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New mexico public education in collaboration with wested

New Mexico Public Education in Collaboration with WestEd

A-F Grading Accountability System and Web EPSS

A Commitment to New Mexico Kids

New Mexico Public Education Department 2012



Purpose 2012

To provide information on changes to the

Web EPSS District and School Plan as related to the ESEA Waiver

and the

NM A-F School Grading Accountability System.

New Mexico Public Education Department 2012


  • Today you can expect….. 2012

    • Information on NM A-F School Grading

    • Accountability System: requirements,

    • grades, status & tools

    • Presentation/Demonstration of the

    • NEW plan templates in the Web EPSS

    • Responsibilities based on the

    • ESEA Waiver

    • Support for implementation

New Mexico Public Education Department 2012


Overview a f school grade accountability system

  • Goal – graduate 2012all New Mexico students college- and career-ready

  • New Mexico 1 of 11 states to apply in November 2011

  • New Mexico approved February 2012

  • Stakeholder input is ongoing and sought out on key areas: Instructional Audit and Web EPSS.

Overview: A-F School Grade Accountability System

New Mexico Public Education Department 2012


Overview school grade a f accountability systems

  • New Mexico will no longer calculate AYP 2012

  • Accountability system that measures student growth overtime

  • Flexibility over more than $10 million in federal funds

  • Alignment between school and district accountability systems

Overview: School Grade A-F Accountability Systems

New Mexico Public Education Department 2012


Definitions
Definitions 2012

New Mexico Public Education Department June 2012


5% 20121

  • Overall grade of “A” and

  • graduation rate of 85% or

  • higher, or

  • High progress as demonstrated

  • by a high annual growth in

  • graduation rates, or

  • High growth for both Q1 and Q3

  • students (may still demonstrate

  • minimal average status).

New Mexico Public Education Department 2012


10 % 2012

School Q1 to state Q3 gap that is among the largest 25% in state and whose overall grade is a “C” or lower.

New Mexico Public Education Department June 2012


10 % 2012

  • School is not a Priority

  • school and graduation rate

  • is less than 60% regardless

  • of overall grade, or

  • School Q1 to state Q3 gap

  • among the largest 25% in

  • state and has a Q1 growth

  • grade of D or F.

New Mexico Public Education Department 2012


5 % 2012

  • Tier 1 SIG Schools.

  • Overall grade of “F” and

  • graduation rate less than

  • 60%.

  • Lowest overall grade points

  • (multiple F’s)not previously

  • identified.

New Mexico Public Education Department 2012


7 turnaround principles
7 Turnaround 2012Principles

New Mexico Public Education Department June 2012









Web epss budget

Web EPSS Budget


Web epss due dates

September 1: DRAFT due June 2012

October 15:

FINAL due

Web EPSS Due Dates


District improvement plan structure

From: June 2012

Reading

Math

Graduation

ELL

Safety

Parent Involvement

Highly Qualified

District Improvement Plan Structure


District improvement plan structure1

To: June 2012

Goal One: Smarter Return on NM Investment

Strategy 1: Budgets aligned with

proven education programs

Strategy 2: Increase % of dollars to the classroom

District Improvement Plan Structure


District improvement plan structure2

  • To: June 2012

  • Goal Two: Real Accountability, Real Results: A-F

  • School Grade Accountability System

  • Strategy 1: Improving School Growth

  • Strategy 2: Opportunity to Learn

  • Strategy 3: Graduation/Attendance

  • Strategy 4: Student and Parent Engagement

  • Strategy 5: College and Career readiness

  • Strategy 6: Accurate Data reporting

District Improvement Plan Structure


District improvement plan structure3

To: June 2012

Goal Three: Ready for Success

Strategy 1: NM Reads to Lead (K-3)

Strategy 2: Common Core Transition

District Improvement Plan Structure


District improvement plan structure4

  • To: June 2012

  • Goal Four: Effective Educators and Leaders

  • Strategy 1: Professional Development

  • Strategy 2: Training for Teacher/Leader

District Improvement Plan Structure


District improvement plan structure5

  • To: June 2012

  • Goal Five: Effective Options for Parents

  • Strategy 1: Dual Enrollment

District Improvement Plan Structure


School improvement plan structure

From: June 2012

Reading

Math

Graduation

ELL

Safety

Parent Involvement

Highly Qualified

To:

Reading

Math

Transformation

  • Leadership

  • Effective Teachers

  • Data

  • School Safety

  • Parent Involvement

  • Redesigning school day, week, year

School Improvement Plan Structure

New Mexico Public Education Department June 2011


School improvement plan structure1

Goal One: Strengthening the Reading Program June 2012

Strategy 1: Core Reading Program

Strategy 2: Tier II Supports for Students in Reading

Strategy 3: Tier III Supports for Students in Reading

Strategy 4: Use of Data to Analyze Reading

Strategy 5: Professional Development in Reading

Strategy 6: Collaboration Time for Reading Teachers

Strategy 7: Monitoring of Reading Program

Strategy 8: College and Career Ready

School Improvement Plan Structure


School improvement plan structure2

Goal Two: Strengthening the Math Program June 2012

Strategy 1: Core MathProgram

Strategy 2: Tier II Supports for Students in Math

Strategy 3: Tier III Supports for Students in Math

Strategy 4: Use of Data to Analyze Math

Strategy 5: Professional Development in Math

Strategy 6: Collaboration Time for Math Teachers

Strategy 7: Monitoring of MathProgram

Strategy 8: College and Career Ready

School Improvement Plan Structure


School improvement plan structure3

Goal Three: Transformation June 2012

Strategy 1: Use of Data

Strategy 2: Effective Leaders

Strategy 3: Effective Teachers

Strategy 4: Redesigning Day, Week, Year

Strategy 5: Establishing safe school environments

Strategy 6: Development of school, family and community partnerships

School Improvement Plan Structure


Web epss features
Web EPSS Features June 2012

New Mexico Public Education Department 2012



The Southwest Comprehensive Center (SWCC) at WestEd is part of a federal network of 16 Regional Comprehensive Centers and five content centers. SWCC staff work collaboratively to build capacity to implement federal and state reform initiatives and support district and school improvement.

The SWCC helps states to increase capacity and provide support to districts and schools by improving educators’ knowledge and expertise, developing and implementing research-based processes and support systems, creating networks of peers and experts, and leveraging technology to address district needs.


PRESENTERS of a federal network of 16 Regional Comprehensive Centers and five content centers. SWCC staff work collaboratively to build capacity to implement federal and state reform initiatives and support district and school improvement.

David Bogdonoff, Project Technology Director

Libby Rognier, Senior Content &Implementation Specialist


DEMONSTRATION of a federal network of 16 Regional Comprehensive Centers and five content centers. SWCC staff work collaboratively to build capacity to implement federal and state reform initiatives and support district and school improvement.

New Mexico Public Education Department June 2012


Support for implementation
Support for Implementation of a federal network of 16 Regional Comprehensive Centers and five content centers. SWCC staff work collaboratively to build capacity to implement federal and state reform initiatives and support district and school improvement.


CONTACTS of a federal network of 16 Regional Comprehensive Centers and five content centers. SWCC staff work collaboratively to build capacity to implement federal and state reform initiatives and support district and school improvement.

Connie Hansen, Director

Priority Schools Bureau

New Mexico Public Education Department

[email protected]

505-827-8005

Debbie Montoya, District Improvement Coordinator

Priority Schools Bureau

New Mexico Public Education Department

[email protected]

505-827-8070


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