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Priority and Focus Schools: INCREASING CAPACITY FOR IMPROVEMENT USING THE INDISTAR ® ACTION-PLANNING TOOL June 11, 2014 OSPI’s Office of Student and School Success Travis Campbell, Director, K-12 Education Nate Marciochi, Information Technology Specialist Andy Kelly, Assistant Superintendent.

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Priority and Focus Schools:INCREASING CAPACITY FOR IMPROVEMENT USING THE INDISTAR® ACTION-PLANNING TOOLJune 11, 2014OSPI’s Office of Student and School SuccessTravis Campbell, Director, K-12 EducationNate Marciochi, Information Technology SpecialistAndy Kelly, Assistant Superintendent



  • Research Alignment
  • Capacity
  • Documentation, Electronic Reporting, & Progress Tracking
  • Continuous Improvement Planning


  • School-level
  • District-level
  • Coach-level (OSPI Success Coach/ESD Success Leads)
  • State-level
student and school success principles turnaround principles
Student and School Success principles (“Turnaround Principles”)
  • Principle 1: Provide strong leadership
  • Principle 2: Ensure teachers are effective and able to improve instruction
  • Principle 3: Expand time for student learning and teacher collaboration
  • Principle 4: Strengthen the school’s instructional program
  • Principle 5: Use data to inform instruction and for continuous improvement
  • Principle 6: Establish a safe and supportive school environment
  • Principle 7: Engage families and community
indicators expected indicators
Indicators & Expected Indicators
  • “Indicators”are rapid improvement evidence-based practices at the district, school, and classroom level used to improve student learning.
    • Each Indicator relates to a Student and School Success Principle (“Turnaround” Principles)
    • Wise Way Research is provided for every indicator
  • “ExpectedIndicators” are those that OSPI has designated as expected to be addressed in school action plans.
    • Schools must have one “active” Expected Indicator per Student and School Success Principle from the bank of 17 School-level Expected Indicators
    • District Plans must address all 13 District-level Expected Indicators
example student and school success principle expected indicators
Example: Student and School Success principle & Expected Indicators

Expected Indicators aligned to Principle 5:

Principle 5:

Use data to inform instruction and for continuous improvement, including by providing time for collaboration on the use of data

P5-IID08: Instructional teams use student learning data to assess strengths and weaknesses of the curriculum and instructional strategies.

(Instructional Framework, Multi-Tiered Framework, Smarter Balanced Assessments)

P5-IID12: All teachers monitor and assess student mastery of standards-based objectives in order to make appropriate curriculum adjustments. (Instructional Framework, Multi-Tiered Framework)



  • S.M.A.R.T. goals/objectives articulate both the evidence supporting the strategy and measurable outcomes for students and educators. The acronym “S.M.A.R.T.” is used to describe goals/objectives that are:
  • Specific,
  • Measurable,
  • Actionable/Attainable,
  • Realistic/Results-oriented, and
  • Timely/Time-bound
  • “If we do ___, then we impact ___, that results in ___.”

Handbooks to guide and support the process:

Action-Planning Handbook for School Teams and their Districts-examine ways to increase educator capacity& improve student achievement-use the Indistar action-planning tool to assess, create, & monitor Student and School Success Action Plan, as well as integration of Title I Schoolwide Plan.

Required Action District (RAD) Guidance Handbook-companion to the Action-Planning Handbook-in depth description of all RAD requirements and steps to exit required action status-guidance when building upon Student and School Success Action Plan when addressing concerns raised in the Academic Performance Audit Report

timeline for 2013 2014 identified schools
Timeline for 2013-2014 Identified schools

May – Aug 2014

  • Collect Data
  • Engage in Data Analysis
  • Assess Indicators using tools provided (Current Level of Development tool)
  • Apply for iGrant funds(available July 1, 2014)
  • ESD Action-Planning Workshops
  • Create and/or Revise Student and School Success Action Plan
  • Submit Plan to OSPI (Oct 30, 2014)
  • Implement Plan
  • Coach Critique of submitted Action Plans
  • RAD schools recommended to State Board of Education
  • Schools Address Coach Critique feedback and/or Peer Review and feedback
  • Implement Plan
  • Progress Monitor Indicators and Tasks
  • Revise Plan as necessary
  • Submit Plan for mid-year review (Feb 28, 2015)
  • Submit Plan for annual review (May 30, 2015)