MPS Ed Plan Family and Community Involvement by cus77764

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									                          MPS Ed Plan


                  Family and
                  Community
                Involvement:
            Title IA Requirements for the
                  MPS Educational Plan

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                       Welcome              1
                         MPS Ed Plan


                          Today’s goal:
            Provide information needed
             to complete the Family and
                Community involvement
                 information in the MPS
                       Educational Plan

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Relevant Ed Plan Sections
            Title IA Assurances




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Relevant Ed Plan Sections
            Title IA Assurances

               Needs Assessment




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Relevant Ed Plan Sections
            Title IA Assurances

               Needs Assessment

                Family and Community
                Involvement SMART Goal




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Relevant Ed Plan Sections
            Title IA Assurances

               Needs Assessment

                Family and Community
                Involvement SMART Goal

                    Core SMART Goals


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Relevant Ed Plan Sections
            Title IA Assurances
               Needs Assessment
                Family and Community
                Involvement SMART Goal

                    Core SMART Goals
                 Professional Development

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Relevant Ed Plan Sections
            Title IA Assurances
               Needs Assessment
                Family and Community
                Involvement SMART Goal

                    Core SMART Goals
                 Professional Development
                   Policies and Compacts
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Title IA Assurances




            This page in Signature and Assurances
            Section describes legal requirements
            addressed in MPS Ed Plan
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            Follow your Ed Plan Workbook “Step by
            Step” to determine the Family and
            Community Involvement needs for your
            school’s Needs Assessment

                           Step A: Evaluate and
                           Assess MPS School
                           Climate Survey
                           Results


                                Start at MPS
                                 Home Page
                                Click
                                 Administration link
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        How can you determine your school’s
        Family and Community Involvement
        needs?
                         Refer to
                         MPS School
                         Climate
                         Survey
                         Results

                            Click Assessment
                             and Accountability


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            How can you determine your school’s
            Family and Community Involvement
            needs?
                 Refer to MPS School
                 Climate Survey Results




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                         Click DATA REPORTS
            How can you determine your school’s
            Family and Community Involvement
            needs?

                Refer to MPS School
                Climate Survey Results




                      Click SCHOOL CLIMATE SURVEYS
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            How can you determine your school’s
            Family and Community Involvement
            needs?
                Refer to MPS School
                Climate Survey Results




                      Scroll down to 2004-2005 results and
                       click link for district or school results
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            New Climate Survey
            Questions Address
            National Standards for
            Family and Community
            Involvement
                Standard 1, Communication,

                MPS Climate Survey Question:


                My school regularly communicates
                 with parents using a variety of
                 different methods.

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            New Climate Survey
            Questions Address
            National Standards for
            Family and Community
            Involvement
             Example MPS Climate Survey Response




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            New Climate Survey
            Questions Address
            National Standards for
            Family and Community
            Involvement
              Standard 2, Parenting,

              MPS Climate Survey Question:


              My school provides parents with
               information, resources and
               support to enhance their
               parenting skills.

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            New Climate Survey
            Questions Address
            National Standards for
            Family and Community
            Involvement
              Standard 3, Student Learning,

              MPS Climate Survey Question:


              My school gives parents information
               and resources regarding how
               they can support their child with
               school work.

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            New Climate Survey
            Questions Address
            National Standards for
            Family and Community
            Involvement
               Standard 4, Volunteering,

               MPS Climate Survey Question:


               My school offers parents a variety
                of ways in which they can
                volunteer.

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            New Climate Survey
            Questions Address
            National Standards for
            Family and Community
            Involvement
                Standard 5, School Leadership,

                MPS Climate Survey Question:


                Parent participation in leadership is
                  encouraged and supported in my
                  school.


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            New Climate Survey
            Questions Address
            National Standards for
            Family and Community
            Involvement
               Standard 6, Collaborating with Community,

               MPS Climate Survey Question:


               My school utilizes community
                resources to enhance student
                learning.

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       Discuss Climate
       Survey Results
                How can the School Council (or other
                 leadership group that includes parents)
                 be convened to work further with results?

                Were there enough respondents to
                 justify use of data?

                Does data suggest a need in one or
                 more Family and Community
                 Involvement Standard area?

                Can these results form the “measurable”
                 basis for an Ed Plan SMART goal?
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            Step B: Identify and prioritize Family
            and Community Involvement needs
            (including PD needs)

                Use Workbook Family
                Involvement Tools (FIT)

                    Go to
                     http://www2.milwaukee.k12.wi.us/ti
                     tle_i/Web_Pages/titleiparentpage.h
                     tm or visit the Educational Plan 05-
                     06 folder in the MPS portal for all
                     Family Involvement Tools.
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       Use Family Involvement
       Tools (FIT)
             Decide which tools to use:
              Preliminary questions




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       Use Family Involvement
       Tools (FIT)
             Decide which tools to use:
              Standard Area Criterion surveys




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       Use Family Involvement
       Tools (FIT)
             Decide which tools to use:
              Document analysis




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       Use Family Involvement
       Tools (FIT)
            Decide which tools to use:
             T-chart




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       Use Family Involvement
       Tools (FIT)
             Decide which tools to use:
              Survey analysis calculator




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            Step C: Establish F&CI
            SMART goal and
            complete action plan
                  Select a standard area for
                   improvement
                  Decide: Should SMART goal be
                   based upon Climate or FIT tool
                   results?
                  Enter standard area, goal, and
                   need areas in Ed Plan template

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            Step C: Establish F&CI
            SMART goal and
            complete action plan
             Example SMART goal based upon Climate Survey:

                  The percentage of parents
                  agreeing or strongly agreeing
                  with this statement, “Parent
                  participation in shared decision
                  making is encouraged an
                  supporting at my school,” will
                  increase from 58% in April (of
                  this year) to 70% in April of
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            Step C: Establish F&CI
            SMART goal and
            complete action plan
             Example SMART goal based upon FIT Survey:


                    Average School Governance
                    Council FIT survey scores for
                    F&CI Standard III, Student
                    Learning, will increase from
                    1.66 in May of (this year) to 2.0
                    or better in May of (next year).
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            Step C: Establish F&CI
            SMART goal and
            complete action plan
               F&CI Workbook and Template:




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            Develop strategies
            per Ed Plan workbook
            directions
               Strategies may involve multiple
                activities …. See SMART goal
                section of Ed Plan workbook for
                ways to develop strategies
               Remember to consider targeted
                subgroups such as EEN or non-
                neighborhood families in
                development of this section

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            Develop strategies per Ed
            Plan workbook directions
            Clipping from Core SMART Goals
            section of Ed Plan Workbook




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            Step D: Develop F&CI activities
            to support core SMART goals
            and incorporate activities
            developed into core goal areas
            of Ed Plan

                    Go to Ed Plan Workbook for
                     Family and Community
                     Involvement to use tools for
                     identifying strategies and activities
                     to support core SMART goals.
                    Insert Family and Community
                     Involvement strategies to support
                     core SMART goals
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            Step D: Develop F&CI activities
            to support core SMART goals
            and incorporate activities
            developed into core goal areas
            of Ed Plan
            An optional workbook activity:




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            Update Parent Involvement
            Policies and School Family
            Compacts

                  Does your language reflect school
                   culture and satisfy requirements of
                   law?
                  Do you have a plan for making the
                   Policies and Compacts meaningful
                   in your school?

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            Update Parent Involvement
            Policies and School Family
            Compacts




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            Plan to monitor
            progress
               Make sure your plans are
                implemented
               Check to see if strategies are
                effective and adjust as needed as
                school year progresses




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            Family and Community
             Involvement Contacts


             Reola Holloway 475-8011
              Freya Neuman 475-8078
                 Cora Pugh 475-8102
                 Laura Polk 777-7822
             Sherley Sellers 475-8154
               Maggie Smith 475-8150
              Edward Valent 475-8122
              Joseph Brown 475-8009


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              MPS Ed Plan Embraces A
             New Paradigm for Families
            and Communites in Schools




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 School-Family Partnerships: Then and Now
            From Joyce Epstein’s Center on School, Family and
                                     Community Partnerships


                   Definitions

                       Then                 Now

                       Parent               School,
                       Involvement          Family and
                                            Community
                                            Partnerships



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 School-Family Partnerships: Then and Now
            From Joyce Epstein’s Center on School, Family and
                                     Community Partnerships


                   Responsibility

                      Then                  Now

                      Up to                 Part of school
                      parents               and classroom
                                            organization
                      Organized by
                      just a few


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 School-Family Partnerships: Then and Now
            From Joyce Epstein’s Center on School, Family and
                                     Community Partnerships


                   Program Design

                      Then                  Now

                      Incidental or         Based on six
                      accidental            Standards

                                            Goal oriented

                                            Part of school
                                            improvement
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 School-Family Partnerships: Then and Now
            From Joyce Epstein’s Center on School, Family and
                                     Community Partnerships


                   Implementation

                      Then                  Now

                      Kindergarten          All grades
                      and elementary        through high
                      emphasis              school




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 School-Family Partnerships: Then and Now
            From Joyce Epstein’s Center on School, Family and
                                     Community Partnerships


                   Implementation

                      Then                  Now

                      Separate              Integration of
                      groups of             groups (PTO/PTA,
                      parents               EEN,Title I etc)
                                            and activities
                      Isolated activities
                                            Sense of
                                            community
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 School-Family Partnerships: Then and Now
            From Joyce Epstein’s Center on School, Family and
                                     Community Partnerships


                   Implementation

                      Then            Now

                      Mainly moms     Extended family,
                                      Community groups
                                      Business partners
                                      After school programs
                                      Others….


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 School-Family Partnerships: Then and Now
            From Joyce Epstein’s Center on School, Family and
                                     Community Partnerships


                   Challenges

                      Then                  Now

                      “Barriers”            “Realities”

                      Diversity, mobility   Solutions sought,
                      seen as obstacles     found and shared



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 School-Family Partnerships: Then and Now
            From Joyce Epstein’s Center on School, Family and
                                     Community Partnerships


                   Results

                      Then                  Now

                      Parent                Student
                      outcomes              achievement

                      Public relations      Link practices to
                                            results for all
                      Focus on few          stakeholders
                      parent leaders
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 What Research Says about Partnerships
            From Joyce Epstein’s Center on School, Family and
                                     Community Partnerships


                   Results for Students:
                       • Higher grades and test scores
                       • More participation in most challenging
                       academic programs
                       • More classes passes and credits
                       earned
                       • Better attendance
                       • Improved behavior at home and
                       school
                       • Better social skills and adaptation to
                       school
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 What Research Says about Partnerships
            From Joyce Epstein’s Center on School, Family and
                                     Community Partnerships


                   Results for Parents:
                       • Increased feelings of support from
                       school and other parents
                       • More interaction with other families in
                       school and community activities
                       • More effective responses to student
                       problems
                       • Increased awareness of student
                       progress and how to help student do
                       better
                       • Increased feeling of ownership of
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                       school
 What Research Says about Partnerships
            From Joyce Epstein’s Center on School, Family and
                                     Community Partnerships


                   Results for Teachers:


                         • Increased respect for families

                         • Greater readiness to involve all
                         families in new ways

                         • Increased satisfaction with family
                         involvement and support


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