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Priority Schools / Turnaround Principles

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  1. Priority Schools / Turnaround Principles ESEA Directors Institute October 2014

  2. Federal Turnaround Principles

  3. Turnaround Is… • An about face • The right people on the bus • Leaders • Teachers • Staff • Time well spent with students • Adequate financial resources

  4. Turnaround is Not… • Checking the boxes • A one-time solution • Repackaging old initiatives/efforts • Initiative/program of the month

  5. Present - Turnaround in SIG Cohort 2 and 3 schools

  6. Future Turnaround Priority Schools • Schools in the lowest 5% of all Tennessee schools. • Eighty-five (85) schools in 6 districts • Achievement School District (ASD) • Davidson • Hamilton • Knox • Jackson Madison • Shelby

  7. ESEA Waiver – Four Interventions forPriority Schools • Enter the Achievement School District (ASD) • Enter an LEA Innovation Zone (iZone) • Apply and be approved for the School Improvement Grant • Under go an LEA-led school turnaround planning process

  8. ESEA – Turnaround Principles • “All priority schools, including those in the ASD and LEA innovation zones are required to implement interventions that align directly with turnaround principles and/or the School Improvement Grant turnaround models.” ESEA Waiver

  9. Turnaround Principles • Strong Leadership • Effective Teachers • Additional Time for Student and Adult Learning • Strong Instructional Program • Use of Data to Drive Instruction • Secure School Environment • Ongoing Mechanisms for Family and Community Engagement

  10. Strong Leadership • Do now • Could do

  11. Effective Teachers • Do now • Could do

  12. Additional Time for Student and Adult Learning • Do now • Could do

  13. Strong Instructional Program • Do now • Could do

  14. Use of Data to Drive Instruction • Do now • Could do

  15. Secure School Environment • Do now • Could do

  16. Ongoing Mechanisms forFamily and Community Engagement • Do now • Could do

  17. Questions / Additional Notes

  18. FRAUD, WASTE or ABUSE Citizens and agencies are encouraged to report fraud, waste or abuse in State and Local government. NOTICE: This agency is a recipient of taxpayer funding. If you observe an agency director or employee engaging in any activity which you consider to be illegal, improper or wasteful, please call the state Comptroller’s toll-free Hotline: 1-800-232-5454 Notifications can also be submitted electronically at: http://www.comptroller.tn.gov/hotline