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Implementing BSA Through Trust, Knowledge and Action. Haas Education Leadership Case Competition Team 4 February 19, 2011. LAUSD is not meeting student academic needs. Budgeting for Student Achievement is the critical lynchpin in the Strategic Roadmap.

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implementing bsa through trust knowledge and action

Implementing BSA Through Trust, Knowledge and Action

Haas Education Leadership Case Competition

Team 4

February 19, 2011

lausd is not meeting student academic needs
LAUSD is not meeting student academic needs

Budgeting for Student Achievement is the critical lynchpin in the Strategic Roadmap

Student performance is significantly lower among specific student subgroups; this is perpetuated by traditional centralized budgeting

LAUSD API Across Student Subgroups

facilitating trust and knowledge with stakeholders will move individuals to action
Facilitating trust and knowledge with stakeholders will move individuals to action

Recommendation logic model:

Recommendations:

  • Execute marketing plan (and mindset): facilitate trust, knowledge, action with diverse stakeholders
  • Communicate marketing message: “Our Decisions, Their Future”
  • Implement performance dashboard & track marketing effectiveness
communication about bsa must be tailored to school needs
Communication about BSA must be tailored to school needs
  • Schools will be affected differently by the BSA implementation.
  • Maintain a central message with an awareness that school concerns will differ depending on what is at stake for the school.

No substantial change in funding

Lose funding

Gain funding

A minority of schools will gain or lose funding under BSA; the majority of schools will gain autonomy with no substantial change in funding.

Our focus: roll-out of BSA to Pinewood Elementary

successful implementation rests on establishing trust and knowledge
Successful implementation rests on establishing trust and knowledge

Our Theory of Change

Support

Empower

Compliance

Control

a complex web of stakeholders requires tailored engagement strategies
A complex web of stakeholders requires tailored engagement strategies
  • Enablers
  • Families
  • Teachers
  • UTLA
  • Informers
  • Students
  • BSA Leadership
  • Deciders
  • School Site Councils
  • Principals
  • Supporters
  • Community
  • Partners
  • District Staff
as an active parent mrs ruelas plays a decisive role in her child s education
As an active parent, Mrs. Ruelas plays a decisive role in her child’s education

Channels & Tactics:

  • PCSB and PESC target two families from each school to receive extra training in BSA
  • Family representatives hold training meetings with other involved families at their schools
  • Online two-way communication forum with BSA data and relevant research
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Engage families through a ParentCommunityService Branch blog

www.pcsbblog.edu

Parent Community Service Branch Blog

by engaging mr torres we can understand his child s unique needs
By engaging Mr. Torres, we can understand his child’s unique needs

Channels & Tactics:

  • Block parties at community centers (churches, YMCA’s) hosted by involved families
  • Personalized mailings with child picture
  • Surveys available and administered at parties and meetings
by engaging mr torres we can understand his child s unique needs1
By engaging Mr. Torres, we can understand his child’s unique needs

Channels & Tactics:

  • Block parties at community centers (churches, YMCA’s) hosted by involved families
  • Personalized mailings with child picture
  • Surveys available and administered at parties and meetings
as the leader of her classroom mrs fernandez can offer critical insight into her students needs
As the leader of her classroom, Mrs. Fernandez can offer critical insight into her students’ needs

Channels & Tactics:

  • Staff room “Rumor vs. Fact” display
  • PD led by SSC representative teacher on how to develop prioritized classroom needs
  • Online survey to gather teacher prioritized needs, SSC reviews aggregated data and confirms trends
  • Use UTLA to promote teacher leadership in the BSA initiative
as the leader of her classroom mrs fernandez can offer critical insight into her students needs1
As the leader of her classroom, Mrs. Fernandez can offer critical insight into her students’ needs

Channels & Tactics:

  • Staff room “Rumor vs. Fact” display
  • PD led by SSC representative teacher on how to develop prioritized classroom needs
  • Online survey to gather teacher prioritized needs, SSC reviews aggregated data and confirms trends
  • Use UTLA to promote teacher leadership in the BSA initiative
as the leader of her classroom mrs fernandez can offer critical insight into her students needs2
As the leader of her classroom, Mrs. Fernandez can offer critical insight into her students’ needs

Channels & Tactics:

  • Staff room “Rumor vs. Fact” display
  • PD led by SSC representative teacher on how to develop prioritized classroom needs
  • Online survey to gather teacher prioritized needs, SSC reviews aggregated data and confirms trends
  • Use UTLA to promote teacher leadership in the BSA initiative
principal barrett is no longer just the implementer but the decision maker
Principal Barrett is no longer just the implementer, but the decision-maker

Channels & Tactics:

  • Superintendent & CFO meetings
  • Establish cohort of principals with like constituents for training and support
    • Oversight by existing local district Director
    • Operates in partnership with higher education training partners and pilot principal
  • Online video with principals from other urban districtswith autonomous school budgeting
  • Reward success & innovation
community partners like the united way can support and empower
Community partners, like the United Way, can support and empower

Channels & Tactics:

  • Revive and institutionalize channels from LA Compact (quarterly meetings, email listserv)
  • Online forum with BSA data and relevant research
  • VISTA corps members with education expertise partner with school site financial officers
  • Develop rewards for success and innovation
conclusion
Conclusion

Steps to take in the next 30 days:

  • Form cohort of principals in districts
  • Create principal resources videos
  • Begin tracking media channel effectiveness using Constant Contact and Google Analytics
  • Identify BSA parent trainers through PCSB

Following our recommendations will empower LAUSD stakeholders to make autonomous decisions, leading to a brighter future for all students

ssc ensures inclusion of key insights in budget decision making
SSC ensures inclusion of key insights in budget decision-making

Channels & Tactics:

  • Sample budget templates from comparable schools to act as a guideline for school type
  • Timeline for key dates from the district
central district staff provides the needed technical and logistical support
Central district staff provides the needed technical and logistical support

Channels & Tactics:

  • Individual meetings with supervisors to convey revised goals and solicit feedback on what skills, training, and technology is needed to fulfill new responsibilities
  • Use all-employee newsletter and KLCS-TV to explain and publicize critical role for district staff in successful implementation
utla impacts teacher attitude and actions toward bsa
UTLA impacts teacher attitude and actions toward BSA

Channels & Tactics:

  • Schedule BSA representation at union meetings