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  1. Michigan School ImprovementFramework

  2. In Support of the State Board of Education’s Vision Statement State Board of Education’s Vision Statement The State Board of Education and Department of Education, with their partners, are the driving forces to create learning environments that prepare all students to be successful in the 21st Century knowledge economy. Our challenge - to co-create systemic processes that engender and promote continuous school improvement.

  3. The Challenge… • Provide a comprehensive framework based on current research and best practice to serve as a road map to support continuous school improvement.

  4. The Challenge… • Develop a framework that is based on research yet can be individualized to support the unique needs of each school.

  5. The Challenge… • Provide the educational community with a common school improvement dialogue and vocabulary.

  6. The Challenge… • Serve as a conceptual foundation to guide our thinking and action regarding school improvement.

  7. The Challenge… • Develop a set of standards through which our work is filtered and/or designed • Professional Development • Technical Support and Program Development • Grant Criteria • Accreditation – Performance Indicators

  8. Criteria for SI Framework • Build on current Indicators • Easy to Understand & User Friendly • Focused on Student Achievement • Measurable and Organic • Self-sufficient/Stand Alone

  9. Criteria continued… • Aligned - NCLB, Research, State/Federal Programs, PA 25, existing Performance Indicators • Address triple purpose: • feedback and guidance, • guideposts for our work, and • internal accountability

  10. Overview of Workgroup Process • Convened 60 educators (July ‘04) • Reviewed “Kent Report” for recommendations • Reviewed current EdYES! Performance Indicators • Reviewed the literature on school improvement • Cross-referenced research – search for common elements

  11. Overview of Workgroup Process • Developed a “School Improvement Framework” as a curriculum – strands, standards, benchmarks, criteria, rubrics • OSI develops framework; OEAA develops measurements • Cross reference Framework w/ Continuous Improvement Monitoring System (CIMS) • State Board Final Approval (Dec ’05)

  12. The Framework

  13. Prioritize The SI Framework 5 Strands 12 Standards Prioritize 26 Benchmarks Key Characteristics

  14. The 5 Strands Strand I - TEACHING for LEARNING Strand II – LEADERSHIP Strand V - DATA & INFORMATION MANAGEMENT Strand III - PERSONNEL & PROFESSIONAL LEARNING Strand IV – SCHOOL & COMMUNITY RELATIONS

  15. The 12 Standards Strand I – TEACHING for LEARNING Strand II - LEADERSHIP CURRICULUM INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP INSTRUCTION SHARED LEADERSHIP ASSESSMENT OPERATIONAL RESOURCE MNGT. Strand III - PERSONNEL & PROF. LEARNING Strand IV - SCHOOL/ COMMUNITY RELATIONS Strand V - DATA & INFORMATION MANAGEMENT PERSONNEL QUALIFICATIONS PARENT/FAMILY INVOLVEMENT DATA MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

  16. The Rubrics

  17. The SI Framework 5 Strands 12 Standards 26 Benchmarks Key Characteristics

  18. Strand I: Teaching for Learning The school holds high expectations for all students, identifies essential curricular content, makes certain it is sequenced appropriately and is taught effectively in the available instructional times. Assessments used are aligned to curricular content and are used to guide instructional decisions and monitor student learning. Standard 1: Curriculum Schools/districts have a cohesive plan for instruction and learning that serves as the basis for teachers’ and students’ active involvement in the construction and application of knowledge. Benchmark B: Communicated School/district curriculum is provided to staff, students, and parents in a manner that they can understand.

  19. Rubric Intent • Further defines and gives meaning to the School Improvement Framework. • Helps to visualize a “continuum of practice.” • Facilitates a conversation based upon a common language. • Promotes self-assessment of current level of implementation.

  20. Rubric Intent Cont. • Provides a description of the next level of success. • Describes exemplary practice. • Suggests sources of documentation to validate level of implementation.

  21. Prioritize The SI Framework 5 Strands 12 Standards Prioritize 26 Benchmarks Key Characteristics

  22. The “Shell”

  23. Strand I, Standard 1, Benchmark B: Communicated

  24. Possible Data Sources

  25. Possible Data Sources

  26. GatherData Study Student Achievement Do Plan School Improvement Cycle

  27. Documents Available Online • The School Improvement Framework, Rubrics, this PowerPoint, and other resources are available online at: www.mi.gov/osi or at www.mi.gov/schoolimprovement

  28. Contact Information • Dr. Yvonne Caamal Canul, Director Office of School Improvement Canuly@michigan.gov • Linda Forward, Supervisor Office of School Improvement ForwardL@michigan.gov • Linda Kent, Project Coordinator Office of School Improvement KentL2@michigan.gov