THE RECIPE FOR REPLICATION:
PLAN. PREPARE. EXECUTE.
NATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOLS
JUNE 30, 2014
SHEREE T. S...
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Goals for Today
Challenge Your Thinking
Sharpen Our Focus
Discuss Replication & Reach
Share Res...
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“People don’t care how
much you know until they
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Reforming
Education
Student
Learning
Divergent Roads
5
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THE ROAD NOT TAKEN
“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I –
I took the one less traveled by, and th...
7
SOURCE: Public Impact, “Searching for Excellence A Five-City, Cross-State Comparison of
Charter School Quality,” March 2...
8
SOURCE: Public Impact, “Searching for Excellence A Five-City, Cross-State Comparison of
Charter School Quality,” March 2...
SOURCE: CREDO─credo.stanford.edu
Compared to TPS, Charter Schools growth is:
Worse Than Exactly the same Better Than
Chart...
Charter Achievement & Funding vs Districts
Revenue data adapted from Charter School Funding: Inequity Expands, by Batdorff...
11
SOURCE: Mike Petrilli, Fordham Institute,
June 18, 2014
“…Continuing up the pyramid, next we find Great Charter Sectors...
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The Road to Greatness
Good, Not Great
Inflection
Point
Good, Not Great
Matched-Pair
Selection
Com...
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Distinctive Impact
Superior Performance
Lasting Endurance
Defining Greatness
13
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Sharpening Your Focus
The
Flywheel
Building for
Breakthrough
17
SOURCE: https://www.edsurge.com/n/2014-06-24-edsurge-s-edtech-edcamp-edmodo
What Are You Building On?
Good, Not Great
Inflection
Point
Good, Not Great
Matched-Pair
Selection
Comparison Cases
Good–to–Great Cases
GAP
Where the...
SOURCE: Number Grid-Illinois Math & Science Academy.
Group Activity: Learning
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SOURCE: Number Grid-Illinois Math & Science Academy. Effect sizes graph from Brookings, 2012
Interventions for Learning
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ACT:
A Respected Standard for Measuring
College Readiness
24
The Advantage
- Patrick Lencioni
“The single greatest advantage any
company can achieve is organizational
health. Yet it is ignored by most leaders
even th...
Focus on
Greatness?
SOURCE: First Things First
“Set the standards higher
for yourself than others
would set them for you.”
John Maxwell
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  • What are you aiming for; effective laws or effective practice? System reform or learning….Compliance or performance? You can use up all your allotted time on the left-hand side.

    You have all the authority you need to make the changes on the right-hand side.

    A Force for Quality, A Catalyst for Excellence [Alpha Authorizing]

    Recognize and reward performance
    Encourage the replication and expansion of success
    Create new performance-based paths for authorizing, overseeing, and renewing charter contracts
    Make authorizing a respected profession
    Relentlessly pursue excellence
    Protect, preserve and advance the idea behind chartering


  • Why are there so few charter schools, e.g., Larry says there are more charters than this in each city….
  • Recipe for Replication – Dr. James Goenner & Sheree T. Speakman (National Charter School Conference, 6/30/2014)

    1. 1. THE RECIPE FOR REPLICATION: PLAN. PREPARE. EXECUTE. NATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOLS JUNE 30, 2014 SHEREE T. SPEAKMAN DR. JAMES N. GOENNER
    2. 2. WWW.CHARTERINSTITUTE.ORG 2 Goals for Today Challenge Your Thinking Sharpen Our Focus Discuss Replication & Reach Share Resources 1 2 3 4 Have Fun!5
    3. 3. WWW.CHARTERINSTITUTE.ORG WWW.CHARTERINSTITUTE.ORG THIS SLIDE DECK IS ACCESSIBLE AT
    4. 4. WWW.CHARTERINSTITUTE.ORG RELATIONSHIPS “People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.”
    5. 5. WWW.CHARTERINSTITUTE.ORG Reforming Education Student Learning Divergent Roads 5
    6. 6. WWW.CHARTERINSTITUTE.ORG THE ROAD NOT TAKEN “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I – I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.” - Robert Frost
    7. 7. 7 SOURCE: Public Impact, “Searching for Excellence A Five-City, Cross-State Comparison of Charter School Quality,” March 2013 Charter Schools vs Districts
    8. 8. 8 SOURCE: Public Impact, “Searching for Excellence A Five-City, Cross-State Comparison of Charter School Quality,” March 2013 Charter Schools vs State Averages
    9. 9. SOURCE: CREDO─credo.stanford.edu Compared to TPS, Charter Schools growth is: Worse Than Exactly the same Better Than Charter Schools vs National Averages
    10. 10. Charter Achievement & Funding vs Districts Revenue data adapted from Charter School Funding: Inequity Expands, by Batdorff et al., 2014, http://www.uaedreform.org/charter-funding-inequity-expands/. Achievement data provided by Center for Research on Education Outcomes (CREDO). Size of bubble denotes proportion of students in charter schools in the state/district.
    11. 11. 11 SOURCE: Mike Petrilli, Fordham Institute, June 18, 2014 “…Continuing up the pyramid, next we find Great Charter Sectors. The “good-to-great” question was also wrestled by our muscular analysts. The consensus appears to be that these higher levels of performance have less to do with policy than with everything else: the “ecosystem” of reform in a given place (usually a city) and its network of “human-capital providers,” expert charter-management organizations, leadership-development programs, school-incubator efforts, local funders and civic leaders, etc.—in other words, what conservatives like to call “civil society”: the space between the government and the individual (in this case, between government and individual schools). Once a certain degree of policy adequacy is in place (reasonably smart laws around autonomy and authorizing, decent-enough funding), the difference between good sectors and great sectors boils down to the “ecosystem” built by the local reform community. That strikes me as a correct, and hopeful, conclusion because most of this work is within “our” (reformers’) control. (It also means that we can’t regulate our way to excellence.) Is Accountability the Road to Greatness? Boston NOLA, RI, DC, TN Great MA, MI, NY, NJ, MO, CA, MN, GA, FL, NM Good IL, NC, IN, CO, AR, UT, AZ, TX, OH, OR, PA, NV Bad KY, VA, WY, IA Charter States in Name Only
    12. 12. WWW.CHARTERINSTITUTE.ORG The Road to Greatness Good, Not Great Inflection Point Good, Not Great Matched-Pair Selection Comparison Cases Good–to–Great Cases GAP 12
    13. 13. WWW.CHARTERINSTITUTE.ORG Distinctive Impact Superior Performance Lasting Endurance Defining Greatness 13
    14. 14. WWW.CHARTERINSTITUTE.ORG Sharpening Your Focus
    15. 15. The Flywheel
    16. 16. Building for Breakthrough
    17. 17. 17 SOURCE: https://www.edsurge.com/n/2014-06-24-edsurge-s-edtech-edcamp-edmodo What Are You Building On?
    18. 18. Good, Not Great Inflection Point Good, Not Great Matched-Pair Selection Comparison Cases Good–to–Great Cases GAP Where the Road Diverges Governance & Operations Compliance & Accountability College, Work & Life 18
    19. 19. SOURCE: Number Grid-Illinois Math & Science Academy. Group Activity: Learning 19
    20. 20. SOURCE: Number Grid-Illinois Math & Science Academy. Effect sizes graph from Brookings, 2012 Interventions for Learning 20
    21. 21. WWW.CHARTERINSTITUTE.ORG Accelerating Greatness Institute for Excellence in Education www.ExcellenceInEd.org Illinois Math & Science Academy www.imsa.edu IIT Boeing Scholars Academy www.blogs.iit.edu/boeing_scholars Chicago Scholars - 88% to-and-through college in 6 years www.ChicagoScholars.org Project-Lead-the-Way www.pltw.org Good to Great Diagnostic Tool www.JimCollins.com/tools
    22. 22. www.EpicenterNow.org site2max@gmail.com tel.: (616) 777 3388 22
    23. 23. WWW.CHARTERINSTITUTE.ORG ACT: A Respected Standard for Measuring College Readiness 24
    24. 24. The Advantage - Patrick Lencioni
    25. 25. “The single greatest advantage any company can achieve is organizational health. Yet it is ignored by most leaders even though it is simple, free, and available to anyone who wants it.” Patrick Lencioni The Advantage
    26. 26. Focus on Greatness? SOURCE: First Things First
    27. 27. “Set the standards higher for yourself than others would set them for you.” John Maxwell
    28. 28. THANK YOU! NATIONAL CHARTER SCHOOLS INSTITUTE | 711 WEST PICKARD STREET | MOUNT PLEASANT, MICHIGAN 48858 VIEW THIS SLIDE DECK ONLINE AT WWW.CHARTERINSTITUTE.ORG

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