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Building Partnerships. HB 5 & Community Engagement . Public Education: A Major Enterprise. 1,227 school districts and state charter schools 8,529 campuses 5,060,000 students 325,000+ teachers. Texas Student Make-Up*. 60.4%: Economic Disadvantaged (3,008,464 students)

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building partnerships

Building Partnerships

HB 5 & Community Engagement

public education a major enterprise
Public Education: A Major Enterprise
  • 1,227 school districts and state charter schools
  • 8,529 campuses
  • 5,060,000 students
  • 325,000+ teachers

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texas student make up
Texas Student Make-Up*
  • 60.4%: Economic Disadvantaged (3,008,464 students)
  • 16.8%: Limited English Proficient (837,536 students)
  • Approximately 480,000 more students in five years

*Texas Education Agency statistics

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demographic trends in public schools
Demographic Trends in Public Schools
  • More students arrive every year
  • Number of economic disadvantaged students increases every year
  • Texas graduates more students each year and the percentage of students who earn a diploma increases each year

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inverse relationship of schools students
Inverse Relationship of Schools & Students
  • A small number of school districts education a large percentage of students
    • 48 ISDs enroll 50.7% of students
    • 103 ISDs enroll 68% of students
  • A large number of school districts educate a small percentage of students
    • 447 ISDs enroll 2.3% of students
    • 691 ISDs enroll 5.8% of students

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governance of public education
Governance of Public Education
  • The foundation principle of educational governance is “Local Control with Accountability”
    • Gilmer ◊Aikin Bills of 1949
    • Senate Bill 1 in 1995
    • House Bill 5 in 2013

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hb 5 transformative legislation
HB 5: Transformative Legislation

Re-asserts the principle of local decision-making with accountability to the state

Reminds that instructional decisions are best made close to the learner

Re-establishes the responsibility for the high school experience with the student and parents

Restores authority for program and course design to the local community

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hb 5 greater flexibility
HB 5: Greater Flexibility

Students have more options to prepare for post secondary readiness.

Students will have access to more courses that are not only rigorous but relevant.

Districts have increased flexibility and responsibility for high school program and course development.

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diploma options
Diploma Options

HB 5 establishes:

  • Individual Graduation Plan Requirement
  • Post Secondary Readiness Measures
  • Equally viable CTE options as Post Secondary Readiness Programs
  • Accountability Requirements for ISDs & State Charter Schools

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hb 5 promotes building partnerships
Public Schools-Public & Private Institutes of Higher Education-Local Business, Labor, & Community LeadersHB 5 promotes Building partnerships

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community partnerships
Community Partnerships

Texas Education Code, Chapter 28.002

A district may offer a course or other activity, including an apprenticeship or training hours needed to obtain an industry-recognized credential or certificate, that is approved by the board of trustees for credit without obtaining SBOE approval if:

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community partnerships1
Community Partnerships
  • The program is developed with an institute of higher education and local business, labor and community leaders.
  • The program allows students to enter:
    • a career or technology training program in the district’s region of the state;
    • An institution of higher ed without remediation;
    • An apprenticeship training program; or
    • An internship toward an industry recognized credential or certificate of course study.

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education partnerships
Education Partnerships

Texas Education Code, Chapter 28.014

A district shall partner with at least one IHE to develop and provide coursework to prepare students for success in entry level college courses.

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community student engagement
Community & Student Engagement

Texas Education Code, Chapter 39.0545

Each school district shall evaluate district and campus performance in community & student engagement.

The evaluation criteria shall be developed by a local committee.

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community student engagement1
Community & Student Engagement
  • Second Language Acquisition
  • Digital Learning
  • Dropout Prevention Strategies
  • Gifted & Talented Programs
  • Fine Arts
  • Wellness & Physical Education
  • Community & Parental Involvement
  • 21st Century Workforce Development Programs

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case studies in building partnerships
Case Studies in Building Partnerships

Cleburne ISD

Dr. Tim Miller

206 square miles

6,800 students

12 campuses

  • 2 high schools
  • 2 middle schools
  • 7 elementary schools
  • 1 K-12 alternative campus

Arlington ISD

Dr. Marcelo Cavazos

9th largest ISD in Texas

Largest employer in Arlington

65,000 Students

73 campuses:

  • 9 high schools,
  • 13 junior high schools
  • 51 elementary schools

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hillco partners

HillCo Partners

David D. Anderson

823 Congress Avenue, Suite 900

Austin, Texas 78701