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ACSA Strategic Plan Update 2015
Transcript of ACSA Strategic Plan Update 2015
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We will be the authoritative advocates for all matters pertaining to education and its leaders
We will initiate and build dynamic alliances with others of common purpose
We will build and maintain vibrant, purposeful networks of educational communities.
We will be the originator and source for inspiring and creating new concepts of learning and teaching
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ACSA actively advocates and supports senate, assembly and statewide candidates
2015 LEGISLATIVE PACKAGE
(as of 3/31/15)
2015 - $34,000
as of 3/31/15
2014 - $39,050
2015 - $28,200
(2014 & 2015)
(2014 & 2015)
2014 - $13.9 million awarded
2015 - $24 million awarded
Building Lease Revenue
2014 - $21,455
2015 - $10,475
as of 3/31/15
Around the Illinois State Capitol
2014 - 32,081
Total trees since program began in 2012
2015 - 30,988
Benefits of Membership binder converted into an interactive flipbook
Membership plaques include the year the agency joined IAPD.
as of 4/23/15
Citizen Satisfaction Survey
Statewide survey of Illinois residents conducted by Market Probe.
IAPD obtained funding from and partnered with The Trust for Public Land and The Nature Conservancy.
34 Grants distributed
7 Agencies received a grant for the first time
New Sponsors for the Legislative Conference
W-T Family of Companies
To promote energy efficiency opportunities.
Message Boards Developed
We will boldly brand and aggressively market our identity.
Strategic Plan Dashboard
Westmont Park District
Fifth year since the membership cards were redesigned.
79% of the candidates endorsed via the hard work of our VPs and regions were elected
Our board interviewed statewide candidates, and every candidate we endorsed won their election.
We were the only education group in the state to oppose Prop. 2. We also partnered with CASBO to sponsor a bill to repeal cap language in Prop. 2.
ACSA & CSBA have a contract for federal advocacy
Provided training to strengthen the advocacy skills of our Delegate Assembly, Committees, Councils and Regions at the local, state and federal level
We will be the premier provider of an array of compelling learning experiences dedicated to developing the capacity of all educational leaders
Over 200 Districts are using LCAPca to plan their Local Accountability
Create the new state adopted template
Allow users to manage multiple users on your LCAP planning
Allow users to submit your LCAP electronically to your county
Allow users to save goals to the system by deactivating them
Increased security parameters
New Principal Acculturation and Onboarding Guide
will be released in the Fall for 2016-17 school year
The purpose of the guide is to assist districts in providing support guidance to their new principals in their first year. The guide will assist them in learning the important aspects of the district's culture, history, and core procedures and initiatives.
ACSA AMBASSADOR PROJECT
An effort to include a more personal element into the current new member onboarding/orientation program is expected to launch by summer.
Lead Ambassadors have been identified for most regions. Anyone interested in becoming the Lead Ambassador should contact Director of Member Services Margarita Cuizon for information. Training for all new Lead Ambassadors will take place at the end of July in Ontario.
The Value of Membership
Membership totals currently rest at
Keep those new members coming!
ACSA 101 – the Member Services effort to build capacity and establish combined student/associate charters across the state is in full swing. Member Services is providing seed money of $500 towards kick off events for regions who have been asked to pilot the program and have identified Student/Associate Charter coordinators for each pilot region. Pilot regions are Regions 6, 8, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16 & 17. To date, two of the 7 pilot regions have gotten a charter off the ground.
We will cultivate transformational technologies in all aspects of our work
We will change our organization from its present structure to constantly evolving formations.
We will dedicate our budget, resources and assets to the accomplishment of our mission and objectives.
Legal Support Think Tank
A partnership with six law firms with the purpose of vetting issues affecting administrators statewide, creating policy papers, designing professional development and participating in professional development events.
Making Qualified Leaders Effective
Phase 1: Program is free to new superintendents
Phase 2: Program will be available to all administrators
AB 141 Bonilla
Teacher credentialing: beginning teacher induction programs
AB 215 Alejo
Local agency employment contracts: maximum cash settlement
AB 302 Garcia
Pupil services: lactation accommodations
AB 963 Bonilla
Teachers' Retirement Law
AB 575 O'Donnell
Teachers: best practices teacher evalution system: school administrator evaluation
SB 499 Liu
Teachers: best practices teacher evaluation system: school administrator evaluation
SB 172 Lui
Pupil testing: high school exit examination
SB 277 Pan
Public health: vaccinations
SB 652 Allen
Instructional materials: recised curriculum frameworks: science
SB 460 Allen
Pupils redesignated as fluent English proficient: local control funding formula: local control and accountability plans
ACSA's Sponsor/Co-sponsor measures supporting public education
Ed. Services continues to work with donors to create a model classroom that can be visited and used by members. The concept of the classroom is to bring the latest technology tools to the educational forefront, demonstrate their effectiveness for learning, as well as show the cost of implementation.
21st Century Classroom
ACSA Academies Continues to Grow and Diversify
41 academies will be offered in 15 regions. All academies were revised and refined to address the new statewide context of LCFF & LCAP.
● Academies will be offered in ten leadership specializations: Classified Educational Leaders, Curriculum & Instructional Leaders, Innovative Technology, Leadership for Local Accountability Planning, Personnel Administrators, Principals, Pupil Services, School Business, Special Education, and Superintendents.
What's New on the Horizon for ACSA
Equity Project Goals
Increase diversity in ACSA membership and leadership through intentional recruitment, retention, and outreach efforts.
Increase all members’ awareness of equity and diversity issues that impact historically underserved leaders and students.
Provide relevant equity leadership training and support for ACSA leaders and members that focus on building capacity in cultural proficiency.
ACSA’s Educational Equity Definition
“Educational equity provides students access to resources and opportunities based on their individual need to achieve high quality educational outcomes” -
ACSA members, 2015
ACSAtv offers online and electronic
delivery for some of our most popular
professional development program.
District Capacity Bulding
LCAP Implementation Workshops
Are intended to be stand-alone introductions to learning system change actions that create deep implementation of the LCAP. Jay Westover, chief learning officer with co-sponsor InnovateEd, reports the sessions have provided leaders with the actionable tools and processes needed for building organizational capacity to lead systems change.
Transformed ACSA's weekly newspaper into full color, multi-platform entity incorporating print, web and mobile applications.
ACSA's Communications Department has developed a strategy that creates a larger social media community and stronger online presence.
to better connect
and support our members. This year we
added region buttons so our regions can
stay better connected and informed.
Incorporate more technology in ACSA academies, workshops and conferences.
ACSA will launch an online Learning Management System (LMS). The LMS will be available Fall 2015.
We implemented electronic/barcode registrations at several of our largest events this year.
A Governance Task Force will determine an organizational structure that can operationalize the Strategic Plan.
Working with CTC
State and Federal leaders turn to ACSA for opinions and advice on educational matters.
Influence and participation in CTC’s accreditation streamlining and simplifying process in
the areas of educator effectiveness. Accomplished ACSA members contributed to CTC’s six credentialing Task Forces on the Accreditation Advisory Panel.
ACSA has established a mentoring program to go along with our comprehensive slate of quality services for all of our members. ACSA strongly believes in this support service to assist new superintendents as they build their own capacity to lead. ACSA will provide a mentor to new superintendents as part of their ACSA membership.
In phase two, December 2015, the mentoring program will be available to all administrators.
A Multiple Measures Approach
1) Be designed to produce continuous system improvement, not just test scores;
2) Be reciprocal , with each level of the system taking responsibility for the contributions it must make to serve each child well;
3) Focus on meaningful learning for college, careers, and citizenship, using more valid and authentic assessments
4) Ensure adequate resources allocated intelligently to meet student needs well;
5) Develop and ensure professional capacity and accountability
6) Use multiple measures evaluated through systems of expert review, judgment, and intervention
7) Focus on system capacity building, shifting from a test-and-rank approach to an assess-support-and-improve model
8) Reflect ongoing student, parent, educator and community input; provide transparent and accessible information to the public.
Move from a single index to a dashboard of indicators
Align state reporting and oversight with LCAP priorities (e.g. SARC, on-line data tools, identification of schools for intervention)
Organizing and Reporting Information for Improvement
Good-bye to the API
Hello to Multiple Measures
Less Emphasis on Standardized Tests
- More Emphasis on Graduation, College and Career Readiness, and Healthy School Functioning
Assess to Improve, rather than Test to Punish
Develop Stronger Professional Capacity
Implement Resource Equity and Accountability
A New Concept of Accountability
Adoption of Common Core State Standards and Next Generation Science Standards
Changes in the Assessment System
-- Shift to Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium
-- Elimination of other CSTs
-- Elimination of most mandates
-- Reconceptualization of Assessment System
Changes Afoot in California
Create and manage a School Quality Review to diagnose needs for districts /schools that volunteer or are referred for help
Support district / school improvement
Build district and county capacity for quality review and support
-- Tools and protocols
-- Quality review processes
-- Access to expertise
What Role for the California Collaborative for
Educational Excellence (CCEE)?
Key Elements of a New Accountability System
State Budget Update
Prop 98 shows enormous growth by a total of $6.1 billion over 3 years:
$241 million in 2013/14
$3.1 billion in 2014/15
$2.7 million in 2015/16
Increases bring Prop 98 guarantee levels for those fiscal years to:
$58.9 billion in 2013/14
$66.3 billion in 2014/15
$68.4 billion in 2015/16
Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC)
The CTC claims that reports from school districts are too often incomplete
AG concurs and charges the CTC for the cost of investigation
Superintendents face a penalty for failing to report to local law enforcement any
development of emergency regulations
strengthen reporting of certificated employee misconduct
clarify definitions - misconduct, change in employment status, "pending" as related to misconduct
update current CTC forms
develop clear guidelines and protocols
stipulate guidelines that information need not be submitted that violates state and federal student & employee privacy laws
develop penalty for non-credentialed admin who deliberately fail to report
develop process for superintendent to make a good-faith effort
first issue notice before non-compliance is deemed unprofessional conduct
What Role for the California Collaborative for
Educational Excellence (CCEE)?
Has a $10 million budget
Not intended to be about compliance and punitive intervention
What does broker assistance look like?
ACSA will have a model for assistance!
What have we learned this year?
requires system leadership
Pedagogy must outpace technology
Leading from the middle
Collaboration and social capital
Essentials of Effective Collaboration:
Developing High Trust Relationships
Focusing on Ambitious Student Learning Goals Linked to Measureable Outcomes
Continuously Improving Instructional Practice through Cycles of Collaborative Inquiry
Using Deliberate Leadership and Skilled Faciliation within Flat Power Structures
Frequently Interacting and Learning Inwards
Connecting Outwards to Learn from Others
Forming New Partnerships among Students, Teachers, Families
Securing Adequate Resources to Sustain the Work
Just under $6 billion
Closes the gap by 51.5%
Career Tech Ed
$400 million 2015-16
$300 million 2016-17
$200 million 2017-18
$500 million Prop 98 funds
$25 million for data collection
An additional $10 million to expand definition to include youth living with relatives
2015/16 State Budget Deal (continued)
AUGUST 14, 2015
First One Voice for Students Local Lobby Day
Ways to get involved in ACSA
LCAP Institute for Transformational Change
Participants will be given templates and tools to assist in systems leadership, leading to effective implementation of LCAP
Marc Ecker and John Almond - Program Coordinators
Gladys Phillips-Evans (Regions 4,5 and 6)
Arturo Flores (Regions 3 and 7)
Marilyn Shepherd (Regions 8 and 10)
Mike Berg (Regions 9 and 11)
Trudy Arriaga (Region 13)
Beverly Hempstead (Regions 14,15,16 and 17)
John White (Region 14 and 16 )
Ron Williams (Regions 12 and 19)
Larry Perondi (Region 18)
STATE BUDGET ACT
Educator Effectiveness Block Grant
The 2015 Budget Act included $500 million in one-time money
to be used over three years
A school district can use the allocation of funding from the block grant for any of the following:
Beginning Teacher and Administrator Support
Coach and Support for Improvement
Standards Based Professional Development
Promoting Quality and Effectiveness
Mentoring and coaching certificated staff and training certificated staff to support effective teaching and learning
The funding is required to be allocated by the State SPI:
In an equal amount based on the
in the 2014-15 fiscal year.
Currently, the CDE and the DOF are collaborating to determine which certificated staff is eligible for resources.
At this time it is unclear whether "certificated staff" is defined exclusively as teachers and administrators or whether it includes other staff that also hold credentials.
Each district can expect between $1,300-$1,500 per certificated employee.
Outlook for Political Climate 2015-16
Substantial new revenues in state budget
Great budget for public education
Social program advocates pushing hard
Liberal leadership in both houses
72 of 120 legislators have less than 2 years of policy experience
Moderate to conservative governor wins again
November 2016 elections play role in 2015 cycle