UIP Review: Understanding Feedback from the CDE Review

UIP Review: Understanding Feedback from the CDE Review

UIP Review: Understanding Feedback from the CDE Review April 2013 Goals Students Successful students Prepare students to thrive in their education and in a globally competitive workforce. Ensure every student is on track to graduate postsecondary and workforce ready. Increase achievement for all students and close achievement gaps. Ensure students graduate ready for success in postsecondary education and the workforce. Increase national and international competitiveness for all students. Great teachers and leaders Educators

Ensure effective educators for every student and effective leaders for every school and district. Increase and support the effectiveness of all educators. Optimize the preparation, retention, and effectiveness of new educators. Eliminate the educator equity gap. Outstanding schools and districts Schools/ Districts State 2 Build the capacity of schools and districts to meet the needs of Colorado students and their families. Increase school and district performance.

Turnaround the states lowest performing districts and schools. Foster innovation and expand access to a rich array of high quality school choices for students. Best education system in the nation Build the best education system in the nation. Lead the nation in policy, innovation, and positive outcomes for students. Operate with excellence, efficiency, and effectiveness to become the best SEA in the nation. Attract and retain outstanding talent to CDE. Todays Session Overview of themes from the CDE UIP Review Identify common challenges identified through the CDE UIP review process Provide the opportunity to ask CDE staff specific questions about feedback a school received on their feedback form Consider how the school/district may approach addressing feedback from CDE through ongoing planning

processes Purpose of UIP Review and Feedback Compliance SB 163: Review of all Turnaround and Priority Improvement Schools and Districts Accountability: State Graduation and Completion plans Federal (Title IA, IIA, and III) improvement plans Specific grant programs: School Improvement Funds Support

Provide specific feedback on UIP Quality Criteria to improve quality of improvement planning in schools and districts CDE UIP Review Process January 22- March 1 118 CDE staff participated in review process Teams of 2-10 staff per review Schools 2-4 reviewers per team Districts 3-10 reviewers per team 5 20 140

52 TIG Priority Improvement or Improvement Plans Turnaround Plans Performance Plans 212 School Plans Reviewed 4 TDIP/ SGCP Improvement Plans 19

5 Priority Improvement Plans Turnaround Plans 28 District Plans Reviewed CDE Expectations Districts are responsible for accrediting schools District responsibility for ensuring schools requirements are met Feedback from CDE is intended strengthen the plan Changes should be considered within a district/school improvement planning process and timeline 8 Plan Quality

High Plan Quality Priority performance challenges are not clearly identified. Performance challenges are developed from trends and specify the areas of needed improvement on which the school will focus its efforts. Prioritization of challenges reflects the magnitude of the challenges, guides root cause analysis, and provides for more focused improvement strategies. The UIP Handbook provides guidance on identifying trends and priority performance challenges. Degree of Focus of CDE Feedback

Identifies targets that may move the school out of priority improvement, but some may not be set sufficiently high to result in the school meeting expectations within the fiveyear timeframe. year timeframe. Consider the degree to which the Major Improvement Strategies associated with the annual targets in the target setting worksheet will bring about the results articulated in this form. Example: Given the emphasis in Major Improvement Strategy #1 on Balanced Literacy, would you expect to see a 5% increase in reading achievement and the

same 5% increase that is articulated in the target setting form for math achievement? Low Plan Quality 9 UIP Review Process: Positive Themes The UIPs are getting better! Improved description of previous targets and progress toward 10

meeting targets More comprehensive analysis of TCAP and increased inclusion of local data More precise articulation of trends Clearer identification of priority performance challenges (reflecting greater understanding of what priority performance challenges are) A more extensive data narrative that describes the school and addresses the majority of the Quality Criteria More ambitious and appropriate targets for achievement and growth Continuous Improvement Unified Improvement Planning Processes Preparing to Plan

Gather and Organize Data Section III: Data Narrative Review Performance Summary Section IV: Target Setting Describe Notable Trends

Ongoing: Progress Monitoring Section IV: Action Planning Prioritize Performance Challenges Identify Root Causes Set Performance

Targets Identify Major Improvement Strategies Identify Interim Measures Identify Implementation Benchmarks p. 7 UIP Handbook UIP and

Data 13 Big Idea: Lack of Consistency The same element is presented differently in different sections of the plan: Persistently low and decreasing performance across all populations in all content areas. Priority Performance Challenges: Raise the level of Tier I instructional rigor through professional development, mentoring and coaching, and effective PLCs.

In grades 3-8 reading achievement data for the last three years indicates that an average of 56% (from 2009-2011) of students do not meet proficiency levels of CSAP. Section I State + Federal Performance Data Section II Grant Info Contact Improvement

Plan Info Section III Section IV Review Progress on Last School Target Setting Form Years Targets Worksheet Priority Performance Challenges Targets Data Worksheet Notable Trends Interim Measures Priority Performance Major Improvement Challenges Strategies Root Causes

Data Narrative Data Used Notable Trends Priority Performance Challenges Root Causes Processes Used Action Planning Form Major Improvement Strategies Associated root causes Action Steps Timeline Key People Resources Implementation Benchmarks Status of Action Steps

Big Idea: Lack of Coherence There is not a logical progression across the steps of the Unified Improvement Planning process: It is not clear how Major Improvement Strategies: Logically address root causes Will bring about the student performance described in the target setting form (annual targets, interim measures) Targets are related to Priority Performance challenges Priorities grew out of a comprehensive data analysis 40% of a schools population are English Language learners, no disaggregation of their achievement, growth, or language attainment progress. All priorities and actions address whole school without considering needs of this group of students

Big Idea: Timeframe Many plans ended May 2013 -More than 1/3 of the plans were written for one year The UIP should be a two year plan that gets revised on at least an annual basis Revision process should be updated with current information, then planning projected out; modifications should be made based on determinations from data (interim measures/implementation benchmarks) Notable Trends, Priority Performance Challenges Root Cause Analysis What has been happening? 2010 2011

2012 2013 Interim Measures, Implementation Benchmarks Target Setting, Action Planning ? Where do we need to go? 2014 2015 Big Idea: Combined Plans Small systems have the option to submit a plan that addresses

the need of all schools within the district School identified for Priority Improvement and Turnaround Needs of that school must be identifiable throughout the plan (data analysis, target setting action planning) Unified Simplified 18 Discussion Do these themes make sense? Is there feedback for your schools related to these themes? Which ones? Would addressing these big ideas strengthen the plans of your schools? 19 Common Theme:

Trend Statements State data only Inconsistent evidence of analysis (e.g. listing only, or table presentations) Example: We looked at NWEA and STAR data. Limited disaggregations beyond grade level. Consider other groups of students: (e.g. SPF Growth Gaps) Trend Statements Consider: provide more information than TCAP to describe what the data tell you about the schools performance over time, rather than just presenting the data. Local performance data allows the school to determine whether the trends were consistent across data sources other than CSAP and across all years served by the school and whether identified trends pertained to all grades. Do the current CBLA results align with TCAP reading data?

Common Theme: Prioritized Performance Challenges Did not set the strategic focus for the rest of the plan Has implications for the rest of the planning process Common Theme: Priority Performance Challenges The same element get presented differently in different sections of the plan: How does this provide focus for improvement? Persistently low and decreasing performance across all populations in all content areas.

Priority Performance Challenges: Raise the level of Tier I instructional rigor through professional development, mentoring and coaching, and effective PLCs. In grades 3-8 reading achievement data for the last three years indicates that an average of 56% (from 2009-2011) of students do not meet proficiency levels of CSAP. Common Theme: Prioritized Performance Challenges Frequently not framed in terms of student performance outcomes. There was a lot of: What we NEED to do Example: Reading: In order to meet state targets for a level increase to

MEETS, reading Median Growth Percentile (MGP)must increase from 45 to 55 MGP. What the problem is (root causes) In prior years, the schedule did not provide teachers time to plan units of instruction collaboratively both within and across grade-levels to unpack the standards (CCSS, CAS, and WiDA), align instruction to essential learning goals (ELGs), and systematically assess student progress. Consider: examination across content areas and performance indicators Common Theme: Prioritized Performance Challenges Consider: Examination across content areas and performance indicators to identify themes that are cross-cutting, leads to examination

of systemic root causes. Example: Do challenges in Reading exist across both Achievement and Growth performance indicators? Describe how performance challenges became prioritized. Who was involved, criteria considered for the prioritization? Common Theme: Root Cause Root cause analysis process that is sufficiently detailed and focused on the priority performance challenges. Aligned to priority performance challenge Appropriate magnitude Considers multiple data sources Common Theme: Root Cause Lack of Verification Examples:

We feel this is due to low expectations Ineffective planning of units and lessons has led to ineffective instruction because the intended outcomes are not the main focus. Upon completion of The Five Whys: Root Cause Identification protocol, we came to the consensus that as a school staff, we were not data driven.

Consider Identifying results and data sources that were used to verify root causes. 80% of walkthroughs identified that 90% of parent surveys indicated 70% of lesson plans showed a lack of Common Theme: Target Setting 68 What is being measured?

Is it specific enough to know if the target has been achieved? Common Theme: Interim Measures Interim Measures: Is there enough detail to identify if progress is being made? Considerations: Frequency of administration? What changes would you expect to see to make your target? Does DRA2 measure math performance? Will DIBELS tell you if you are addressing your Priority Performance Challenges for 4-6th grade students? Common Theme: Major Improvement Strategies Not just an inversion of the root cause A major improvement strategy is an overall research-based

approach to improvement designed to explicitly address the root causes, not just an inversion of the root cause Major Improvement Strategies not clearly linked to data presented in previous sections Common Theme: Action Planning Action plan steps that are sufficiently detailed to guide the improvement work. Example: 31 Common Theme: Implementation Benchmarks Many benchmarks address completion of action steps (completed rubric) or artifacts of evidence (Surveys for

Teachers and Students), but not the effectiveness of their implementation Identifying what the artifacts will be examined for e.g. Walk through observation forms indicating increasing percentage of fidelity to X model, with 90% of observations indicating practices (list out) implementation by May 2013 How will you know what you are doing is having the desired effect? Now what? Consider the district/school timeline for improvement planning. When does it make sense to consider the feedback from CDE? What additional information is needed to address feedback? What skills may needed to fully understand or respond to feedback? 33

Evaluation Please provide us with feedback using post-it notes at your table - Things that worked well for this session - Things that we should change ? ! - Questions you still have - A-has from todays session 34

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