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Leading Learning, Leading Change

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  1. Leading Learning, Leading Change Dr. Rudy Crew Chief Education Officer Oregon Education Investment Board • October 2012 @ORLearns

  2. Oregon Education Investment Board Objectives and Initiatives Design/implement initiatives to improve student achievement Create outcome-based budget, aligned to initiatives Design and implement P-20 structure Affect policies for initiatives and “loose/tight” direction Build an informed, engaged public • Early Childhood Redesign • Focus on early literacy • Ensure K readiness implementation Assessment • Reading • Intensify focus on early literacy to prevent later need for remediation • Increase K jump-start programs for ELL students • Demand for Learning • Parent & community engagement • Empower parents to engage with school and intervene in learning difficulties • Professional Corps of Teachers • Develop regional support centers • Develop strong pipeline of instructional leaders • Student Transitions, Essential Skills & Global Readiness • Create partnerships to develop career pathways • STEM-based school network October 2012 @ORLearns

  3. Oregon Compared to America’s Best-Educated and Worst-Educated State Worst-Educated State Best-Educated State WV OR MA Bachelor’s degree or higher:18.5% 28.7%39.1% Median household income: $38,482 $46,816 $62,859 Pct. below poverty level:18.6% 17.5% 11.6% The 24/7 Wall Street Newsletter http://247wallst.com/2012/10/15/164232/ October 2012 @ORLearns

  4. The Tipping Point Educators, boards and parents are under greater pressure to show ROI for students meeting globally competitive standards against dollars spent Pre-K High School Graduate Meaningful Work in Global Economy Knowledge is easy to use and readily available • System is efficient, equitable • Internal and External audiences advocate for system • Products from the system are highly valued Tipping Point Unstable Stable Knowledge is unavailable and not valued October 2012 @ORLearns

  5. Essential Links in the Chain of SuccessIf one link is missing, the chain will fall Insert Chart October 2012 @ORLearns

  6. Implications forLevel of Change Educators & Boards • Slow pace of reform • Inclusion of stakeholders • Symbolism over substance • Tension over learning new ways • Destabilizes internal systems and relationships • Organizes the opposition • Quickens the pace of reform and the building of new knowledge • Requires long term, consistent support, messaging and focus • Builds upon passion and commitment, rather than control • Moves beyond reform to transformation of what we do, how we do it and why. Artifacts Behavior Assumptions October 2012 @ORLearns