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  • September 2009
  • September 2009

SSOS & Roundtables SSOS & Roundtables Presentation Transcript

  • The Statewide System of Support &Regional Roundtables
  • State Board of Education Regional Map 2
  • Regional Lead and Regional RoundtableAnalyze Impact of all current initiatives underway in each LEA in the regionAnalyze Trends and common needs across each regionFacilitate and Coordinate technical assistance provided for the districts and schools (extra focus on RttT and Title I)Monitor Progress to achieve priority objectivesInterface with Agency Roundtable to ensure effective lines of communication between the field and the agency. 3
  • Regional Roundtable Membership andSupport 4
  • Agency Roundtable Collaborate in cross-divisional discussions and take action(s) necessary to achieve objectives. Target available resources to identified needs. Analyze current initiatives being provided to the regions by the agency, including support for Race to the Top. Identify gaps and redundancies. Monitor progress for achieving priority objectives.
  • Strategic Statewide Roundtable System of (State Superintendent & Senior Leadership) Support initiatives based on SBE Goals or Title I Services RttT priority LEA Needs Strategic Agency out c roll Roundtable StrategiRegion 1: (NC DPI Division Directors) Region 8: edsRoundtable LE A Ne Roundtable Region 2: Region 7: Roundtable Roundtable Region 3: Region 4: Region 5: Region 6: Roundtable Roundtable Roundtable Roundtable
  • What Can LEAs Expect From Regional Lead and Regional Roundtable Members? Targeted Support for LEAs with special attention to Title 1 schools and districts Enhanced Communication with DPI Regional Staff, plus a “feedback loop” for sharing information back to the Agency Timely Customer Service 7
  • What Can LEAs Expect From Regional Lead and Regional Roundtable Members?Alignment of Services to NeedsDissemination of Information re: Resources(including DPI Services and External ProviderServices)Race to the Top Training, Guidance &Support 8
  • NC Race to the Top Priorities• Great Teachers and Leaders – Implementing the statewide teacher and principal evaluation systems – Providing programs to strengthen staffing in low-performing schools and schools with limited offerings – Expanding recruitment in specific areas of need – Identifying, developing, and supporting effective leaders 9
  • NC Race to the Top priorities• Standards and Assessments – Transitioning to new standards – Monitoring curriculum – Utilizing benchmark and diagnostic assessment systems• Systems to Support Instruction – Increasing the use of data for decision making and continuous improvement 10
  • NC Race to the Top Priorities• Turning around low-performing schools –Building local capacity –Customizing approaches to local settings and needs
  • Regional Lead TeamRL Coordinator: Michael HickmanRegion 1: Tamara Berman-Ishee Region 2: Sherry Broome Regions 3 & 4: James CoonRegion 5: Fran Harris-Burke Region 6: Terry Cline Regions 7 & 8: Jan King 12
  • NC’s Race to the Top“It won’t matter where they live; it won’t matter what their school looks like; it won’t matter what their parents do for a living. What will matter is that North Carolina leaders have joined together to support the best and most innovative approaches to public education this state has seen in a decade.” -Governor Bev Perdue 13
  • Please Note:• “The digital tools used during the course of the NCDPI Summer Institute 2012 have been helpful to some educators across the state. However, due to the rapidly changing digital environment, NCDPI does not represent nor endorse that these tools are the exclusive digital tools for the purposes outlined during the Summer Institute.”• “The digital tools used during the course of the NCDPI RESA trainings have been helpful to some educators across the state. However, due to the rapidly changing digital environment, NCDPI does not represent nor endorse that these tools are the exclusive digital tools for the purposes outlined during the RESA trainings.”