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Board Policies and School Handbooks- - Checking for Barriers (That Might Impede Full, Effective Implementation of School Improvement Grants) School Level Application . Christie Lentz Consultant School Improvement Application Workshop April 27, 2010.
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Board Policies and School Handbooks- - Checking for Barriers (That Might Impede Full, Effective Implementation of School Improvement Grants) School Level Application Christie Lentz Consultant School Improvement Application Workshop April 27, 2010

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Tennessee State Board of Education Frequently Asked Questions Elementary and optional instruction in Tennessee is administered by Federal law , Tennessee statutes , State Board of Education Rules and strategies of neighborhood training offices (LEAs).  Most state statutes representing instruction are contained in Title 49.  The State Board of Education is the overseeing and arrangement making body for the Tennessee arrangement of open rudimentary and auxiliary education.  The Board additionally facilitates its endeavors with the State Department of Education, which actualizes law and approaches set up by the General Assembly and the Board.

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Tennessee State Board of Education Frequently Asked Questions Cont\'d. In spite of the fact that the State Department of Education has some administrative power over nearby training organizations with respect to specific issues, most issues identified with basic and auxiliary instruction are under the power of neighborhood school systems.  Pursuant to TCA Section 49-2-203, a neighborhood leading group of training has the power to "manage and control every single government funded school set up or that might be set up under its jurisdiction." 

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Part II. LEA Application—page L-1 A. Affirmations The LEA must guarantee that it will- - 2) Modify its practices and strategies as important to empower its schools to actualize the intercessions completely and viably [Assurance that gets the marks of Director of Schools and Board Chair on L-2]

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IV. LEA Descriptive Information page L-13 (Board Policies) The LEA must portray moves it has made, or will take, to d) Modify its practices or strategies, if essential, to empower its schools to actualize the intercessions completely and viably.

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IV. LEA Descriptive Information page L-13 (Board Policies) Cont\'d. The LEA will give: Name of School Improvement Grant Coordinator or other individual who will address approach and procedural obstructions all through the execution of the award. (This duty will be incorporated into the parts of the SIG Coordinator p. L-14.); Date of survey and status of LEA board strategy; Date of audit and status of LEA practices or strategies;

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IV. LEA Descriptive Information page L-13 (Board Policies) Cont\'d. Date of audit and status of handbooks of schools getting SIG stores; The LEA should portray topic(s) requiring change and current advancement of these alterations. [Appendix B Scoring Rubric-page 4 Question 13]

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Examples of Potential SIG Barriers Operational adaptability to actualize the award, i.e., time in school day, date-book, contracting rehearses, money related (acquirement/conveyance of merchandise), and so forth. Enrollment, choice, and maintenance of brilliant staff Access to work with information and its utilization Acceptance ("Buy in") of staff and group

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at all levels to eliminate/minimize boundaries Communication

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In the occasion an obstruction gets to be obvious amid the execution of the award, it will be tended to at a breakthrough meeting with area staff.

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School Level Application VII. School Level Descriptive Information

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VII. School Level Descriptive Information pages L-19- - L-20 This area must be submitted electronically for every individual school that will be served by school change stores. The electronic document with the school level illustrative data must contain the LEA name and the school name. Alert: Please take consideration to finish the right things for the status of that particular school.

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VII. School Level Descriptive Information pages L-19- - L-20 Cont\'d. Name of School: _____________ Principal Name for SY10-11:___________ (mark TBD if obscure as of now)  Tier: I II III (Please check proper level)

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VII. School Level Descriptive Information pages L-19- - L-20 Cont\'d. Requirements of School : All and disaggregated Student Achievement Data (Insert latest TSIP information, not AYP information, for math, perusing/dialect expressions, graduation or participation rate by all understudies and subgroups)(copy and glue information into the container):

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VII. School Level Descriptive Information pages L-19- - L-20 Cont\'d. School Achievement and Goals for different Indicators: Attach an electronic duplicate of your TSIP Action Plan ( Component 4 ) to your application. Informative supplement C—Template for Component 4 Professional Development: Each school must incorporate at least 30% of the award reserves for progressing proficient improvement including work implanted preparing intended to fabricate limit and backing staff.  This incorporates education preparing for the staff unless the school shows capability around there. Give your school\'s PD arrangement including points and anticipated dates.

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VII. School Level Descriptive Information pages L-19- - L-20 Cont\'d. Level I and Tier II school just—1) Intervention Model (of the 4 reasonable) 2) Responses to Questions in Appendix F in regards to Intervention Model Selection (number of inquiries to be addressed differ with mediation model. All inquiries for intercession model picked must be replied in boxes gave. 3) Rationale for determination of intercession model

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Appendix F Tennessee Pyramid of Interventions/Model Questions for choice of an Intervention for Tier I and Tier II schools as it were. If you don\'t mind allude to VII. School Level Descriptive Information EXCERT from Handbook on Effective Implementation of School Improvement Grants, Center on Innovation & Improvement The Turnaround Model The LEA replaces the essential (in spite of the fact that the LEA may hold an as of late procured key where a turnaround, restart, or change was organized in recent years) and rehiring close to half of the staff; gives more noteworthy primary independence; actualizes other endorsed and suggested systems. 1. By what means will the LEA select another pioneer for the school, and what experience, preparing, and aptitudes will the new pioneer be relied upon to have? 2. By what means will the LEA relegate powerful instructors and pioneers to the most minimal accomplishing schools? 3. By what means will the LEA start to build up a pipeline of viable instructors and pioneers to work in turnaround schools?

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VII. School Level Descriptive Information pages L-19- - L-20 Cont\'d. Restoration Schools just—( Schools in Corrective Action or Restructuring I that are not in Tier I) 1) Intervention ( Must embrace a Whole School Reform Model- - a demonstrated model for limit building and transformational change in the school SDE will give the accompanying to help with determination of a model: a) a rundown of state-endorsed sellers on the state site and b) preparing to help with an information driven choice process and to provide case of Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) to use in contracting with the merchant. 2) Rationale for picking mediation from the merchant list

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VII. School Level Descriptive Information pages L-19- - L-20 Cont\'d. Level III Focus Schools just—( Title I schools in School Improvement I or II) Intervention exercises the school will actualize Exemplary Educators and STATS will be given to recognize needs and execute change to effect understudy accomplishment emphatically.

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VII. School Level Descriptive Information pages L-19- - L-20 Cont\'d. Level I, Tier II, or Tier III Schools— Description of usage arrangement with quarterly point of reference objectives for every year and 3 year course of events [Appendix B Scoring Rubric-page 5 and 6 School Section Questions 1-10]

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Tennessee SIG Timeline page L-3 EVENT Applications due to the SDE Grants explored and assessed Grant honor warning letters sent to LEAs Grant recompenses presented on state site Implementation Year I Milestone Visits Evaluation of Year 1 for Year 2 subsidizing by SDE LEA accommodation of redesigned spending plan/stipend for Year 2/3 New 2011-12 Tier 1, 2, 3 schools recognized and start of new allow cycle (while proceeding with earlier concede cycle). A school may just be in one gift cycle. DATE June 2, 2010 June 7-18, 2010 June 21-July 1, 2010 July 1, 2010 School Year 2010-11 Sept 2010, Jan 2011 Mar 2011, May 2011 May-June 2011(dependent on understudy achievement information and SIG pointers) July 2011 Aug 2011, May 2012

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School Improvement Application Location on the TDOE Website (posted 4/22/10)— Federal Programs: Title I, Part A-School Improvement Funds http://www.state.tn.us/instruction/fedprog/fpschlimprove.shtml LEA Application - Documents to be Submitted LEA Application: For Review and Submission Appendix J - External Providers Form Appendix K - Budget Spreadsheet [being balanced with the goal that one submitted per LEA] School Level Application for every school [Template in application and is being added to website] LEA Application - Documents to be Used in the Completion of the Application Appendix A - Tier I, II, and III Schools (Determined in 2009-2010) Appendix B - Title I School Improvement Grant Rubric 2010-2011 Appendix C - Tennessee School Improvement Planning Process, Component 4 Appendix D - What Is A Good School? Appendix E - School Improvement Grant Final Requirements Appendix F - Tennessee Pyramid of Interventions and Model Questions Appendix G - Framework for TCSPP Component 5 Appendix H - TCSPP 2008 Rating Sheet Appendix I - TSIP Planning Rubric

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SIG Application Submission June 2 due date Electronic application (LEA application, Appendix J, Appendix K, School bit for every school that the LEA arrangements to present with SI reserves) messaged to Jacqueline.M.Moore@tn.gov Only paper submitted—pages L-1 and L-2- - Assurances with beginning

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