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Michigan Association

of Intermediate School Administrators

Board of Directors

March 2012

Lee Warne

AESA - Executive Director

[email protected]


The AESA Mission:

  • Serve as a national voice for ESAs;

  • Provide professional development, technical assistance, advocacy, and research;

  • Help member agencies promote, distribute, and leverage ESA knowledge, products, and services;

  • Assist in the establishment of ESAs.


2011

AESA.US


Aesa s priorities
AESA’s Priorities:

  • Professional Development for ESA’s

  • Technical Assistance to ESA’s

  • Supporting New ESA’s

    • States

    • Creating statewide networks

  • Increasing our level of communications and develop an information repository


Federal legislation
Federal Legislation

  • Focus on keeping ESAs written into legislation

  • ESEA reauthorization

  • E-Rate and Anti-Deficiency Act

  • Veteran’s bill reauthorization


Esea reauthorization
ESEA Reauthorization

  • AESA Key Talking Points –

    • We support a new framework for the reauthorization of ESEA that focuses the federal role on students in poverty

    • We support strengthening the connection between high poverty schools and federal programs providing health and mental health care for children and their families, particularly ages zero to five


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ESEA Reauthorization

  • AESA Key Talking Points

    • Support the use of formative assessments to directly improve student achievement

    • Support an accountability system that uses multiple sources of evidence and a growth measure; is fair to all students and calls for federal authority that is commensurate with federal funding


Latest federal financial info
Latest Federal Financial Info

  • Obama Budget pushes ED – but still relies on competition

  • Title I and IDEA are level fund but only = 15.8% of the 40% promised

  • $1 B for RttT and I3 - $850 M is RttT

  • Sequestration – congress needs to find $1.2 T in savings over 10 yrs or cuts will be automatic Jan. 13 = 9% across the board in 1st yr.


Common core
Common Core

  • Wisconsin –

    • All CESAs did phase I together using common awareness kit to train schools

    • Each CESA is now moving into the next level

    • CESA 7 has a software system that they have developed and sell. Some agencies and state’s departments of education have been using them


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Common Core

  • Michigan (That’s YOU!) 

    • Have done the phase I portion together

    • Currently developing the next round of information

    • Your statewide network helps greatly! Not all states have the ability to coordinate this kind of work.


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Common Core

  • Iowa

    • Prior to Common Core Standards had Iowa Core Standards in place – very similar

    • Adopted Common Core

    • AEAs, department of education worked together to develop common training materials.

    • AEAs training the teachers


How to Become More

Involved in AESA

  • Attend our Conferences

  • Summer CEO Conference

  • July 23-26, 2012

  • Boise, Idaho

  • Educators’ Call to Action Conference

  • September , 2012

  • ARC – Arlington, VA

  • AESA Annual Conference

    • 2012 AESA Annual Conference, 12/5-8

    • Tampa Bay, Florida

  • www.aesa.us


  • AESA Business Partners

    & Sponsors

    Corwin Press Direct Energy

    • Grace Global Marsden Holdings

      Great American Financial Resources

    • Promethean AEPA

      Psychological Software Solutions

      United States Academic Decathlon

      Mid-Continent Regional Education Laboratory


    Contact AESA

    Visit the AESA Website Often

    We are constantly updating information important to your ESA

    www.aesa.us

    Phone:507-401-3306

    E-Mail: [email protected]


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