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Data Sources and Building Budget. NMPED Priority Schools Bureau. utilizing the school web epss. Session Outcomes. Participants will understand which data sources to consider when linking budget to program in the school Web EPSS. Participants will be able to reflect budget in the

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session outcomes
Session Outcomes

Participants will understand which data sources

to consider when linking budget to program in

the school Web EPSS.

Participants will be able to reflect budget in the

school Web EPSS.

data sources
Data Sources

Data sources available at district and schools:

  • NM Standards Based Assessment
  • Formative and Summative assessments
  • School Report Cards

Other data sources: attendance, grad rate, SAT

referrals, measures of parent

participation, discipline …..

psb tools as data sources
PSB Tools as Data Sources

Schools with letter grades of D, F, and/or status of Priority or

Focus were required to conduct a needs assessment in the

late spring or fall of 2012:

School and Systems Reflective Summaries

These tools were designed to provide the school with an in-depth

analysis of how well the systems of support and instruction

practices are functioning to support student outcomes and

increase teacher effectiveness.

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PSB Tools as Data Sources

Literacy Reflective Summaries

These tools were designed to provide schools

with a means to review their school wide literacy

system, looking at the effectiveness of the

instruction and alignment with the curriculum.

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PSB Tools as Data Sources

Math Reflective Summaries

These tools were designed to provide schools

with a means to review their school wide

numeracy system, looking at the effectiveness of

the instruction and alignment with the

curriculum.

connection to web epss
Connection to Web EPSS

The results of the Reflective Summaries served to

help schools identify areas in need of improvement

around their systems of support, effectiveness

of instruction and curriculum alignment.

These areas of need were reflected as Action Steps in

the 2012-2013 Web EPSS under the Reading

and Math Goals.

new mexico instructional audit
New Mexico Instructional Audit

Schools with grades of D or F and/or status

of Focus or Priority were required to go

through the Instructional Audit process in

Fall 2012.

PED teams – Priority and F Schools

LEA teams – Focus and D Schools

purpose nmia priorities to developing a school plan
Purpose: NMIA Priorities to Developing a SchoolPlan

The New Mexico Instructional Audit (NMIA)

provided schools with an independent

examination of the operations and systems that

support and relate to instruction.

Results from the NMIA are essential and were

reflected in the school’s 2012-2013 Web EPSS.

guidance nmia exceptions 2012 2013
Guidance: NMIA Exceptions 2012-2013

If within the last year your school completed any of

the following, and has a summary report that was

uploaded to the Web EPSS file cabinet, the school

DID NOT have to complete the NMIA.

  • High Schools that Work: TAV or TRV
  • North Central Association Accreditation

(Must be an individual school visit)

  • Participation in the University of Virginia School Turnaround Specialist Program
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New Mexico Instructional Audit

The audit is based on 13 indicators related

to research and best practices for teaching

and learning that build on the work of the

CLASS and also aligns with the Seven

Turnaround Principles listed in the “New

Mexico ESEA Flexibility Request.”

new mexico instructional audit required for all priority focus f and d schools
New Mexico Instructional AuditRequired for all Priority, Focus, F and D schools
  • Compilation of data and findings based on interviews,

classroom observations and document reviews.

  • Data and findings are shared with the

superintendent/designee, principal and school

leadership team at an exit meeting.

  • The NMIA team leader wrote a formal report and sent it to the superintendent and school principal within 10 days to two weeks.
new mexico instructional audit2
New Mexico Instructional Audit
  • The principal, with support and input from the district representative and school personnel reviewed the NMIA Report findings and determined actions to address the findings.
  • Findings are priorities that were reflected in the

2012-2013 School Web EPSS as Action Steps and

connected to goals and strategies in

this tool.

responding to the nmia report
Responding to the NMIA Report
  • Upon receiving the report, the district and the school

had 10 days to two weeks to review and respond to the findings.

  • For each finding the school needed to provide a response.
  • The expectation was that the school responded to all findings, utilizing the cells provided in the report template and incorporated the responses into the school’s 2012-2013 Web EPSS.
priority action step
Priority = Action Step

NMIA Finding (Priority)

Students identified as English Language Learners (ELL)

are not benefitting from a comprehensive system of

support to meet their learning needs in the general

education classroom.

Action Step

All teachers in grades 1-5 will implement Walk 2 Read

within adaily 90 minute block for English Language

Learners and will progress monitor students using

DIBELSevery three weeks beginning in January 2013.

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Priority = Action Step

An Action Step should:

Link to findings from NMIA Report

Support the overall goals in the Web EPSS: Math, Reading and Transformation

Provide detail and clarifying information (Who, What, Frequency, Duration,….)

available resources for lea and school
Available Resources for LEA and School

New Mexico Instructional Audit Guidance Document

New Mexico Instructional Audit Appendices

Math, Literacy, and School and Systems Reflective Summaries

http://ped.state.nm.us/ped/PrioritySchoolsIndex.html

adding money to the district plan for schools to access
Adding Money to the District Plan for Schools to Access

The District Plan Administrator is responsible for

adding funding sources and related allocations to

the District plan budget once the BAR has been

submitted and approved.

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From the District plan page, click the Budget link tab at the top to see the overall plan budget.

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By selecting SEA funding sources schools can select from a list of all available Federal and State sources.
contact information
Contact Information
  • Howard Oechsner505.827.6580 (o)Howard.Oechsner@state.nm.us
  • Patricia Hackney
  • 505.827.3835 (o)
  • patricia.hackney@state.nm.us