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  • 1. Strategic Planning
    • State Comprehensive Plan - 187.201, FS
      • Education – 15 policies
      • K-12 – 18 policies
      • Postsecondary – 12 policies
      • Career Ed. – 5 policies
    • CEPRI (formerly PEPC) – prepare master plan for education 229.0031(4)(c), FS
    • K-20 Strategic Plan – 229.007, FS
    • SUS Strategic Plan developed after consultation with university Presidents – 240.209, FS
    • Community Colleges required to develop an Agency Strategic Plan – 240.324, FS.
  • 2. Strategic Planning (continued)
    • 6. Long Range Program Plan (LRPP) - 216.013, FS
      • Agencies develop plans using programs, services, activities and performance measures approved by the Office of Policy and Budget and legislative appropriations staff – LRPP instructions June 2001
    • 7. Performance Based Budgeting – 117 measures for K-20 in the General Appropriations Act Implementing Bill
    • 8. SUS Accountability Process – 240.214, FS
    • 9. Community College Accountability Process – 240.324, FS
  • 3. Strategic Planning K-20 Strategic Plan, 229.007, FS Sector 15 overall policies plus 5 policies for Career Education LRPP and SUS Strategic Plan, after consultation with Presidents LRPP LRPP Strategic Plan Yes Yes Yes Yes CEPRI Master Plan 12 policies 18 policies State Comprehensive Plan Independent SUS Com.Col. K-12 Item
  • 4. Strategic Planning (continued) Sector Agencies develop plans using programs, services, activities and performance measures approved by Governor’s Office and Legislative Staff Long Range Program Plan 229.007 and 240.214, FS 229.007 and 240.324, FS 229.007, FS Accountability Workforce Development – 12 measures PEPC – 1 measure Financial Aid Program – 8 measures Vocational Rehabilitation Program – 15 measures Blind Services Program – 17 measures 12 measures 25 measures 18 measures 9 measures Performance Based Budgeting in Implementing Bill of General Appropriations Act Independent SUS Com.Col. K-12 Item
  • 5. STRATEGIC PLANNING GUIDELINES
    • Keep at high level - STRATEGIC
    • Guide action
    • Easy to communicate and understand
    • Adhere to three R’s
      • Relevant, Responsible, Realistic
  • 6. Strategic planning is not an event or a product, it is a process that leads people to accomplish their goals.
  • 7. STRATEGIC PLANNING
    • PROCESS
    • Format, Timeline, Facilitation, Input, Deployment, and Monitoring
    • CONTENT
    • Mission, Goals, Objectives, Measures,
    • Resources and Deployment
  • 8. KEY QUESTIONS
    • What is important?
    • Where are we now?
    • Assess performance
    • Where do we want to be?
    • Goals and objectives
    • How do we get there?
    • Strategies and resources
  • 9. PROCESS STEPS
    • Review existing plans
    • Review statutory framework
    • Identify major goal areas
    • Review other efforts K-20
    • Brainstorming what could be
    • Developing drafts
    • Receiving input
    • Monitoring performance and revising
  • 10. TIMELINE
    • September – Basics of current plans
    • October – Developing ideas
    • November – Receiving Input and refinement
    • December – Finalize plan
  • 11. STRATEGIC PLANNING FORMAT RESOURCES MEASURES OBJECTIVES GOALS
  • 12. Deployment and Monitoring
    • Organize DOE to implement strategic plan
    • Identify activities, responsibilities, timelines, and resources to meet goals
    • Ensure processes support plan
    • Implement internal accountability based on performance measurement
    • Regularly assess progress
  • 13. Florida’s Statutory K-20 Accountability Framework
    • Student FCAT performance and annual learning gains
    • Number and percentage of schools that improve at least one school performance grade designation or maintain a school performance designation of “A”
    • Graduation or completion rates at all learning levels
    Highest Student Achievement Measures Goals
  • 14.
    • Percentage of students who demonstrate readiness for the educational level they are entering
    • Number and percentage of students needing remediation
    • Percentage of Floridians who complete associate, baccalaureate, professional, and postgraduate degrees
    • Number and percentage of credits that articulate
    • Extent to which each set of exit-point requirements matches the next set of entrance-point requirements
    Seamless Articulation and Maximum Access Measures Goals
  • 15.
    • Number and percentage of graduates employed in their areas of preparation
    • Percentage of Floridians with high school diplomas and postsecondary education credentials
    • Percentage of business and community members who find that Florida’s graduates possess the skills they need
    Skilled Workforce and Economic Development Measures Goals
  • 16.
    • Cost per completer or graduate
    • Average cost per noncompleter at each educational level
    • Cost disparity across institutions offering the same degrees
    • Percentage of customers at each educational level who are satisfied with the education provided
    Quality Efficient Services Measures Goals
  • 17. Highest Student Achievement
    • Student FCAT performance and annual learning gains
    • School Grades
    • Graduation or completion rates at all learning levels
    • Each student will be assured an equal opportunity to attain the highest levels of educational achievement, and prepare to successfully participate in the workforce and pursue postsecondary education.
    • Employees throughout the state’s educational system will perform at the highest levels of effectiveness and efficiency and will understand how their jobs support high student achievement.
    • All students will be provided equal enrollment access and resources to attend the school which will most effectively and efficiently meet their educational needs.
    • Florida’s students will have a safe and secure place in which to learn.
    Measures Public Schools
  • 18. Highest Student Achievement
    • Student FCAT performance and annual learning gains
    • School Grades
    • Graduation or completion rates at all learning levels
    • Strengthen the quality of programs and curricula among the community colleges.
    • Strengthen the human resources of the community colleges.
    Measures Community Colleges
  • 19. Highest Student Achievement
    • Student FCAT performance and annual learning gains
    • School Grades
    • Graduation or completion rates at all learning levels
    • To improve the quality of undergraduate education
    • To increase degree production at all levels
    • To enhance graduate education and research
    • To increase on-campus residential opportunities for undergraduate students.
    Measures Colleges and Universities
  • 20. Seamless Articulation and Maximum Access
    • % of students who demonstrate readiness for the educational level they are entering
    • # and % of students needing remediation
    • % of Floridians who complete degrees
    • # and % of credits that articulate
    • Extent to which each set of exit-point requirements matches the next set of entrance-point requirements
    Measures Public Schools
  • 21. Seamless Articulation and Maximum Access
    • % of students who demonstrate readiness for the educational level they are entering
    • # and % of students needing remediation
    • % of Floridians who complete degrees
    • # and % of credits that articulate
    • Extent to which each set of exit-point requirements matches the next set of entrance-point requirements
    • Preserve open access and increase student success in community college programs
    • Strengthen articulation, cooperation and collaboration among public schools, community colleges, the State University System, private colleges and other institutions.
    Measures Community Colleges
  • 22. Seamless Articulation and Maximum Access
    • % of students who demonstrate readiness for the educational level they are entering
    • # and % of students needing remediation
    • % of Floridians who complete degrees
    • # and % of credits that articulate
    • Extent to which each set of exit-point requirements matches the next set of entrance-point requirements
    • To provide adequate access to undergraduate and graduate education
    • To provide accessibility to state university programs and services for all students
    Measures Colleges and Universities
  • 23. Skilled Workforce and Economic Development
    • Number and percentage of graduates employed in their areas of preparation
    • Percentage of Floridians with high school diplomas and postsecondary education credentials
    • Percentage of business and community members who find that Florida’s graduates possess the skills they need
    Measures Public Schools
  • 24. Skilled Workforce and Economic Development
    • Number and percentage of graduates employed in their areas of preparation
    • Percentage of Floridians with high school diplomas and postsecondary education credentials
    • Percentage of business and community members who find that Florida’s graduates possess the skills they need
    • Renew Florida's commitment to community college education by strengthening the long-term fiscal stability of the system and providing support for an increasingly diverse population.
    Measures Community Colleges
  • 25. Skilled Workforce and Economic Development
    • Number and percentage of graduates employed in their areas of preparation
    • Percentage of Floridians with high school diplomas and postsecondary education credentials
    • Percentage of business and community members who find that Florida’s graduates possess the skills they need
    • To enhance public education at all levels
    • To broaden education, research, and advisement support through the use of information technology
    Measures Colleges and Universities
  • 26. Quality Efficient Services
    • Cost per completer or graduate
    • Average cost per noncompleter at each educational level
    • Cost disparity across institutions offering the same degrees
    • Percentage of customers at each educational level who are satisfied with the education provided
    • Partnerships will be developed among state, district, school, parent/family, and community resources to encourage and assure that all groups work to improve student achievement and promote a safe learning environment.
    • Control and decision-making authority critical to the effective and efficient delivery of educational programs will be retained, to the greatest possible degree, at the level closest to the learner.
    • The education system in Florida will use an integrated management system to ensure that all resources effectively and efficiently promote highest student achievement and a safe and secure learning environment.
    Measures Public Schools
  • 27. Quality Efficient Services
    • Cost per completer or graduate
    • Average cost per noncompleter at each educational level
    • Cost disparity across institutions offering the same degrees
    • Percentage of customers at each educational level who are satisfied with the education provided
    • Establish partnerships at the state and local level to support broad-based, multilateral economic development initiatives and strategies.
    • Strengthen the utilization of technology to support contemporary standards and future applications in academic computing technologies, administrative computing systems, and educational telecommunications.
    • Strengthen and provide leadership in institutional effectiveness, accountability and local control.
    Measures Community Colleges
  • 28. Quality Efficient Services
    • Cost per completer or graduate
    • Average cost per noncompleter at each educational level
    • Cost disparity across institutions offering the same degrees
    • Percentage of customers at each educational level who are satisfied with the education provided
    • To solve critical problems in Florida
    • To enhance public-private partnerships to preserve and improve quality within the SUS, and to better serve Florida business, industry and government
    • To develop and implement creative and cost-effective programs to; increase efficiency without sacrificing quality
    • To establish a stable, reliable source of state funding
    Measures Colleges and Universities