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SIG funds a multitude of projects. San Francisco Unified School District. (2010) School Improvement Grant (SIG) application for funding . Retrieved from: http://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/sw/t1/documents/sig10sanfran.pdf. The end of SIG means the end of impactful projects. Unless…. Inflection Point.

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Sig funds a multitude of projects
SIG funds a multitude of projects.

San Francisco Unified School District. (2010) School Improvement Grant (SIG) application for funding. Retrieved from: http://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/sw/t1/documents/sig10sanfran.pdf



Inflection point

Inflection Point

Team 8

Veronica Chen∙ Nikki Modi ∙ Jessica Papia ∙ Doug Valentine



The recommendation internal integration creates a professional learning community
The RecommendationInternal integration creates a Professional Learning Community.



Professional learning community plc
Professional Learning Community (PLC)

  • Teacher

  • Teacher

  • Department

  • Heads

  • Principal

  • Teacher


The tactics 1 role augmentation
The Tactics1. Role Augmentation

*Source: Haas School of Business, University of California Berkeley. (2012) The Education Leadership Case Competition. Berkeley, CA: German Freiwald


The tactics 1 role augmentation1
The Tactics1. Role Augmentation


The tactics 2 sharepoint as a hub
The Tactics2. SharePoint as a Hub

  • Tie observation rubric to lesson plans and strategies

  • Build up resource library

  • Build up social media functionality

  • Identify connectors in informal network

  • Quality control

Image source: Go4sharepoint.com


The tactics 3 peer driven professional development
The Tactics3. Peer-Driven Professional Development

  • Peer Mentoring and Observation

    • Teacher-Designed Formative Rubric

    • Collaborative Planning Time

  • Peer Driven Teacher Training

    • Sharing Experience & Best Practices

  • Data-driven Action Plan


The Tactics3. Peer-Driven Professional Development


The tactics 3 peer driven professional development1
The Tactics3. Peer-Driven Professional Development


The tactics 3 peer driven professional development2
The Tactics3. Peer-Driven Professional Development


The Tactics4. SFUSD Sister Schools


Five indicators for evaluation

The Tactics4. SFUSD Sister Schools

Five indicators for evaluation:

Source: San Francisco Public Schools. (2011) SFUSD Superintendent’s Zone: 2011-2012 school year.


The Tactics4. SFUSD Sister Schools

San Francisco Unified School District. (2010) School Improvement Grant (SIG) application for funding. Retrieved from: http://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/sw/t1/documents/sig10sanfran.pdf


The Tactics4. SFUSD Sister Schools

San Francisco Unified School District. (2010) School Improvement Grant (SIG) application for funding. Retrieved from: http://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/sw/t1/documents/sig10sanfran.pdf


The Tactics4. SFUSD Sister Schools

Education Data Partnership. (2012). Ed-Data [Data file]. Retrieved from http://www.ed-data.k12.ca.us


The Tactics4. SFUSD Sister Schools

Education Data Partnership. (2012). Ed-Data [Data file]. Retrieved from http://www.ed-data.k12.ca.us



Plcs have a proven track record
PLCs have a proven track record.

Hughes, T.A. & Kritsonis, W.A. (2007). Professional learning communities and the positive effects on student achievement: A national agenda for school improvement. The Lamar University Electronic Journal of Student Research. Retrieved from: http://www.allthingsplc.info/pdf/articles/plcandthepositiveeffects.pdf


Implementation leverage remaining sig funds to establish sufficient buy in
ImplementationLeverage remaining SIG funds to establish sufficient buy-in.

Source: “Issues about change: Launching Professional Learning Communities” SEDL. 2000


Professional learning communities bring innovation to the forefront
Professional Learning Communities bring innovation to the forefront.

Role Augmentation

Sister Schools

Professional Learning Communities

Peer-Driven Professional Development

Technology to Facilitate

Questions?


Appendix
APPENDIX forefront.


Sfusd is facing many challenges outside of its locus of control
SFUSD is facing many challenges outside of its locus of control.

  • Budget cuts by 18%/pupil down to $4,900

    • Central staff reductions

    • 152 certificated teachers cut

    • 28-30% college readiness

  • Low % of children in population

  • 61% students qualify for free/reduced lunch

  • 27% of students are ELL

Source: Haas School of Business, University of California Berkeley. (2012) The Education Leadership Case Competition. Berkeley, CA: German Freiwald


The s uperintendent z ones have a clear mission
The control.Superintendent Zones have a clear mission.

Source: San Francisco Public Schools. (2011) SFUSD Superintendent’s Zone: 2011-2012 school year.


There is still a gap between superintendent z one schools and sfusd overall
There is still a gap between Superintendent control.Zone schools and SFUSD overall.

Education Data Partnership. (2012). Ed-Data [Data file]. Retrieved from http://www.ed-data.k12.ca.us


Measurable indicators
Measurable Indicators control.

KPIs

By Student Populations

Race and ethnicity

Socioeconomic status

Free/reduced lunch

Primary language spoken at home

First-generation college student

  • Standardized test scores

    • CST

    • API

  • High school graduation rates

  • Post-high school achievement

    • 2 and 4-year college matriculation rates

    • College graduation rates

  • AYP Attainment


Sig funded programs by school
SIG-Funded programs by school control.

San Francisco Unified School District. (2010) School Improvement Grant (SIG) application for funding. Retrieved from: http://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/sw/t1/documents/sig10sanfran.pdf


Appendix implementation plan detail
Appendix control.Implementation Plan (Detail)


Implementation
Implementation control.


Plc s have a proven track record
PLC’s have a proven track record. control.

  • Lamar University Study

    • 64 High Schools

    • Mean Time since PLC implementation 2.5 years

    • Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills Test (TAKS)

      • Mean Math improvement - 9% of total score

      • Mean Reading/English Language Arts improvement – 22% of total score

    • 90% of sample schools saw increases in math and ELA

  • Elementary School Case Study

    • 50% at or above grade level performance to 80% over four years

  • Middle School Case Study

    • 50% passing rate on standardized tests to 90% over two years.


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