Community Engagement Initiative: Lessons Learned So Far

DESCRIPTION

This session highlights the high impact school governance has on culturally responsive efforts of districts that are participating in the Community Engagement Initiative, and how their participation has led to them building trusting relationships, effective partnership structures that require district teams (comprised of various educational partners) to develop a sustainable community engagement system and in turn allowing them to have difficult conversations and more meaningful engagement in the LCAP process and in supporting the success of their students.

PRESENTERS

Steven Mitchell, Assistant Director, Community Engagement and System of Support, CCEE

Mars Serna, Family and Community Engagement Program Manager, San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools

Jan Gustafson-Corea, CEO, California Association of Bilingual Educators

Dr. Karling Aguilera-Fort, Superintendent, Oxnard School District

Tamara Otero, School Board Member, Cajon Valley Union School District

SLIDES

RESOURCE TYPE

Media, Professional Learning

TYPE OF AUDIENCE

Board, Site Administrator / Instructional Coach, Systems Leadership, Teacher

TOPIC AREA

Community Engagement

KEYWORDS

California Statewide System of Support for Governance Teams

DESCRIPTION

Serving the needs of our children and youth is the top priority for the California Collaborative for Educational Excellence. With so many demands at the local level, it can be challenging for Governance teams to know how to align initiatives and identify the support that may be needed by administrators, teachers, and most importantly the students. This presentation provides an overview of California‘s Statewide System of Support (52074) and better understand the services and supports that are available to support districts. Utilizing the many resources created by state, regional and local agencies, Governance teams can build capacity, and improve collaboration with educational and community partners to improve outcomes for our students and their families.

PRESENTERS

Dr. Chris Hartley, Deputy Executive Director, CCEE

Mindy Fattig, Senior Advisor, CCEE

Dr. Stephanie Gregson, Deputy Executive Director, CCEE

Ed Manansala, Superintendent, El Dorado County

Stuart Packard, Superintendent, Buttonwillow Union School District

SLIDES

RESOURCES

21st Century California School Leadership Academy (21CSLA)

System of Support Evaluation

Special Education Educator Workforce Investment Grant (SpEd EWIG)

California Coalition for Inclusive Literacy

California Dyslexia Initiative

ELRISE! English Learner Roadmap Implementation for Systemic Excellence

Early Literacy Support Block (ELSB) Grant

Regional County English Learner Specialist (RELS)

California Association of Bilingual Education (CABE)

California Early Math Initiative

RESOURCE TYPE

Media, Professional Learning

TYPE OF AUDIENCE

Board, Site Administrator / Instructional Coach, Systems Leadership, Teacher

TOPIC AREA

Governance

KEYWORDS

Student Social-Emotional Learning, Mental Health and Well-Being

DESCRIPTION

Executive Advisor, Michelle Magyar with Deputy Executive Director Chris Hartley co-presented with partners from from Simply Software, Orange County Department of Education, and WestEd on a series of presentations from a larger project on student social-emotional learning , mental health and well-being.

Using CalSCHLS Data to Monitor and Evaluate Social and Emotional Health

Thomas Hanson; Rebeca Cerna; Nisha Bala; Natalie Walrond; Amber Valdez; Michelle Magyar

Analysis of An Integrated County-Based System of Care Through Cross-Sector Collaboration: Humboldt County

Michelle Magyar; Nisha Bala; Chris Hartley; Ronda Stemach; Amber Valdez; Natalie Walrond

Exploring Rigorous Evaluation of the CA Multi-Tiered Systems of Support Implementation

Nicholas Gage; Christine Olmstead; Lauren Duran; Amber Valdez; Natalie Walrond; Michelle Magyar

RESOURCES

Statewide Trends: CHKS

Statewide Trends: MTSS

Regional/County Trends: Humboldt

RESOURCE TYPE

Media, Professional Learning

TYPE OF AUDIENCE

Board, Site Administrator / Instructional Coach, Systems Leadership, Teacher

TOPIC AREA

Social-Emotional Learning

KEYWORDS

California’s Statewide System of Support 2022 Community Engagement Initiative Year 2 Report

DESCRIPTION

Senior Advisor David Toston, Assistant Director Steven Sterling Mitchell, and Deputy Executive Director Chris Hartley partnered with Joel Rabin from Inform to Inspire to present on California’s Statewide System of Support 2022 Community Engagement Initiative Year 2 Report.

RESOURCES

California Engage Website

RESOURCE TYPE

Media, Professional Learning

TYPE OF AUDIENCE

Board, Site Administrator / Instructional Coach, Systems Leadership, Teacher

TOPIC AREA

Community Engagement

KEYWORDS

Activating Student Agency

DESCRIPTION

Dr. Ingrid Roberson presented at the 2022 California Assessment Conference this past week in Riverside, CA . Ingrid’s presentation, Activating Student Agency: Formative Self and Peer Assessment, highlights CCEE’s Formative Assessment Micro-Courses with a special emphasis on empowering student ownership of learning. Dr. Roberson will be leading a Data Research Learning Network for interested districts and counties focused on data use and systems, including formative assessment.

PRESENTERS

Dr. Ingrid Roberson, Assistant Director of Research & Learning, CCEE

SLIDES

RESOURCES

Smarter Balanced – Smarter Annotated Response Tool (SmART)

Smarter Balanced – Tools for Teachers

California Department of Education with MetaMetrics (Lexile & Quantile Hub)

RESOURCE TYPE

Media, Professional Learning

TYPE OF AUDIENCE

Board, Site Administrator / Instructional Coach, Systems Leadership, Teacher

TOPIC AREA

Formative Assessments

KEYWORDS

Learning Acceleration Webinar

DESCRIPTION

Dr. Michelle Magyar and Dr. Ingrid Roberson joined State Superintendent Tony Thurmond for his Learning Acceleration webinar as part of a panel of experts, including State Board President Linda Darling-Hammond. Michelle presented on CCEE’s Playbook for Accelerated Learning and the new Learning Acceleration grants. Ingrid focused on formative assessments and its role in data-driven instruction. A recording of the presentation with resources may be found at CDE’s Facebook page.

PRESENTERS

Dr. Linda Darling-Hammond, California State Board President

Dr. Michelle Magyar, Executive Advisor, CCEE

Dr. Ingrid Roberson, Assistant Director of Research & Learning, CCEE

Cheryl Cotton, Deputy Superintendent of Public Instruction

Dr. Cathy Nichols-Washer, Superintendent, Lodi Unified School District

Enikia Ford Morthel, Superintendent, Berkeley Unified School District

VIDEO

SLIDES

RESOURCES

CCEE Playbook for Accelerated Learning

CDE Learning Acceleration and Recovery Resources

RESOURCE TYPE

Media, Professional Learning

TYPE OF AUDIENCE

Board, Site Administrator / Instructional Coach, Systems Leadership, Teacher

TOPIC AREA

Learning Acceleration

KEYWORDS

Implementing Evidence-Based Tutoring for High Impact

Description

This learning path includes seven modules, each with a video and supporting resources. Developed in partnership with the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) North America, the modules provide information on the elements of highly impactful tutoring programs so district leaders can improve and reflect on the impact of their programs.

DEVELOPED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH

Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) North America

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