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  1. Language Policy and Leadership Office UpdateBilingual Coordinators Network Meeting November 16, 2012Sacramento, CA

  2. Accountability Leadership Institute for English Learners and Immigrant StudentsNancy Zarenda Education Programs Consultant

  3. Accountability Leadership Institute SAVE THE DATE December 3–4, 2012 Santa Clara Marriott E-mail: ALI@cde.ca.gov

  4. Accountability Leadership Institute 2012 Theme Moving Forward: English Language Development Standards, Assessments, and the Common Core

  5. 2012 Planning Committee Judy Cunningham, Kings County COE Rindy DeVoll, Butte COE Edgar Lampkin, Yolo COE Robert Linquanti, WestEd Martín Macías, Stanislaus COE Silvina Rubenstein, Los Angeles COE Yee Wan, Santa Clara COE

  6. Keynote Speakers Lily Wong Fillmore, Ph.D. UC Berkeley School of Education David Coleman President, College Board Xavier De La Torre, Ed.D. Superintendent of Santa Clara County Schools Featured Speakers Tom Adams, CDE Karen Cadiero-Kaplan, Ph.D. CDE

  7. Workshop Topics • State Common Core Standards in Mathematics, Science, and ELA – Phil Daro, Judit Moschkovich, Okhee Lee, Aida Walquí • Long Term English Learners – Laurie Olsen • Special Education – Jarice Butterfield • Understanding Language Initiative – Kenji Hakuta

  8. More Workshops • English Language Development Standards • Legislative Updates • Migrant Education Program • CELDT Update • Common Core ¡en español! • Integrating Rich Arts • Brokers of Expertise Resources for ELs • State Seal of Biliteracy • WRITE Initiative • ELD/SDAIE Teacher Credentialing • ELs in Juvenile Justice Schools • A Look at Learning A.L.L.

  9. Monday Evening Keynote and Networking Xavier De La Torre, Ed. D. Superintendent of Santa Clara County Schools Biliteracy: A Critical Campaign Issue for a Future Commander in Chief

  10. Registration & Hotel Information Available Now Registration $300 before November 19 Santa Clara Marriott $140 conference rate http://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/el/t3/

  11. Title III Accountability Requirements and Technical Assistancefor 2012-13Lilia G. Sánchez Education Programs Consultant

  12. Overview • Title III Accountability • Consequences of not meeting Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives (AMAOs) • Federal/State Requirements for LEAs in Year 2 and 4 • Improvement Plan Elements • Technical Assistance • County Office of Education Regional Leads

  13. What is Title III Accountability? Title III under the federal ESEA provides supplemental funding to LEAs and consortia to: Implement programs designed to help English learners (ELs) attain English proficiency and meet the state’s academic and content standards  

  14. What is Title III Accountability? • Is a series of annual academic performance goals established for each LEA or consortia of LEAs to hold them accountable for progress and performance of ELs • LEAs are determined to have met their accountability goals if they meet or exceed each year’s accountability targets and criteria

  15. What are Title III Accountability Requirements? Title III, Part A, Subpart A, sections 3121 and 3122, of the ESEA requires that each state: • Establish English language proficiency standards • Conduct an annual assessment of English language proficiency • Define two AMAOs for increasing the percentage of EL students’ developing and attaining English proficiency • Include a third AMAO relating to meeting the Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) for the EL subgroup at the LEA or consortium level • Hold LEAs and consortia accountable for meeting the three AMAOs (ESEA Section 3122)

  16. What is an Annual Measurable Achievement Objective? • An AMAO is a performance objective, or target, that Title III subgrantees must meet each year for their EL population • All LEAs and consortia receiving a Title III-LEP grant are required to annually meet the two English language proficiency AMAOs • As well as a third academic achievement AMAO based on AYP information

  17. Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives and Assessments

  18. Accountability Requirements • The CDE prepares annual Title III Accountability Reports for each direct-funded LEA or consortium receiving Title III funds - Districts - County Offices of Education (COEs) - Direct funded charters - Consortia • Results for all consortium members are aggregated up to the consortium level

  19. Annual Measurable Achievement Objective1 Results for 2011–12 • AMAO 1 • 83% of LEAs/consortia met target

  20. Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives2 Results for 2011–12 • AMAO 2 • 75% of LEAs/consortia met target less than 5 years • 69% of LEAs/consortia met target 5 years or more • 59% of LEAs/consortia met both targets of AMAO 2

  21. Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives 3 Results for 2011–12 • AMAO 3 • 22% of LEAs/Consortia met target

  22. Annual Measurable Achievement Objective 3 Academic Achievement EL Subgroup must meet AYP targets in: English Language Arts (ELA) - Participation rate - Percent Proficient or above Mathematics - Participation rate - Percent Proficient or above EL subgroup for AYP includes Redesignated Fluent English Proficient (R-FEP) students who have not scored proficient or above on the California Standards Test (CST) in ELA 3 times after being reclassified.

  23. 2011–12 Annual Measurable Achievement Objective Year Status Number of LEAs/consortia receiving Title III funds: 706 Number meeting all three AMAOs: 94 Source: Title III Accountability Report, November 1, 2012

  24. Consequences of Not Meeting the Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives If a Title III or consortia does not meet any one or more of the three AMAOs in any year, it must: • Inform the parents of all ELs in the LEA or the consortia as a whole, that the AMAOs have not been met • This notification should be provided within 30 calendar daysof the public release of the Title III Accountability Report

  25. Consequences of Not Meeting Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives for 2 Years • The improvement plan shall specifically address the factors that prevented the LEA or consortium from achieving the AMAO targets • This requirement can be address via the Title III Year 2 Improvement Plan (IP) on the California Accountability and Improvement System (CAIS) • More information on the IP is available at the CDE Accountability Requirements Web page at http://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/el/t3/t3amaotargets12asp.

  26. Title III Year 2 Local Educational Agencies in Improvement Status • 53 School Districts, COEs, and Independent Charters • 9 Consortia • 62 Total LEAs identified as not having met one or more AMAOs for two consecutive years Data source: 2012 AYP Report and 2011–12Title III Accountability Report released on November 1, 2012

  27. Consequences of Not Meeting Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives for 4 Years Pursuant to requirements of the ESEA, Section 3122 (b)(4), and approved by the State Board of Education: • LEAs and Consortia failing to meet one or more AMAOs for four consecutive years (2008–09, 2009–10, 2010–11, and 2011-12) are also required to modify their curriculum, program, and method of instruction

  28. Title III Year 4 Local Educational Agencies in Improvement Status • 52 School Districts, COEs, and Independent Charters • 3 Consortia • 55 Total LEAs did not meet one or more AMAOs for four consecutive years for the EL subgroup Data source: 2012 AYP Report and 2011–12 Title III Accountability Report released on November 1, 2012

  29. Notice of Improvement Status If your LEA/consortium was identified as Year 1, 2, 3, 4, or 4+ under Title III you will be notified by the CDE of further action that needs to be taken

  30. The Title III Improvement Plan • The central premise: LEA is responsible for improving the educational outcomes of its ELs • To do this, the LEA will develop an Improvement Plan that addresses the fiscal, human, and technical resources needed to fully implement the improvement efforts for the instructional program for all ELs

  31. The Title III Improvement Plan • It provides direction on programmatic and systemic changes needed to reach specific state and district goals • LEAs identified under Title III Year 2 or Year 4 must develop and enter all Title III Plan components in the California Accountability and Improvement System by the due date specified

  32. The Title III Improvement Plan Development • Should be developed by the LEA Team • The Plan Template reflects how it will appear in the CAIS Plan screen

  33. The Title III Improvement Plan Development The Plan is hierarchically structured as follows: • SMART Goal • Strategies to accomplish the goal • Action steps needed to implement the strategies • Tasks needed to carry out the action steps • Budget that is associated with Action steps

  34. Title III, Year 2 and Year 4 Key Improvement Plan Documents • IP Needs Assessment Template • IP Template • IP Evaluation Checklist • IP Information Sheet • IP Assurance

  35. Title III Regional County Office of Education Leads Technical Assistance Provide technical assistance to LEAs to support the development, implementation and monitoring of the Title III, Year 2 and Year 4 IPs • Evaluate the effectiveness of current practices • Help Identify needs and prioritize focus areas • Develop and implement strategies and actions that target focus area needs • Review IPs for quality and appropriateness to identified needs

  36. Title III Regional County Office of Education Leads Technical Assistance • Monitor the LEA’s IP implementation • Provide regional training sessions for LEAs in Title III Accountability status • Provide individual support to district and schools

  37. Regional Title III County Office of EducationLead Network Serving Identified Local Educational Agencies • Region 6 – San Joaquin COE (Olivia Sosa) • Region 7 – Tulare COE (Laura Voshall, Laura Gonzalez) • Region 8 – Kern COE (Elva Hennessee) • Region 9 – San Diego COE (Antonio Mora) • Region 10 – Riverside COE (Maritza Rodriguez, Fermin Jaramillo) • Region 11 – LACOE (Magdalena Ruz-Gonzalez, Silvina Rubinstein) Region 1 – Sonoma COE (Annette Murray, ) Lake COE (Stephanie Wayment) , Mendocino (Nancy Rogers-Zegarra) Region 2 – Butte COE (Holly Ahmadi, RindyDeVoll) Region 3 – Sacramento COE (Jan Mayer) Region 4 – Contra Costa COE (Charlotte Ford), San Mateo COE (Denise Giacomini) Alameda COE (Cynthia Medina) Region 5 – Santa Clara COE (Yee Wan, Lorena Tariba)

  38. County Office of Education Leads Region 1Annette Murray Sonoma County Office of Education 707-524-2817, amurray@scoe.org Nancy Rogers-Zegarra Mendocino County Office of Education 707-467-5101, nrogers@mcoe.us Stephanie Wayment Lake County Office of Education 707-262-4163, swayment@lakecoe.org Region 2 Holly Ahmadi Butte County Office of Education 530-532-5713, hahmadi@bcoe.org RindyDeVoll Butte County Office of Education 530-532-5806, rdevoll@bcoe.org

  39. County Office of Education Leads Region 3 Jan Mayer Sacramento County Office of Education 916-228-2619, jmayer@scoe.net Region 4 Charlotte Ford Contra Costa County Office of Education, 925-942-3357, cford@cccoe.k12.ca.us Denise Giacomini San Mateo County Office of Education 650-802-5348, dsgiacomini@smcoe.k12.ca.us Cynthia Medina Alameda County Office of Education: 510-670-4549, cmedina@acoe.org

  40. County Office of Education Leads Region 5 Yee Wan Santa Clara County Office of Education 408-453-6825, yee_wan@sccoe.org Region 6 Olivia Sosa San Joaquin County Office of Education 209-468-4865, ososa@sjcoe.net Region 7 Guadalupe Solis Tulare County Office of Education 559-651-3831, gsolis@tcoe.org

  41. County Office of Education Leads Region 7 Laura A. Gonzalez Tulare County Office of Education 559-651-3046, laurag@ers.tcoe.org Laura Voshall Tulare County Office of Education 559-651-0516, laurav@ers.tcoe.org Region 8 Elva Hennessee Kern County Superintendent of Schools Office 661-636-4239, ehennessee@kern.org

  42. County Office of Education Leads Region 9 Antonio Mora San Diego County Office of Education 858-569-3114, amora@sdcoe.net Karla Groth San Diego County Office of Education 858-569-3104, kgroth@sdcoe.net Region 10 Maritza Rodriguez Riverside County Office of Education 951-826-6434, mrodriguez@rcoe.us Fermin Jaramillo San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools 909-386-2608, fermin_jaramillo@sbcss.k12.ca.us

  43. County Office of Education Leads Region 11 Magdalena Ruz-Gonzalez Los Angeles County Office of Education 562-922-6332, Ruz-Gonzalez_Magda@lacoe.edu Silvina Rubinstein Los Angeles County Office of Education 562-940-8817; 562-922-6291, rubinstein_silvina@lacoe.edu

  44. Accountability Requirements Information 2012 Title III Accountability Requirements http://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/el/t3/t3amao targets12.asp 2011–12 Title III Accountability Report Information Guide http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/ac/t3/

  45. Title III Accountability Requirements Contact Information Lilia G. Sánchez Bilingual/Migrant Education Programs Consultant 916-319-0265 lsanchez@cde.ca.gov LEAP-TitleIIIYear2@cde.ca.gov LEAP-TitleIIIYear4@cde.ca.gov

  46. Title III Program and FundingKaren Cadiero-Kaplan, DirectorEnglish Learner Support Division 46

  47. 2012–13 Sub-grantee Awards 2012–13 Title III, Part A per pupil amounts: Limited English Proficient (LEP): $106.02 Immigrant: $100.00 LEP Notification sent October via e-mail; Immigrant Notification targeted to be sent mid-November Spending authority as of July 1, 2012 47 47

  48. 2012–13 Immigrant Program Private School Participation Notification sent to local educational agencies (LEAs) via e-mail October Participating Private Schools: The California Department of Education’s (CDEs) Request for Applications Title III Immigrant Education Subgrant Program Web page at http://www.cde.ca.gov/fg/fo/r28/imm12rfa.asp The CDEs Title III Notice of Apportionments 2012–13 Web page at http://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/el/t3/tiiiapportnotify12.asp Memorandum of understanding (LEP and Immigrant): To be completed by October 31, 2012 48 48

  49. Maintenance of Effort Full allocation will be received only if expenditures of state and local funds for preceding fiscal year (FY) are at least 90 percent of expenditures for the second preceding fiscal year Maintenance of Effort (MOE) Failure: LEA allocations are reduced in exact proportion by which expenditures are below 90 percent level MOE requirement contact: Thi Huynh by phone at 916-322-4555 or by e-mail at thuynh@cde.ca.gov 49 49

  50. 2012–13 Allocation Amounts Funding amounts, including MOE reductions: LEP: The CDEs Request for Applications Title III LEP Student-Subgrant Program Web page at http://www.cde.ca.gov/fg/fo/r28/lep12rfa.asp Immigrant: The CDEs Request for Applications Title III Immigrant Education Subgrant Program Web page at http://www.cde.ca.gov/fg/fo/r28/imm12rfa.asp Direct funded, consortia, and private school directories: Title III Notice of Apportionments 2012–13 Web page at http://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/el/t3/tiiiapportnotify12.asp 50 50