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  1. ALTERNATIVE GOVERNANCE CONTINGENCY PLAN RESTRUCTURING I & II SCHOOLS Thomas LewisPhyllis MartinezNew Mexico Public Education DepartmentPriority Schools BureauSeptember 20, 2006

  2. RI and RII Schools are required to develop an Alternative Governance Contingency Plan Plans: • Submitted by the LEA • By December 2, 2006 • Approved by NM PED Secretary of Education • For implementation in 2007-2008

  3. OBTAIN INPUT from PARENTS and EDUCATORSper No Child Left Behind & NM PED …to the extent practicable, in a language the parents can understand • Encourage parents and educators to participate in determining the Alternative Governance to address the academic issues that caused the school to be low achieving.

  4. SCHOOL SUPPORT TEAMSper NCLB Engage school support teams that “shall be composed of persons knowledgeable about scientifically based research and practice on teaching and learning and about successful school wide projects, school reform, and improving educational opportunities for low-achieving students, including—”

  5. PROCESS • Assemble a team • Review the data • Identify targets for improvement • Identify Best Practices and alternatives • Determine costs, resources, timelines, & measurements

  6. Alternative Governance Arrangement per NCLB Action #1 Replace all or most of staff (which may include the principal) who are relevant to the failure to make Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP).

  7. Alternative Governance arrangement per NCLB Action #2 Enter into a contract with another organization (excluding private entities per NMSA 22-2C-7K) with a demonstrated record of effectiveness, to operate the school. Appoint an outside expert to advise the public school

  8. Alternative Governance arrangement per NCLB Action #3 Turn over the operation of the school to the state, if the state agrees.

  9. Alternative Governance arrangement per NCLB Action #4 Major restructuring of a school’s governance arrangement that makes fundamental reforms, such as significant changes in the schools staffing and governance… A. Extend the school day or year B. Change the public school’s internal organizational structure.

  10. WARNING LABEL: • A cardboard car sunshield that keeps sun off the dashboard warns, "Do not drive with sunshield in place.“ • A warning label found on a baby stroller cautions the user: "Remove child before folding.“ • A warning on an electric router made for carpenters cautions, "This product not intended for use as a dental drill.“ • A cartridge for a laser printer warns, "Do not eat toner."

  11. Item 1 from the AGP Template • Please describe briefly which restructuring action the LEA will be implementing during the 2007-2008 school year. • This is where you select your Alternative Governance Arrangements 1-4 or a combination of arrangement. • This must be a collaborative effort.

  12. Item 1 from the AGP TemplateExamples: • 1. Staff Development • 2. Scheduling • 3. Budget • 4. Monitor Performance Results. • 5. Any Other Major Issues

  13. Item 2 from the AGP Template “Please explain how this action will increase student achievement in areas currently identified as not meeting adequate yearly progress. Include how the action will be measured and evaluated.”

  14. Item 2 (Cont.) 1.Identify areas not meeting Adequate Yearly Progress. 2. Alternative GovernanceArrangement selected: • How will this action make a difference? • How will it be measured and evaluated?

  15. Item 2 from the AGP Template • Make Sure Item 2 Aligns With #1. • Make Sure This Item Evaluates and Assess What You are Doing • Examples: • Short Cycle Assessments in Areas of Concern • Student Attendance Rates • Walkthrough/Evaluations • Number of Students Working With Mentors

  16. Item 3 from the AGP Template Please attach the notices and documentation provided to parents and educators regarding the restructuring status of the school and the opportunity for comments by educators and parents.

  17. Item 4 from the AGP Template Describe how educators and parents equitably participated in developing the Alternative Governance Planning for Contingency Plan.

  18. Item 4 from the AGP Template • Interventions: • Staff Reassignment to different grade levels. • Professional Development • Student Data Used • Teacher Surveys • Assessment Information • Recognition and Incentives • $500 per Teacher for 10% Increase

  19. Item 5 from the AGP Template Attach documentation to support that development of this plan occurred with input from an equitable representation of stakeholders.

  20. Item 6 from the AGP Template Attach documentation or detailed information to explain the steps to be taken to provide district educational services to those students who will be impacted by the restructuring of the school, should that occur.

  21. Item 7 from the AGP Template Provide detailed information AND describe the specific impact pertaining to: • school budget, • transportation, and • supplemental educational services, as each relates to the proposed restructuring actions.

  22. TECHNICAL ASSISTANCEmay include • Analysis of data from assessments • Identification and recommendations of solutions for instructional difficulties. • Suggestions for addressing parental involvement requirements.

  23. Questions?

  24. Priority Schools Bureau • NAME PHONE EMAIL • Larry Bemesderfer 827-6798 LarryP.Bemesderfer@state.nm.us • Carol Carpenter 827-8009 Carol.Carpenter@state.nm.us • Cynthia Cantou-Clarke, Ph.D. • 827-8066 Cynthia.Cantouclark@state.nm.us • Thomas Lewis 827-8006 Thomas.Lewis@state.nm.us • Brenda Lyle-Gray 827-6417 Brenda.Gray@state.nm.us • Juleann Martinez 827-6462 Juleann.Martinez@state.nm.us • Phyllis Martinez 827-6555 Phyllis.Martinez@state.nm.us • Marcy Pompei 827-3835 Marcy.Pompei@state.nm.us • Jennifer Salle 827-6632 JenniferL.Sallee@state.nm.us • Susan Shapero 827-8005 Susan.Shapero@state.nm.us • Sally Wilkinson 827-6420 Sally.Wilkinson@state.nm.us

  25. Priority Schools Bureau • NAME PHONE EMAIL • Larry Bemesderfer 827-6798 LarryP.Bemesderfer@state.nm.us • Carol Carpenter 827-8009 Carol.Carpenter@state.nm.us • Cynthia Cantou Clarke, Ph.D. 827-8066 Cynthia.Cantouclark@state.nm.us • Thomas Lewis 827-8006 Thomas.Lewis@state.nm.us • Brenda Lyle-Gray 827-6417 Brenda.Gray@state.nm.us • Juleann Martinez 827-6462 Juleann.Martinez@state.nm.us • Phyllis Martinez 827-6555 Phyllis.Martinez@state.nm.us • Marcy Pompei 827-3835 Marcy.Pompei@state.nm.us • Jennifer Salle 827-6632 JenniferL.Sallee@state.nm.us • Susan Shapero 827-8005 Susan.Shapero@state.nm.us • Sally Wilkinson 827-6420 Sally.Wilkinson@state.nm.us