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									 WELCOME TO THE 1ST ANNUAL
             OVERVIEW OF THE
       TEXAS LITERACY SUMMIT
TEXAS LEADERSHIPINITIATIVE 2012
   Presented by Maria V. Gonzales, TLI Project Director


            Administrators’ Back to School Inservice
                 August 9, 2012          Veterans HS
Texas Literacy Initiatives: A Historical Perspective
•   1996: Inception of Texas Reading Initiative

•   1997: Provision and use of early reading assessments in every Texas K-2
          classroom

•   1999: Delivery of Texas Teacher Reading Academies (TTRAs) and Online
          Teacher Reading Academies (OTRAs) in grades K-5 to teachers and
          administrators

•   2002: Texas Reading First for K-3 literacy efforts (competitive grant)

•   2003: Launch of Prekindergarten Texas Early Education Model (TEEM)
          and Texas School Ready!™ (TSR!) Projects

•   2007: Approval of the English Language Proficiency Standards (ELPS)



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              Historical Perspective Continued
•   2007: Development of the Texas Middle School Fluency Assessment
          (TMSFA) utilized with all 7th grade students who do not reach
          proficiency on the state assessment

•   2008: Approval of the Texas Prekindergarten Guidelines

•   2008: Delivery of the Texas Adolescent Literacy Academies (TALAs) for
          administrators and middle school teachers

•   2008: Adoption of new standards for reading and writing instruction for
         grades K-12

•   2008: Approval of the Texas College and Career Readiness Standards
         (CCRS)


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              Historical Perspective Continued
•   2009: Provision of statewide professional development on the new
          standards

•   2010: Implementation of a statewide online web 2.0 platform, Project
          Share

•   2011: Alignment of the State of Texas Assessment of Academic
          Readiness (STAAR) system with newly adopted reading and
          writing standards

•   2011: Statewide professional development for the English Language
          Arts (ELA) End-of-Course (EOC) assessments

•   2012: Development of the Early Learning Guidelines for Infants and
          Toddlers


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        Preliminary TLI Numbers

              30 Grant Recipients

Representing 30 Literacy Lines (421 to 49,625 students)
                   ~121+ ECE Providers
                        ~259+ K-5
                       ~120+ 6-12

     That will support 221,248+ students in
                   Texas!!!!!

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                            TLI Goals
1. Increase the oral language and preliteracy skills of participating
    preschool children.
2. Improve the performance of participating K-2 students on early
    reading assessments.
3. Increase the percentage of participating students who meet or
    exceed proficiency on the state English language arts assessments
    in grades 3 through 12.
4. Increase the use of data and data analysis to inform all decision
    making in participating districts, campuses, classrooms, and early
    learning settings.
5. Increase the implementation of effective literacy instruction through
    Literacy Lines.


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     Texas State Literacy Plan
             Part 1: Overview




                                TSLP




http://www.tea.state.tx.us/literacy/tli
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Plan Framework


                      page 2-3




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                  Plan Framework




p. 58
Glossary
 p. 70
Acronyms


           Summary Statement for each LASERS component    page 6

            3-11 Action Steps for each LASERS component   page7-8

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           Table of Contents
        Three Age/Grade Levels




page 5-20     page 21-38   page 39-54




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Texas State Literacy Plan: Implementation
                  Tools




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         TSLP Implementation Inventory

             Implementation Status Rating

      A                  B                C                D
   Planning           Initial            Full          Reflective
Implementation   Implementation    Implementation    Sustainability
                                     with Fidelity



        Completed by the Campus Based Literacy Team (CBLT)
                      form due Aug. 16, 2012




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     Texas State Literacy Plan: Implementation Tools
Texas State Literacy Plan: Implementation
                  Tools




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Customized TSLP Implementation Map




 L3   L5   L1    L6   L8   L10



 L4   L9   L2    L7



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   Develop and monitor a campus-based Data-
L2
   informed Plan (DIP).



    DIP Templates

    A Leader’s Guide…

    Campus Leadership Response to…

    From Data Analyzing to…


                         LEADERSHIP
                         RESOURCES

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Data-informed Plan Template




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        Standards-based Instruction
                      RESOURCES

ELAR / SLAR Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

English Language Proficiency Standards (ELPS)

College and Career Readiness Standards (CCRS)

Textbook Adoption List – Proclamations 2010 and 2011

FCRR: Reviewing a Reading Program K-12

Online Teacher Reading Academics (OTRAs)

Critical Elements Analysis

                              Return to
                             RESOURCES
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Texas State Literacy Plan:
  Implementation Tools




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             Purpose of the Online Course
The purpose of the Online Course is to help site/campus leaders:
1.   Learn each Action Step of the Texas State Literacy Plan.
2.   Work to implement each Action Step .
3.   Consider all aspects of the Texas State Literacy Plan, and
     progress toward full implementation.




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   What is the timeframe for the course?
• The TLI Online Course will begin in September 2012.
• The course will continue throughout the TLI initiative, and will play a
  central role in the implementation of the TSLP.




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Professional Development in Project Share




          www.projectsharetexas.org

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http://www.tea.state.tx.us/literacy/tli

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                               Next Steps
•   Launch your journey by doing the following:
     – Log in to Project Share: www.projectsharetexas.org
         • Join the Group: Texas Literacy Initiative Grantees PLC
         • In the Drop Box: Public Files,
             – review the Texas Literacy Initiative article
             – find all presentations from the Texas Literacy Summit
             – download a Texas Literacy Initiative Overview PowerPoint to present to
               those who did not attend the Summit

     – Complete the Connectivity Survey
        • URL: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Connectivity3-12




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  “Effective literacy often mounts a partnership, a collaboration
between all stakeholders, and strategic coordination of instruction
              to meet student needs.”     -Murphy, 2004




       Maria V. Gonzales, TLI Project Director      mvgonzales@bisd.us
            Sonia Perales, TLI Project Secretary sperales@bisd.us
           TLI Project Office   1900 Price Road -- Suite 208 956-698-1650

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