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EdisonLearning® School Designs                       A comprehensive approach                        Introduction         ...
What We DoEdisonLearning works with school leaders and communities to provideinnovative achievement solutions that inspire...
Our MissionTo provide innovative achievement solutions that deliver consistentlysuperior improvements in student learning....
Our Focus                           A belief that every child can learn            Partnership               Results for t...
Nearly Two Decades of Driving Student Achievement20081992      EdisonLearning is founded as “The Edison as the company    ...
The Future of Innovation  What’s next for EdisonLearning?Truly “hybrid” online experiences      Learning Force expansion: ...
EdisonLearning Solutions An extensive portfolio of end-to-end achievement solutions that inspires all students to think, l...
A Continuum of Services to Meet Your K-12 Needs                  © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved   8
EdisonLearning® School Designs    EdisonLearning School Designs is comprehensive   approach to education, one that address...
School Designs is…ComprehensiveA meticulous educational approach is complemented by strategic involvement of family andcom...
EdisonLearning Four Cornerstones™ PhilosophyThe foundation of EdisonLearning’s approach to educationThe Four Cornerstones ...
Implementation                     EdisonLearning works with you to ensure that the                     school we create t...
Top Talent•    Effective school leadership team identified with clear roles and     responsibilities. Includes Principal, ...
School Leadership Staffing Model   The EdisonLearning leadership staffing model is a “distributed leadershipmodel” with de...
Professional DevelopmentBuilding Strong LeadersHigh-performing principals and leadteachers excel as instructional leaders,...
Leadership Conferences   EdisonLearning’s Professional Development program is highlighted by an          array ofnational ...
Culture of Engagement and    Aspiration•    A smaller learning community creates greater intimacy and better     communica...
Unique School Structure   Academy   Grade level groupings create a “schools within a schools.”•Each Academy runs for eithe...
Eight Core Values™                           Eight Core Values                           EdisonLearning’s Eight Core Value...
EdisonLearning College NEXT!™   EdisonLearning’s College NEXT! Program is designed to helpprepare all students with the sk...
Demanding Content and Customized    Instruction•   Core academic program is implemented with identified intervention    pr...
Response to Intervention                                                                          Tier IIIStep 1      Teac...
Longer School Day   “I feel that my daughter is getting a much better education at   Park-Edison. The longer school day, a...
Achievement-Driven Management•    School uses EdisonLearning’s student achievement plan or local district’s     template f...
Progress Monitoring                                   Identify Strengths             Diagnose                            ...
Sample Dashboard Client Dashboard December 2008         Perry Township            Category                   Measure - CTQ...
EdisonLearning eValuate™  Various reports are accessible instantaneously through eValuate.• Reports are available at the s...
Frequency                                          Reliability                                          Expertise“eValuate...
What’s in it for You?
School DesignsWhat’s in it for Students and Families?• A school committed to their success.• A learning environment that c...
School DesignsWhat’s in it for Teachers?• Opportunity to succeed in making a difference for the neediest kids and for maki...
School Designs   What’s in it for Principals?• Control of their school: authority to go with   responsibility• Opportunity...
School Designs  What’s In It for Our Board Partners?• A quality school• An accountable partner• A track record of success•...
A Proven Model © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved   34
School Designs    Charters and Contract Schools    EdisonLearning serves clients in the independent charter, district char...
Parent SatisfactionAccording to a recent U.S. Department of Educationreport, "thirty years of research shows that greater ...
Teacher SatisfactionTeacher satisfaction is high at our partner               “What impresses me most about working atscho...
Proven Results…                                            ReadingIn our most recent school year,students in EdisonLearnin...
Closing the Achievement GapThe solutions EdisonLearning offers districts and schools are designed to take advantage of wha...
State Level AchievementReading GainsIn key EdisonLearning states, our partnerships make a difference for students.        ...
State Level AchievementMath GainsIn key EdisonLearning states, our partnerships make a difference for students.           ...
…and Valid Results                                                                   The RAND ReportThe RAND Corporation a...
Next StepsCopyright © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved.   43
Partnership Timeline•   Placeholder slide for custom timeline                                 © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. ...
EdisonLearning in Action Copyright © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved.                                       ...
Partnership ProfileSan Jose-Edison AcademySince its inception, San Jose-Edison Academy has                   We won’t stop...
Partnership ProfileLincoln Charter SchoolIn 1999, the School District of the City of York in Pennsylvania was struggling w...
Partnership ProfileLas Vegas                                                                      EdisonLearning Las Vegas...
Serving the LEP and FRL PopulationsLas Vegas                                                  Math and Reading Combined Re...
What People Are Saying          “We stand out from other schools because of our EdisonLearning school design; our outstand...
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  • 03/19/12 EdisonLearning, Inc.
  • 03/19/12 Edison Learning, Inc.
  • 03/19/12 Edison Learning, Inc.
  • Comprehensive A meticulous educational approach (including individualized instruction and regular, continuous assessment) is complemented by strategic involvement of family and community. On-going professional development and support creates a solid foundation for our partner schools. And a well-conceived educational philosophy focuses in on character development - an instrumental part academic growth. Flexible There’s no one thing that makes a school truly superior. It is a complex equation of many factors that, when they rely on each other, create a seamless formula for success. EdisonLearning works with you to ensure that the school we create together meets the needs of your students, your community, and your organization. As your valued partner we’ll build an educational blue print that’s right for you, and only you. Tested Since our first schools opened in 1995, EdisonLearning School Designs has had the privilege to work successfully with district and charter partners in over two hundred schools nationwide, improving the overall quality of education for hundreds of thousands of students. As your seasoned educational consultant, EdisonLearning offers extensive in-house expertise on management, operations, curriculum development, assessment and new technologies. Innovative EdisonLearning uses educational technology to perform two critical tasks: to better prepare students for life in a tech-based society and global workforce to better customize instruction to meet the needs and interests of each student EdisonLearning is clearing the path toward hybrid schooling by bringing online learning to brick and mortar schools, an effort that will: redefine how teaching and learning occurs increase customized instruction improve student engagement Where we are is a level of educational technology integration that helps teachers monitor and adjust instruction in real-time and provides educators resources to diagnose and target interventions that make a significant difference in accelerating learning.
  • 03/19/12 Edison Learning, Inc. The Four Cornerstones work seamlessly together to… Recruit and train the best educators Nurture a culture that supports all learners Employ a challenging, innovative, student-focused curriculum Implement tools and resources for ongoing monitoring of progress toward achievement goals
  • Through our many partnerships and 20 years of experience we’ve watched the evolution of Critical Success Factors that all contribute to a highly effective school. These success factors align with our Four Cornerstones philosophy to ensure the features of School Design are effectively implemented so you can focus on what really counts… your students .
  • 03/19/12 Edison Learning, Inc.
  • Rigorous Professional Development program includes national, regional and school-based professional growth opportunities for all staff, directly linked to school improvement plan.
  • EdisonLearning Leadership Development Academy (ELDA) Summer & Fall Summer ELDA is the first of two annual conferences supporting growth of EdisonLearning Principals in the characteristics of effective school leadership related to Top Talent; Culture of Engagement and Aspiration; Demanding Content and Customized Instruction; and Achievement-Driven Management. The second conference, Fall ELDA , provides further training and culminates in an awards banquet celebrating the achievements of all EdisonLearning schools during the past school year. Both ELDA conferences allow networking among EdisonLearning Principals, an industryleading agenda of sessions, information sharing, and renowned guest keynotes, which in the past have included Dr. Cornel West and the author Pat Conroy. EdisonLearning Leadership Team Training (ELTT) Summer ELTT is an immersive conference designed to introduce new partners to the EdisonLearning School, strategies and best practices in four key areas: Vision & Mission; Successful Collaboration through Teaming; Student Management; and Student Achievement. Instructional Leadership Conference (ILC) Fall Instructional Leadership Conference . The focus of this conference is to build the leadership capacity of administrators and teachers in key student achievement initiatives related to teaching, learning, assessment, and leadership. School teams return to their buildings with a plan to focus on key areas of improvement aligned to the needs of their own school.
  • 03/19/12 Edison Learning, Inc.
  • Primary Academy for grades K-2 Elementary Academy for grades 3-5 Junior Academy for grades 6-8 Senior Academy for grades 9-10 (SECONDARY) Collegiate Academy for grades 11-12 (SECONDARY) Each House has a group of teachers (typically four to six) who are responsible for between 100 and 180 students. Ideally, the same teachers stay with the same group of students throughout each multi-year Academy.
  • EdisonLearning’s Eight Core Values are the foundation for a character education program that is infused throughout the school’s curriculum and culture. Students learn ethical behavior through experience. Faculty and staff are expected to model the Eight Core Values themselves. The learning environment explicitly promotes the Core Values with posters, postcards to parents, and celebrations. Moreover, the Core Values become part of the curriculum itself, through character studies in literature, classroom discussion in history or current events, and in homework and group projects.
  • PART OF SECONDARY DESIGN!!! EdisonLearning’s College NEXT! Program is designed to help prepare all students with the skills and learning necessary for success in the college or university of their choice. The College NEXT! Program utilizes cultural and academic features designed to ensure students and their parents are capable, confident, and informed in pursuing post-secondary educational options, ensuring that the secondary education are set and nurtured early and consistently throughout each student’s experience at an EdisonLearning school. College NEXT! provides a comprehensive resource for secondary schools to launch college awareness and preparation efforts. The program includes a start up kit for counselors, leadership teams, and teachers that provides all the basic resources a school needs to help students and families learn about and apply to colleges and for scholarships. Information is state specific and is geared towards helping students starting in 8th grade or earlier. The College NEXT! Training program focuses on the following key areas: • Academic Guidance • Master Scheduling • Learning Environment • Parent support and training on “Getting Students Into, then Through College”
  • 03/19/12 Edison Learning, Inc.
  • Response to Intervention A multi-tiered approach to Response to Intervention (RtI) quickly identifies students who fail to respond to core academic and/or behavioral curriculum. The RtI process begins with FAAST, a Family and Student Support Team who actively monitors and responds to identified challenges to students’ academic progress.
  • Ideally set at eight hours, the school day offers more time for students to take special subjects . the extended day also gives teachers two instruction-free periods to meet as a House Team and for personal planning time . Teachers use their House Team time to collaborate around improving their students’ learning experience.
  • 03/19/12 Edison Learning, Inc.
  • eValuate is EdisonLearning's online formative assessment system that combines monthly benchmark assessments aligned to individual state standards with rich and easy-to-use reporting and analysis tools. Superior professional development and on-site support in analyzing data effectively make eValuate an invaluable tool to driving instruction that increases student achievement.
  • 03/19/12 Edison Learning, Inc.
  • Opportunity to be part of a collaborative professional environment that provides programmed opportunities: To plan, work and grow together on a daily basis To participate in school decision-making To grow as a teacher-leader in defined roles Pre-service and ongoing quality professional development
  • Control of their school: authority to go with responsibility Staff selection Instructional leadership Budget management Community partnerships
  • 03/19/12 Edison Learning, Inc. NCES 2007 stats: National % FRL: 42%, 44% minority Edison 2008 stats: % FRL: 78%, 88% minority 03/19/12 Edison Learning, Inc.
  • 03/19/12 Edison Learning, Inc. NCES 2007 stats: National % FRL: 42%, 44% minority Edison 2008 stats: % FRL: 78%, 88% minority 03/19/12 Edison Learning, Inc.
  • 03/19/12 EdisonLearning, Inc. Challenge In 1999, San Jose-Edison Academy opened as a charter school in the West Covina Unified School District in California. West Covina struggled with student achievement, in part due to the shifting demographics in the district which included a growing Hispanic/Latino population. San Jose-Edison Academy was no exception to these challenges. When the school opened, over 70% of the students were reading below grade level. Result San Jose-Edison Academy’s stellar reputation speaks for itself. Each year there is a waiting list of several hundred students wanting to attend the school. Through the years, the school has grown. The original school was for grades K-5, serving 600 students. The school now serves grades K-8 with almost 1,200 students.
  • 03/19/12 EdisonLearning, Inc.
  • 03/19/12 EdisonLearning, Inc.
  • 03/19/12 EdisonLearning, Inc.
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    1. 1. EdisonLearning® School Designs A comprehensive approach Introduction to student achievementPlace imagehere Presented by: First Last Partnership Developer EdisonLearning, Inc. XXX.XXX.XXXX first.last@edisonlearning.com Copyright © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 1
    2. 2. What We DoEdisonLearning works with school leaders and communities to provideinnovative achievement solutions that inspire students to think, learn, andsucceed.We partner with educators to create or support improvement in schools thathelps students achieve lasting gains in performance and prepares them torealize their full potential and meet the expectations of the 21st centuryworkplace. Copyright © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved. 2
    3. 3. Our MissionTo provide innovative achievement solutions that deliver consistentlysuperior improvements in student learning. Working together for student successTM EdisonLearning is the nation’s leading public school innovator and partner for school districts and charter schools. Over nearly twenty years, more than 1 million students have been educated at schools partnering with EdisonLearning. During the 2010-2011 school year, 400,000 children in 25 states, the U.K. and Abu Dhabi are being served through EdisonLearning’s partnerships and products. Copyright © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 3
    4. 4. Our Focus A belief that every child can learn Partnership Results for the students we serve Research-based Solutions Client Satisfaction Copyright © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved. 4
    5. 5. Nearly Two Decades of Driving Student Achievement20081992 EdisonLearning is founded as “The Edison as the company replaces “Edison Schools” Project.” name. This re-branding reflects the company’s transformation.1995 The first four EdisonLearning schools open their doors, using a With the acquisition of the education software company design. research-based approach to create an innovative schoolProvost Systems, EdisonLearning combines its experience and core1999 Launch of the EdisonLearning learning with in fully integrated competencies in teaching and Benchmarks a all partnership schools, the pioneering formative assessment system written to online solution that achieves universal student access to an state standards. individualized learning experience.20002009 The first Summer Journey™ summer school opens, followed in EdisonLearning opens its first fully online public charter high 2001 with the launch of Learning Force™ standards-based school – Provost Academy™ South Carolina. tutoring.20102001 EdisonLearning opens its partnership with thepublic charter high EdisonLearning begins a second fully online School District of school – Provost Academy Colorado. Philadelphia in what has become a prominent model for major urban school reform. EdisonLearning launches eValuate™, an enhanced Benchmark2004 Assessment System which leverages innovative technologies in The first full-scale EdisonLearning Alliance™ program islaunched. Alliance boosts and analysis to drive formative assessment. data collection learning in low-performing schools byworking within the existing school structure. © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 5
    6. 6. The Future of Innovation What’s next for EdisonLearning?Truly “hybrid” online experiences Learning Force expansion: online, science, high school Online professional development Strategic community partnerships 100 Black Men of America, Carolina Bridge Project and more! EdisonLearning College NEXT!TM Partnerships for dropout recovery and credit recoveryComprehensive relaunch of EdisonLearning Benchmarks Global expansion in Europe, Asia and the middle east © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 6
    7. 7. EdisonLearning Solutions An extensive portfolio of end-to-end achievement solutions that inspires all students to think, learn, and succeed: School Designs Achievement Services Extended Education Online A comprehensive and A suite of tools and support Extra help designed to Curriculum, technology, and coherent whole school that delivers sustainable complement the school day best practices for online experience school improvement in an engaging way learning environments Alliance™ K-8 Learning Force™ eAcademy Alliance eCourses High School Summer Journey™ High School eSchoolware District AllianceEdisonLearning solutions meet the range of needs that face all public school systemsSchoolbasedClusterbasedDistrictwide © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 7
    8. 8. A Continuum of Services to Meet Your K-12 Needs © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 8
    9. 9. EdisonLearning® School Designs EdisonLearning School Designs is comprehensive approach to education, one that addresses the entire learning experience and how it is delivered – from school organization and scheduling, to curriculum, professional development, and administration. © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 9
    10. 10. School Designs is…ComprehensiveA meticulous educational approach is complemented by strategic involvement of family andcommunity.FlexibleThere’s no one thing that makes a school truly superior. It is a complex equation of many factors that,when they rely on each other, create a seamless formula for success.TestedSince our first schools opened in 1995, EdisonLearning School Designs has had the privilege to worksuccessfully with district and charter partners in over two hundred schools nationwide.InnovativeEdisonLearning uses educational technology to perform two critical tasks:•to better prepare students for life in a tech-based society and global workforce.•to better customize instruction to meet the needs and interests of all students. © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 10
    11. 11. EdisonLearning Four Cornerstones™ PhilosophyThe foundation of EdisonLearning’s approach to educationThe Four Cornerstones approach ensures that EdisonLearning solutions areholistic – both comprehensive and cohesive, with all parts interacting andsupporting one another for a whole that is far more than the sum of its parts. Copyright ©©2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 11 11
    12. 12. Implementation EdisonLearning works with you to ensure that the school we create together meets the needs of your students, your community, and your organization.In accordance with our Four Cornerstones™ ofhighly effective schools, we ensure the featuresof School Designs are successfully implementedso you can focus on what really counts… yourstudents. © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 12
    13. 13. Top Talent• Effective school leadership team identified with clear roles and responsibilities. Includes Principal, School Operations Manager, Technology Manager, Lead Teachers and Curriculum Coordinators.• Rigorous Professional Development program includes national, regional and school-based professional growth opportunities for all staff, directly linked to school improvement plan.• All staff accepts accountability for academic, financial, and operational performance, including enrollment efforts and satisfaction results. Copyright © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 13
    14. 14. School Leadership Staffing Model The EdisonLearning leadership staffing model is a “distributed leadershipmodel” with defined roles, an emphasis on accountability, and professionalcollaboration.•Principals who are first and foremost instructional leaders and are supported byspecific roles that directly and indirectly support that focus.•Teachers provide a direct link between school leadership and classroom instructionthat extends information and support in both directions to improve instruction. © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 14
    15. 15. Professional DevelopmentBuilding Strong LeadersHigh-performing principals and leadteachers excel as instructional leaders,culture builders, business managers, andmotivators. New distance learning Professional Development provides greater opportunitiesSupporting Effective Teachers for flexibility and customization for educational leaders and teachers.EdisonLearning’s instructional staffdevelopment is unique because the Webinars for long distance learning and greater reach.training is comprehensive and ongoing.New teachers receive pre-training that Take courses at times convenient to you.immerses them in our School Designs Work at your own pace.model and provides them a solid Collaborate with other interestedfoundation for future growth. professionals. © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 15
    16. 16. Leadership Conferences EdisonLearning’s Professional Development program is highlighted by an array ofnational conferences available to both leadership teams and instructional staff.Opportunity to acquire strategies and skills that improve leadership and instructionValuable forum for collegial dialogue, networking, and affirming our shared vision of AWorld-Class Education for Every Child™Universally praised by the global EdisonLearning network © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 16
    17. 17. Culture of Engagement and Aspiration• A smaller learning community creates greater intimacy and better communication between teachers, students, and parents.• The Student Support Model uses data to ensure all students are progressing and that any obstacles to success are identified and responded to early.• Eight Core Values character education.• Comprehensive student management plan includes code of conduct, discipline policy, and positive incentive system.• Goal of 100% participation in student-parent-teacher conferences is pursued until achieved and sustained.• College readiness is our common goal. Copyright © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 17
    18. 18. Unique School Structure Academy Grade level groupings create a “schools within a schools.”•Each Academy runs for either two or three years•Each Academy is further divided into cohesive student/teacher groups called Houses. Houses Houses are led by a small group of teachers knows as House Teams.•Each House has a group of teachers who are responsible for a select group of students.•Teachers stay with the same group of students throughout each multi-year Academy. © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 18
    19. 19. Eight Core Values™ Eight Core Values EdisonLearning’s Eight Core Values are the foundation for a character education program that is infused throughout a school’s curriculum and culture. Wisdom Justice Courage Compassion Hope Respect Responsibility Integrity “The Eight Core Values is absolutely the reason why discipline is so good.” - Keith France, Principal Lincoln-Edison Elementary School © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 19
    20. 20. EdisonLearning College NEXT!™ EdisonLearning’s College NEXT! Program is designed to helpprepare all students with the skills and learning necessary forsuccess in the college or university of their choice. The College NEXT! focuses on the following key areas:•Academic Guidance•Master Scheduling•Learning Environment•Parent support and training on “Getting Students Into,then Through College” © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 20
    21. 21. Demanding Content and Customized Instruction• Core academic program is implemented with identified intervention programs for math and ELA.• Schedule meets or exceeds instructional time minutes for core and special subjects.• School Designs includes fully compliant Special Education and English Language Learner programs.• Student support model includes the EdisonLearning FASST program as a foundation for RtI.• EdisonLearning’s longer school day affords more time for instruction and collaboration. Copyright © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 21
    22. 22. Response to Intervention Tier IIIStep 1 Teacher-parent collaboration about Intensive Intervention student concern Students who need individualized interventionsStep 2 Student Concern MeetingStep 3 House RtI/FASST interventions Tier IIcould be Tier I meeting Strategic InterventionStep 4 Core RtI/FASST interventions Students who need more support in Tier I or Tier II addition to the core curriculum or school wide positive behavior programStep 5 Full RtI/FASST Tier IIIinterventions Tier I Core Instruction All students (including those who require acceleration) © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 22
    23. 23. Longer School Day “I feel that my daughter is getting a much better education at Park-Edison. The longer school day, and opportunities for extra-curricular activities are helping to make my child a college bound student in the future.” – Kimberly Fundaro, Learning Strategist and Parent Park-Edison Elementary School © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 23
    24. 24. Achievement-Driven Management• School uses EdisonLearning’s student achievement plan or local district’s template for school improvement planning.• Plan progress monitoring is a critical part of school leadership team meetings with data driven adjustments to achieve desired results.• All assessments identified in school application/contract are administered with integrity and resulting data used to direct improvement planning.• Contracted services for school operations are monitored and reported on regularly.• EdisonLearning “Dashboards” are used for internal and external accountability.• EdisonLearning’s formative assessment eValuate™ is used monthly to inform instruction. Copyright © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 24
    25. 25. Progress Monitoring  Identify Strengths Diagnose  Assess needs  Develop Achievement Plans Plan  Identify Goals  eValuate™ Assessment Data Measure  Observations and data analysis  Monthly Dashboards Track  Reporting and Accountability © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 25
    26. 26. Sample Dashboard Client Dashboard December 2008 Perry Township Category Measure - CTQ Status Result Target Measurement Definitions % of students on track for proficiency in Math (11% growth Student Benchmark Data - Math 24% 41% each month) Student Achievement - % of students on track for proficiency in Reading (4% Student Benchmark Data- Reading 69% 72% Jeremiah Gray growth each month) % of PD sessions each month that are focused on Professional Development 38% 25% differentiated instruction in order to make AYP Student Attendance 97% 98% Average Daily Attendance Student Special Education # of SpEd students (42) that are academically successful 15 20 Engagement - (Reading) as measured by their monthly benchmark reading scores JGE Special Education # of SpEd students (42) that are academically successful 12 20 (Mathematics) as measured by their monthly benchmark math scores Family SLC Attendance 100% 100% % of conferences held each quarter Engagement - JGE Student Recruitment 46 60 Number of students on the waitlist each month % of students on track for proficiency in Math (11% growth Student Benchmark Data - Math 31% 44% Student each month) % of students on track for proficiency in Reading (4% Achievement - Student Benchmark Data- Reading 73% 73% growth each month) Rosa Parks % of PD sessions each month that are focused on Professional Development 22% 25% differentiated instruction in order to make AYP Student Attendance 98% 98% Average Daily Attendance Student Special Education # of SpEd students (62) that are academically successful 27 39 Engagement - (Reading) as measured by their monthly reading benchmark scores RPE Special Education # of SpEd students (62) that are academically successful 12 31 (Mathematics) as measured by their monthly math benchmark scores Family Engagement - SLC Attendance 100% 100% % of SLC Conferences held each quarter RPE Elementary Benchmark 100% 100% % of schools meeting 95% participation Participation 6th Grade Center Participation 100% 100% % of schools meeting 95% participation AMS Tungsten Middle School Benchmark 100% 100% % of schools meeting 95% participation Services Participation Tungsten Site Support Visits 100% 100% % of site support visits completed out of those scheduled Tungsten Site Support Visit % reports delivered detailing actions and next steps from 100% 100% Reports each Tungsten school support visit Key: CTQ - Critical to Quality 100% of target Within 10% of target More than 10% of target
    27. 27. EdisonLearning eValuate™ Various reports are accessible instantaneously through eValuate.• Reports are available at the school, grade, class, section or student levels, with breakdowns by subject, strand, skill and question.• Monthly and longitudinal report views are available.• Reporting options allow for reporting by subgroup.
    28. 28. Frequency Reliability Expertise“eValuate™ has been invaluable to us for tracking achievement toward end-of-year state tests. When we talk to teachers about setting monthly goals,eValuate provides a great tool to help monitor student progress and drive • Monthly online assessments Delivered online state standards Tightly aligned tosince 2000effective instruction that will help teachers meet those goals.” • Reading and math Over state assessments Mirror1MM assessments administered - Jamy Jackson, Principal • Immediateof HSA performance Data analysis support Predictive scoring and analysis Helen Thackston Middle School Copyright © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 28
    29. 29. What’s in it for You?
    30. 30. School DesignsWhat’s in it for Students and Families?• A school committed to their success.• A learning environment that challenges them, respects them, supports them in their academic and personal development.• A demanding academic program that respects their potential and extends their horizons.• A commitment to do all we can to prepare every student for college or university.• A values-based, whole child approach to education. © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 30
    31. 31. School DesignsWhat’s in it for Teachers?• Opportunity to succeed in making a difference for the neediest kids and for making a difference for more than just the kids in their class.• Opportunity to be part of a collaborative professional environment that provides programmed opportunities.• Opportunity to grow in their careers at a rate equal to their abilities and performance © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 31
    32. 32. School Designs What’s in it for Principals?• Control of their school: authority to go with responsibility• Opportunity to succeed in shaping a great school• Professional Development Support from a national educational organization and a national network of peers• Opportunities to grow professionally and in their careers © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 32
    33. 33. School Designs What’s In It for Our Board Partners?• A quality school• An accountable partner• A track record of success• A great education for the students in their community Confidence! © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 33
    34. 34. A Proven Model © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 34
    35. 35. School Designs Charters and Contract Schools EdisonLearning serves clients in the independent charter, district charter, and district contract markets. In the 2010-11 school year, we will serve…• 88 schools,• in 62 sites,• for 30 clients,• in 26 communities,• in 16 states• with an enrollment of about 33,000 students © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 35
    36. 36. Parent SatisfactionAccording to a recent U.S. Department of Educationreport, "thirty years of research shows that greater 95% of parents give EdisonLearningfamily involvement in childrens learning is a critical Partner Schools an overalllink to achieving a high-quality education and a safe satisfactiondisciplined learning environment for every student.” Grade of A or B.“My sixth grader’s reading has improveddramatically, and I’ve watched her academicperformance go sky high!” – Parent, EdisonLearning Partner School 95% There is a positive correlation between parent satisfaction and student achievement. © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 36
    37. 37. Teacher SatisfactionTeacher satisfaction is high at our partner “What impresses me most about working atschools. 76% of teachers gave EdisonLearning an an EdisonLearning School is the sense of“A” or B” on our annual satisfaction survey belonging and being part of a team that isexceeding the national average that has peaked at willing and able to collaborate and support62% of teachers who call themselves “very you in all that you do.”satisfied.” **Source: Harris Interactive - Pamela A. Robles Intermediate Teacher & Learning StrategistOn average, EdisonLearning Partnership Schoolshave a higher teacher attendance rate and lowerturn-over rate than that of comparable schools. 95%There is a positive correlation between teacher satisfaction and student achievement. © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 37
    38. 38. Proven Results… ReadingIn our most recent school year,students in EdisonLearningschools have made significantgains in Reading and Math onhigh stakes tests. In the school year ending in 2009, EdisonLearning partnership schools‘ proficiency gains Math exceeded state averages. © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 38
    39. 39. Closing the Achievement GapThe solutions EdisonLearning offers districts and schools are designed to take advantage of what isknown about every element of high-achieving schools, for all types of students.The gains that Edison clients/students have posted over the last several years suggest that qualityschooling and a commitment to achievement can make a meaningful difference for students from anybackground. Historic National Academic Gain Performance EdisonLearning partnerships serving 90% African-American, Hispanic and Asian enrollment 30 25.5% Place image here 20 14.6% 11.6% 10 0 State District EdisonLearning Average reading and math 7-year-gains; School years of 2002-2009 Copyright © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 39
    40. 40. State Level AchievementReading GainsIn key EdisonLearning states, our partnerships make a difference for students. Reading Gains (1 yrs) (3 yrs) (4 yrs) (6 yrs) (7 yrs) (7 yrs) (7 yrs) (7 yrs) (8 yrs) (8 yrs) Percentage Point Increase on State Tests of Students Proficient or Advanced State EdisonLearning Time period denotes length of EdisonLearning partnership Copyright © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 40
    41. 41. State Level AchievementMath GainsIn key EdisonLearning states, our partnerships make a difference for students. Math Gains (1 yrs) (3 yrs) (4 yrs) (6 yrs) (7 yrs) (7 yrs) (7 yrs) (7 yrs) (8 yrs) (8 yrs) Percentage Point Increase on State Tests of Students Proficient or Advanced State EdisonLearning Time period denotes length of EdisonLearning partnership Copyright © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 41
    42. 42. …and Valid Results The RAND ReportThe RAND Corporation analyzed and validated ReadingEdisonLearning’s approach to school design andstudent performance over 6 years and recordedsignificant gains.Notably, RAND foresaw the importance of severalcritical success factors: “Together, the resources and accountability systems that constitute [EdisonLearning’s] 2 3 4 5 6 design represent a coherent, comprehensive, and ambitious strategy to address key elements relevant to providing high-quality education.” Math “[The solution’s] well-developed information systems and focus on achievement-based accountability should make it especially well- suited to the high-stakes testing environment of No Child Left Behind (NCLB).” “[EdisonLearning] has devised a range of strategies to promote in its teachers and 2 3 4 5 6 principals not only the capacity to deliver high- quality instruction, but also the motivation and opportunity to do so.” Source: RAND Corporation report “Inspiration, Perspiration, and Time,” October 2005, y1 analysis Copyright © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 42
    43. 43. Next StepsCopyright © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved. 43
    44. 44. Partnership Timeline• Placeholder slide for custom timeline © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 44
    45. 45. EdisonLearning in Action Copyright © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved. 45
    46. 46. Partnership ProfileSan Jose-Edison AcademySince its inception, San Jose-Edison Academy has We won’t stop looking for ways to improve our schoolshown steady improvement in school wide proficiency in until we are at 100% proficiency.Math and English Language Arts. With EdisonLearning, we have a strong partner toIn 2010, approximately 80% of students were proficient support us in taking our craft to the next level to benefitin Math, almost double from 2002 when proficiency all students.”levels were at 41.8%. 78% of students are proficient in - Dr. Denise Patton, PrincipalEnglish Language Arts in 2010, up from 42% in 2002. Copyright © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 46
    47. 47. Partnership ProfileLincoln Charter SchoolIn 1999, the School District of the City of York in Pennsylvania was struggling with student achievement.Schools were not performing well, with students at Lincoln Elementary schools performing at the lowest level in thedistrict. The superintendent, with the support of a group of parents and teachers from Lincoln Elementary School,sought a new approach to help improve the school.Lincoln Charter School consistently outperforms the other elementary schools in the York City SchoolDistrict. From 2002 to 2009, PSSA Reading scores have risen by 25.2 points at Lincoln CharterSchool, as compared to other schools that have risen on average 14 points. In Math, the point gainsare 29.2 points for Lincoln Charter School, as compared to 23 points for other schools in the district. © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 47
    48. 48. Partnership ProfileLas Vegas EdisonLearning Las Vegas Partnership SchoolsThe Clark County School District (CCSD) is the 5th Math and Reading Combined Resultslargest school district in the country, serving nearly Meets & Exceeds Standards 2003 – 2009 CRT300,000 students. In 2001, Superintendent CarlosGarcia sought a breakthrough program that would helpthe district’s lowest performing schools increase studentachievement.E is n e r in w ss l c e t p r n rw h d o L a n g a e e t d o a t e its o t ed t ic ’sl w s p r o m g ix f h is r t o e t e f r ins h o s T e es h o sh dah hn m e o c o l. h s c o l a ig u b r fL it dE g is P o ic n y L P, a w l a a im e n l h r f ie c ( E ) s e l sl r ep r e t g o F e a dR d c dL n h ag ec na e f re n eu e u c( R )s u e t .F L td nsFrom the time our partnership began, studentsat EdisonLearning Partnership Schools have Comparable (+17 points)shown increased achievement in the areas of Empowerment (+19 points)Reading and Math. EdisonLearning (+25 points)In addition, length of partnership has a direct “In 2001 we were struggling academically.and positive impact on student achievement. Achieving at only 20%, Park was the lowest performing school in the district. Teachers lacked direction and the school needed greater continuity in its curriculum.” - Lorna James-Cervantes, Principal Park-Edison Elementary © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 48
    49. 49. Serving the LEP and FRL PopulationsLas Vegas Math and Reading Combined Results Meets & Exceeds StandardsCCS h s2 E p w r e t l m n a y D a 1 mo e mn e e e t r Limited English Proficient Students 2004 - 2009s h o sint ed t ic . E p w r e t co l h is r t m o e m ns h o sa eg e g e t ra t n m a d c o l r iv n r a e u o o y na c u t b it t in r a es u e t c o n a il y o c e s t d n EdisonLearning Partnersa h v m n . T e e o v df o t eb l f c ie e e t h y v l e r m h e ie +25 pointt a , ifs h o sa et b h l a c u t b e ht c o l r o e ed c o n a lf rs u e t c ie e e t t e s o l b g e o t d n a h v m n , h y h u d e iv nt ef e d m od t r in w a w l e t h r e o t e e m e h t il b sa c m l ht e g a s. c o p is h ir o l Comparable EmpowermentE is n e r in P r n r h S h o sa e d o L a n g a t e s ip c o l r EdisonLearnings il rt E p w r e t c o l int a b t im a o m o e m n S h o s ht oha eg e t ea t n m t d t r in h wt r iv n h u o o y o e e m e o ob s a c m l ht e g a s T et ot p so e t c o p is h ir o l . h w y e f Math and Reading Combined Resultss h o sa ed f r n , h w v r int em k - c o l r if e e t o e e , h ae Meets & Exceeds Standards Free/Reduced Lunch Studentsu o t e s u e t o u a io s p f h ir t d n p p l t n . 2004 - 2009E is n e r in P r n r h S h o sh v d o L a n g a t e s ip c o l a es n ic n l l r e L Pa dF Lp p l t n . ig if a t y a g r E n R o u a io s EdisonLearning Partners +27 pointsS u e t a t n in E is n e r in t d n s te d g d o L a n gP r n r h S h o ss o ah h r a t e s ip c o l h w ig er t o g ino Ne a aCr e io ae f a n vd it r nR f r n e T s s( T ) E e w ht e e e e c d e t CR s. v n it h Comparablea d dc a l n e t e eg o p d e h le g s h s r u s Empowermente c u t r s c a m s e y fan w n o n e , u h s a tr o e EdisonLearningl n u g int ec s o L Ps u e t , agae h ae f E td nst e es h o sh v b e a l t c o e h s c o l ae en be o l st ea h v m n g p h c ie e e t a . © 2010 EdisonLearning, Inc. All rights reserved 49
    50. 50. What People Are Saying “We stand out from other schools because of our EdisonLearning school design; our outstanding curriculum, the opportunity to work together as a staff to meet common goals and because of monthly Benchmarks which provide regular, real-time assessments of student performance allowing us to adjust and inform instruction for each individual child… Without these tools and this structure we wouldn’t be able to perform at the level we’re performing right now.” - Lorna James-Cervantes, Principal Park-Edison Elementary, Las Vegas NV“Accountability and mastery are two attributes that I demand for our students when searchingfor online courses; EdisonLearning’s eCourses are centered around those two ideals andprovide a product that is interactive, easy to navigate, and still holds the students to highlevels of learning..” - Andrew Maoury, Upper School Academy Director Renaissance Academy, Phoenixville PA “EdisonLearning’s high expectations for student learning, relentless commitment to building local capacity for improving classroom instruction, and the outstanding customer service provided by both the Hawaii-based and Headquarters teams continue to exceed expectations.” – Ronn Nozoe, Complex Area Superintendent Hawaii Department of Education “My sixth grader’s reading has improved dramatically, and I’ve watched her academic performance go sky high!” – Parent, New York City Copyright © 2010 EdisonLearning, EdisonLearning Partner School Inc. All rights reserved 50
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