context

Context

  • Legislative language that requires EEC to submit an annual report on Universal Pre-Kindergarten (UPK) and Mental Health initiatives, and Workforce Development System annual update

  • Report seeks to provide an update on EEC’s 5-year Strategic Plan

  • Report will be framed by the Board’s Strategic Directions and Indicators of Success. Accomplishments of this past year and activities planned will be reported within the framework of EEC’s 5 Strategic Directions.


What eec must report at a minimum

What EEC Must Report (at a Minimum)

  • Progress in achieving goals and implementing programs authorized under M.G.L. c. 15D;

  • Progress made towards universal early education and care for pre-schoolaged children;

  • Progress made toward reducing expulsion ratesthrough developmentally appropriate prevention and intervention services;

  • Behavioral health indicators;

  • Rules and regulations promulgated by the Board related to civil fines and sanctions, including the types of sanctions and the amount of the fines; and

  • Findings and recommendations related to the study on the programmatic financing and phase-in options for the development and implementation of the Massachusetts universal pre-kindergarten program.


Eec annual legislative report january 2011

EEC System Components and Strategic Directions: Legislative Report

EEC Strategic Directions


Outline of report

Outline of Report


Fy2010 context will include

FY2010 Context will include:

  • ARRA

  • EEC Board Members and Changes

    • Departure of Julie P. Culhane & Orlando Isaza

    • Election of Chi-Cheng Huang as Vice Chair

    • Appointment of Eleanora Villegas-Reimers & Joan Wasser Gish

  • Board/EEC Actions, Policy Decisions and Accomplishments

  • Budget

    • Reductions in FY10

    • FY12 Budget Recommendations

  • EEC Board Retreat

  • Education Commissioner’s Retreat


Example strategic direction quality

Example: Strategic Direction: Quality

Indicators of Success:

  • PROGRAMS SEEKING TO IMPROVE THEIR QUALITY HAVE ACCESS TO A RANGE OF RESOURCES AND SUPPORTS.

    • Accomplished this year:

      • Professional Development Programs, including Educator and Provider Support Procurement, Institutions of Higher Education Mapping Project, Early Educator Scholarship, Professional Qualifications Registry

      • Assessment Activities, including FY10 Assessment Grant, Assessment track at 2010 All Together Now Conference

      • Supporting Physical Environments for programs serving Infants and Toddlers (training and grants)

      • Early Literacy initiatives, including PCHP grant, Joint ESE/EEC Literacy Conference, All Together Now Conference, Birth-8 Leadership Institute, QRIS, OST Literacy and Learning Promotion Initiative, CFCE grant, Mass211


Eec annual legislative report january 2011

Example: Strategic Direction: Quality

Indicators of Success:

  • PROGRAMS SEEKING TO IMPROVE THEIR QUALITY HAVE ACCESS TO A RANGE OF RESOURCES AND SUPPORTS.

    • Planned for next year:

      • Professional Development Programs, including refinement of Educator and Provider Support Grants, Institutions of Higher Education Mapping Project second phase, Professional Qualifications Registry

      • EEC will continue to work with the Office of Student Financial Assistance (OSFA) to coordinate the ECE Scholarship program

      • Development of a more user friendly version of the Professional Qualifications Registry

      • Guidelines for Preschool Learning Experiences credit course

      • Literacy Development Course Birth to 8

      • FY11 Assessment Grant

        Full details will be written about each accomplishment and planned activity in the report.


Timeline 2011

Timeline: 2011

  • January 11: EEC Board Meeting – Discussion

  • January 13: Board Planning and Evaluation Committee Meeting – Discussion

  • February 8: EEC Board Meeting – Vote

  • February 15: Report Due


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