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Partnering To Improve Policy & Practice
Partnering To Improve Policy & Practice
Partnering To Improve Policy & Practice
Partnering To Improve Policy & Practice
Partnering To Improve Policy & Practice
Partnering To Improve Policy & Practice
Partnering To Improve Policy & Practice
Partnering To Improve Policy & Practice
Partnering To Improve Policy & Practice
Partnering To Improve Policy & Practice
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  • 1. PARTNERING TO IMPROVE POLICY & PRACTICE Jill L. Lindsey. PhD OERC Research Lead Wright State Univer sity M a k i n g R e s e a r c h Wo r k f o r E d u c a t i o n
  • 2. THE OHIO EDUCATION RESEARCH CENTER A collaborative of Ohio-based research universities and institutions Focused on a statewide research agenda Addressing critical issues of education practice and policy.
  • 3. IN THE KNOW, IN THE LOOP, INVOLVED! YOU are vital partners in this dynamic cycle of research and practice. 3
  • 4. “MANY CHANGES” PERFORMANCE PAY E-TESTING 4
  • 5. CHAOS OR COMPLEX SYSTEM 5
  • 6. THEORY OF ACTION STATE ADOPTS POLICIES STATE SETS STANDARDS & GUIDANCE DISTRICTS ALTER PRACTICE STUDENT PERFORMANCE IMPROVES 7
  • 7. POLICY LEVERS GOVERNANCE CENTRAL CONTROL FINANCE LOCAL CONTROL STATE FUNDING CURRICULUM STANDARDS EDUCATOR QUALITY LICENSURE ACCOUNTABILITY ENDORSEMENTS GRANTS PUBLIC REPORTING EVALUATION/SGM REWARDS/SANCTIONS ASSESSMENTS Student Growth Measures (SGM) Student Learning Objectives 8
  • 8. EXAMPLES OF CURRENT OERC RESEARCH  District-level Governance – RttT Transformation Teams  Finance – Ohio Network for Transformation, Teacher Supply and Demand  Curriculum & Assessment – Future Ready Students, Reducing the Need for College Remediation, 2 STEM studies, Student Growth Measures  Educator Quality - TeachOhio, Principal Mentoring, Teacher Prep Program Impacts, OPES/OTES Implementation  Accountability – Principal and Teacher Evaluation using Student Growth Measures, SGM Policy & Practice 9
  • 9. HOW YOU CAN GET INVOLVED! Next 3 minutes Next 3 days Next 3 months •Volunteer to be a Process Monitor for an OERC conference session •Attend OERC conference sessions and participate in the dialogue •Visit the OERC website to read about OERC studies and events •Participate in OERC research when asked • Identify exemplary practices the OERC could investigate • Engage in online dialogue about education in Ohio 10
  • 10. WEBSITE www.oerc.osu.edu 11
  • 11. COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH HELPS ALL OF US STAY IN THE KNOW, IN THE LOOP, AND INVOLVED. connect@oerc.osu.edu | oerc.osu.edu

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