The Systemic Instructional Review (SIR) is a Pre-K to 12 instructional comprehensive assessment (Academic and Social Emotional) of an LEAs strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats to effective instructional systems that successfully meet the needs of all learners.  The SIR process and product produced from the SIR is individualized to the needs of the LEA.

SIR Components

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Culture, Coherence, and the Planning Processes

LCFF/LCAP:

Priority 6: School Climate (Engagement)

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Social-Emotional and Behavioral Health & Development

LCFF/LCAP:

Priority 6: School Climate

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School-based Instructional Leadership Teams

LCFF/LCAP:

Priority 6: School Climate

 

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Data Management & Use and Student Information Systems

 

 

 

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Curriculum, Learning, and Support

LCFF/LCAP:

Priority 2: State Standards

Priority 5: Pupil Engagement

Priority 8: Other Pupil Outcomes

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Assessment and Accountability

LCFF/LCAP:

Priority 2: State Standards

Priority 4: Pupil Achievement

 

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Administrative Coaching & Leadership

 

 

 

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District and Leadership Capacity

 

 

 

 

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Instructional Practice and Strategies

LCFF/LCAP:

Priority 1: Basic Conditions

Priority 2: State Standards

Priority 7: Course Access

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Student and Family Engagement

LCFF/LCAP:

Priority 3: Parental Involvement (Engagement)

Priority 5: Pupil Engagement

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Professional Learning and Coaching

LCFF/LCAP:

Priority 1: Basic Conditions

Priority 2: State Standards

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Governance Support with Instruction

 

 

 

 

Components adapted from New York State Education Department and Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education processes, as well as other resources on effective teaching and learning.