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  • 1. making communities into classrooms Elliot Sanchez, CEO & Founder Elliot@mSchools.org
  • 2. a program to bring the best of blended learning to students in communities and schools
  • 3. Elliot Sanchez, CEO § Taught middle school math at Booker T. Washington Alternative Middle § Managed math programs for 700,000 students in Louisiana § Lead Alternative and CTE Portfolio for New Orleans’ Recovery School District § 2014 Forbes “30 Under 30” § Teach for America National Social Innovation Award
  • 4. 2 x –4=5
  • 5. Forget MATH
  • 6. Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study
  • 7. Low income = almost Slovakia
  • 8. Goal: Students perform at or above grade level in math by eighth grade Target: 68% of 8th graders earn Basic or above on LEAP by 2012 5,000 of Additional Students Students StudentsStudents Number of Additional ber of Additional of Additional Number Number of Additional Students 4,500 5,000 4,000 Goal: Students perform at or above grade level in math by eighth gradeBaseline Target: 68% of 8th graders earn Basic or above on LEAP by 2012 HSRP MSP Baseline 4,500 Goal: Students perform at or above grade level in math by eighth gradeENFA 8 3,500 Target: 68% of 8th graders earn Basic or above on LEAP by 2012 HSRP Goal: Students perform at or above grade level in math by eighth gradeTAP 4,000 5,000 3,000 MSP Target: 68% of 8th graders earn Basic or above on LEAP by 2012 Gap = 1,700 students in 2012 HPSI Goal: Students perform at or above grade level in math by eighth gradeBaseline ENFA 8 3,500 5,000 4,500 2,500 Ed Pipeline Target: 68% of 8th graders earn Basic or above on LEAP by 2012 HSRP TAP Baseline LSSI 3,000 4,500 4,000 2,000 5,000 MSP Gap = 1,700 students in 2012 HPSI HSRP HPHP Baseline ENFA 8 2,500 4,000 3,500 1,500 4,500 Ed Pipeline MSP CCLC Gap = 1,700 students in 2012 21st HSRP TAP 8 LSSI ENFA 2,000 3,500 3,000 1,000 4,000 CPMS MSP Gap = 1,700 students in 2012 HPSI HPHP TAP Trailblazers ENFA 8 1,500 3,000 2,500 500 3,500 Ed Pipeline 21stMS HPSICCLC RTI TAP LSSI 1,000 2,500 2,000 0 3,000 CPMS Ed Pipeline MS JAG HPSI HPHP 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 Trailblazers LSSI 500 2,000 1,500 Connections 2,500 Ed Pipeline 21stMS Current 62% RTI CCLC School Year HPHP LSSI 0 1,500 1,000 2,000 CPMS MS JAG 21stpg. 13 CCLC Superintendent’s  Delivery  Unit  |  Student-Centered Process Reform HPHP Gap = 1,700 students in 2012
  • 9. Goal: Students perform at or above grade level in math by eighth grade Target: 68% of 8th graders earn Basic or above on LEAP by 2012 5,000 Number of Additional Students 4,500 4,000 Gap = 1,700 students in 2012 3,500 3,000 2,500 2,000 1,500 1,000 500 0 2009-2010 Current 62% 2010-2011 School Year Superintendent’s  Delivery  Unit  |  Student-Centered Process Reform 2011-2012 Baseline HSRP MSP ENFA 8 TAP HPSI Ed Pipeline LSSI HPHP 21st CCLC CPMS Trailblazers RTI MS MS JAG Connections pg. 13
  • 10. Goal: Students perform at or above grade level in math by eighth grade Target: 68% of 8th graders earn Basic or above on LEAP by 2012 5,000 Number of Additional Students 4,500 4,000 Gap = 1,700 students in 2012 3,500 3,000 2,500 2,000 1,500 1,000 500 0 2009-2010 Current 62% 2010-2011 School Year Superintendent’s  Delivery  Unit  |  Student-Centered Process Reform 2011-2012 Baseline HSRP MSP ENFA 8 TAP HPSI Ed Pipeline LSSI HPHP 21st CCLC CPMS Trailblazers RTI MS MS JAG Connections pg. 13
  • 11. Q * R = Learning
  • 12. 10 * 1 = 10 Q * R = Learning
  • 13. 10 * 1 = 10 Q * R = Learning 5 * 5 = 25
  • 14. Goal: Students perform at or above grade level in math by eighth grade Target: 68% of 8th graders earn Basic or above on LEAP by 2012 5,000 of Additional Students Students StudentsStudents Number of Additional ber of Additional of Additional Number Number of Additional Students 4,500 5,000 4,000 Goal: Students perform at or above grade level in math by eighth gradeBaseline Target: 68% of 8th graders earn Basic or above on LEAP by 2012 HSRP MSP Baseline 4,500 Goal: Students perform at or above grade level in math by eighth gradeENFA 8 3,500 Target: 68% of 8th graders earn Basic or above on LEAP by 2012 HSRP Goal: Students perform at or above grade level in math by eighth gradeTAP 4,000 5,000 3,000 MSP Target: 68% of 8th graders earn Basic or above on LEAP by 2012 Gap = 1,700 students in 2012 HPSI Goal: Students perform at or above grade level in math by eighth gradeBaseline ENFA 8 3,500 5,000 4,500 2,500 Ed Pipeline Target: 68% of 8th graders earn Basic or above on LEAP by 2012 HSRP TAP Baseline LSSI 3,000 4,500 4,000 2,000 5,000 MSP Gap = 1,700 students in 2012 HPSI HSRP HPHP Baseline ENFA 8 2,500 4,000 3,500 1,500 4,500 Ed Pipeline MSP CCLC Gap = 1,700 students in 2012 21st HSRP TAP 8 LSSI ENFA 2,000 3,500 3,000 1,000 4,000 CPMS MSP Gap = 1,700 students in 2012 HPSI HPHP TAP Trailblazers ENFA 8 1,500 3,000 2,500 500 3,500 Ed Pipeline 21stMS HPSICCLC RTI TAP LSSI 1,000 2,500 2,000 0 3,000 CPMS Ed Pipeline MS JAG HPSI HPHP 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 Trailblazers LSSI 500 2,000 1,500 Connections 2,500 Ed Pipeline 21stMS Current 62% RTI CCLC School Year HPHP LSSI 0 1,500 1,000 2,000 CPMS MS JAG 21stpg. 13 CCLC Superintendent’s  Delivery  Unit  |  Student-Centered Process Reform HPHP Gap = 1,700 students in 2012
  • 15. Slow, Complex Setup Grade Level Grouping One Size Fits All
  • 16. Grade Level Grouping One Size Fits All
  • 17. One Size Fits All
  • 18. Pilot Student Results 2012 Mathematics (baseline) 2013 Mathematics (after mSchool) Scale score change mSchool student average 325.5 333.3 7.8 Control group average 315.4 297.2 -18.2 Observed difference 10.1 36.1 26 Observed difference (Scale Score) 26 Standard Deviation 50 Effect size (OD/SD) 0.52 Years of additional gain (0.52/0.27), Nationally normed1 1.9 mSchool Scale Score Avg. Effect (26.0) Supplemental use saw an average of 2.9 years of learning in 1 year Student data 2011/12 and 2012/13 Integrated Louisiana Assessment of Educational Progress State-administered NCLB accountability testing “The iLEAP tests were scaled so as to appear similar (in appearance) with the LEAP and GEE scaled score system, that is with a median of approximately 300 and a standard deviation of approximately 50. The lowest obtainable scaled score (LOSS) is 100, and the highest obtainable scaled score (HOSS) is 500 for all iLEAP test forms.” LA Dept of Ed
  • 19. National Recognition
  • 20. Community Requests
  • 21. Expansion Student Enrollments 400! 200! 0! Q1 2013! Q1 2014!
  • 22. making communities into classrooms

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