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  1. The Mt. Diablo USD Master Plan for Services toEnglish Learners Phase I Roll Out 2012/2013

  2. What is the MDUSD Master Plan? • An operational guide for services to English Learners • Provides guidance to the people who provide the services: • Teachers • Administrators • Counselors • Para-educators • Others

  3. What is the MDUSD Master Plan? • Defines optimally effective programs for ELs • Ensures that EL programs are appropriate to the unique conditions of the Mt. Diablo USD • Consistent with board policies • Responsive to student, parent and community needs

  4. What is the MDUSD Master Plan? • Helps ensure that district programs and services to ELs are consistent with state and federal law, but, • It does not merely state the law.

  5. Why was a Master Plan Needed? • The district contracted an audit of programs and services to English Learners. The audit report was provided in May 2011. • Selected findings: • There is wide variation in implementation of programs and services • Essential components of high quality EL programs are not in place or consistently implemented. • Resources are not aligned for the most effective implementation of EL programs.

  6. The Master Plan Task Force • Began work in September 2011 • Included about 40 teachers, parents, administrators, district representatives and other community members • Met 8 times in the 11/12 school year and concluded its work March 15, 2012.

  7. Role of the Master PlanTask Force • The Task Force was advisory to the Superintendent • Task Force developed and reached consensus on the Master Plan on March 15, 2012. • Superintendent and staff reviewed and made minor modifications the plan • On April 23, 2012, the Director of English Learner Services presented the REVISED DRAFT to the Board of Education. • It was recommended that the MDUSD Master Plan be implemented in Three Phases. The Board accepted this recommendation.

  8. Phase I 2012/2013 • Roll out Revised Final Draft to Administrators in August, 2012 • Administrators roll out Revised Final Draft to their Staffs during first school month • Implement Coaching Model, Centralized CELDT Pilot and Catch-Up Plan • Increase Parent Knowledge of Master Plan • Secondary Release Period for Coordination of Services for ELs

  9. Phase I 2012/2013, cont. • Convene Sub Committees including parents/DELAC members for program coordination in First Semester • Elementary • Middle • High School • Dual Language Immersion

  10. Phase I 2012/2013, cont. • Coordinate the PLL/DB2 programs • Shore Acres • Bel Air • Cambridge • Meadow Homes • Ygnacio Valley Elementary • Implementation of Daily English Language Development per Revised Final Draft • Board Presentation/Approval of Final Document by end of First Semester • Annual Evaluation of Programs

  11. Contents of the MDUSD Master Plan • Chapter 1: Initial Identification, Assessment and Placement • Chapter 2: Instructional Programs • Chapter 3: Monitoring of Student Progress and Reclassification • Chapter 4: Staffing and Professional Development • Chapter 5: Parent and Community Engagement • Chapter 6: Evaluation and Accountability • Chapter 7: Funding

  12. Several Key Features over 7 Chapters: • Centralized Initial Assessment Process • Clearly Defined Program Options for all levels • Secondary Programs for Middle and High Schools • District-wide Catch Up Plan • English Learner Review Teams (ELRTs) • Professional Development • Parent and Community Engagement • Evaluation & Accountability • Funding

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