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Oregon Reading First: Cohort B Leadership Session Portland, Oregon. May 27, 2009. Housekeeping . Sustainability.

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What does it take to sustain an effective reading program? That which is worth sustaining is best supported not by a person but by a system and its culture. Build and nurture the system and its culture.

(Hargreaves and Goodson, 2006)

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Oregon K-12 Literacy FrameworkGoalsAssessmentInstructionLeadershipProfessional DevelopmentCommitment

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sustainability is
Sustainability is.....
  • “...the ability of a staff to maintain the core beliefs and values (culture) of a program
  • ...and use them to guide program adaptations over time...”
  • ...while maintaining improved or enhanced outcomes.

-adapted from Century and Levy, 2002

sustaining reading first a premise
Sustaining Reading First: A Premise...

Those who are able to sustain the improved outcomes they have attained under Reading First will be those who:

  • see Reading First not as a funding stream, but as a different way of thinking about teaching and learning
  • see the management of change as a systems level process
planning for sustainability
Planning for Sustainability
  • To access a wide variety of resources on sustainability planning, including:
    • Planning tools at state, district, school and classroom levels
    • Examples of strong sustainability plans and related tools
    • Background information about sustainability
  • Go to the web site of the Reading First Sustainability Project at http://www.ed.gov/programs/readingfirst/support/sustaining.html
data reflection providing generally effective instruction

DATA REFLECTION: Providing Generally Effective Instruction

Oregon Reading First Cohort B

Project Level Data

Spring 2009

Erin Chaparro, Ph.D.

Jean Louise Mercier Smith, Ph.D.

Deni Basaraba, M.A.

objectives
Objectives

Review Spring 2009 Project-level Data

Review 2008-2009 Project Goals for K/1

Discuss next steps for the NWF analyses

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Kindergarten PSF

Spring 2009

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Kindergarten NWF

Spring 2009

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First Grade NWF

Spring 2009

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First Grade ORF

Spring 2009

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Second Grade ORF

Spring 2009

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Third Grade ORF

Spring 2009

answering important questions
Answering Important Questions

2008-2009 Project Level Goals for K/1

Increase the percent of Kindergarten students meeting the Spring benchmark goal (80%- 95%).

74.3% At low risk for NWF-CLS

89% Established on PSF

78.4% Made AP (+17.4% from Spring ‘06)

answering important questions1
Answering Important Questions

2008-2009 Project Level Goals for K/1

  • Increase the percent of strategic and intensive students making adequate progress and/ meeting the benchmark goal.
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Considerations

  • Pacing
  • Plan groups now to start interventions and/or small groups early in September.
  • What lesson do students need to finish by the end of year to reach goal?
  • Instruction
  • Provide language instruction in grades K-1.
  • When in doubt, place students in intervention rather than core. Remember, a benchmark score is only the 40th percentile.
  • Ensure all students are having multiple opportunities to respond rather than individual turns.
  • Provide students more time reading connected text.
the goal is to transform data into information and information into insight carly fiorina

“The goal is to transform data into information, and information into insight.” Carly Fiorina

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Data-based

Action Planning

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Example Data: Table 1

26%

58%

Are enough of our students in the established (low risk) range?

Are too many students in the in the deficit (at-risk) range?

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Example Data: Table 2

Grade 1 Intensive

Grade 1 Strategic

Grade 3 Strategic and Benchmark

Evaluate the health of your support systems at each grade level.

Identify systems that need additional support.

data based leadership planning
Data-Based Leadership Planning

Use:

(a) your school’s DIBELS Data Summary, (b) a review of your school action plan progress, and

(c) your principal walk-through feedback to identify relevant actions that you can do to support your school action plan.

district support
District Support
  • What support does the principal need to meet principal actions?
  • What support do the schools need to meet school actions?
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Instructional leadership is perhaps the single most important role for principals to play when increased achievement is the goal.

(National Association of Elementary School Principals, 2001)

looking ahead and next steps
Looking Ahead and Next Steps
  • June 6: District Team Leader to notify Russ Sweet (russ.sweet@state.or.us) if a Cohort B school (or schools) is (are) interested in applying for funds for the 2009-2010 school year. Copy Trish Travers (ttravers@uoregon.edu) on the email.
  • Week of June 8: ODE and the ORFC will meet to determine funding and identify schools that will receive technical support through a Regional Coordinator.
  • Week of June 22: Districts will be notified of the amount of support and/or funds each school will receive.
  • Prior to the start of 2009/2010 school year: Each school leader will work with the regional coordinator to develop a plan to use the funds to sustain Reading First.
fall 2009 calendar tentative dates
Fall 2009 Calendar Tentative Dates
  • 9/8/09 - 9/25/09: Fall DIBELS Testing Window
  • 9/17/09: Fall Leadership Webinar (1:00 - 3:00)
  • 9/18/09: LPR Webinar (1:00 - 3:00)
  • 1/4/10 - 1/29/10: Winter DIBELS Testing Window
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Moving forward

“We are not where we want to be.

We are not where we are going to be.

But we are not where we were.”

Rosa Parks