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Leading Learning, Leading Change. Dr. Rudy Crew Chief Education Officer. Oregon Education Investment Board October 2012. @ ORLearns. Oregon Education Investment Board Objectives and Initiatives. Design/ implement initiatives to improve student achievement. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Leading Learning, Leading Change

Oregon Education Investment Board October 2012@ORLearns Dr. Rudy CrewChief Education Officer

Welcome

Purpose of the forum to gain insight by hearing from voices in the field

Everyone has an opportunity to share their thoughts with the Governor and OEIB via the Top 10 list and/or 2-minute public comment, as well as submitting written testimony via email education.investment@state.or.us 1Oregon Education Investment BoardObjectives and InitiativesDesign and implement P-20 structureEarly Childhood Redesign

Focus on early literacy Ensure K readiness implementation Assessment

Design/implement initiatives to improve student achievementReadingIntensify focus on early literacy to prevent later need for remediationIncrease K jump-start programs for ELL students

Affect policies for initiatives and loose/tight directionDemand for Learning

Parent & community engagementEmpower parents to engage with school and intervene in learning difficulties

Create outcome-based budget, aligned to initiativesProfessional Corps of Teachers

Develop regional support centersDevelop strong pipeline of instructional leaders Build an informed, engaged publicStudent Transitions, Essential Skills & Global Readiness

Create partnerships to develop career pathwaysSTEM-based school network

October 2012@ORLearns22Oregon Compared to Americas Best-Educated and Worst-Educated State

October 2012@ORLearns3WV ORMABachelors degree or higher: 18.5% 28.7%39.1%

Median household income: $38,482 $46,816$62,859

Pct. below poverty level: 18.6% 17.5%11.6% The 24/7 Wall Street Newsletterhttp://247wallst.com/2012/10/15/164232/ Worst-Educated StateBest-Educated StateUnstableStableThe Tipping Point Pre-K High School Graduate Meaningful Work in Global EconomyKnowledge is easy to use and readily availableKnowledge is unavailable and not valuedTipping PointSystem is efficient, equitable Internal and External audiences advocate for systemProducts from the system are highly valuedEducators, boards and parents are under greater pressure to show ROI for students meeting globally competitive standards against dollars spent4

October 2012@ORLearns4Insert ChartEssential Links in the Chain of SuccessIf one link is missing, the chain will fallVision Strategy Skills Resources Monitoring Evaluation Rewards & Sanctions Organization No Followers Philosophy Strategy Skills Resources Monitoring Evaluation Rewards & Sanctions Organization Confusion Philosophy Vision Skills Resources Monitoring Evaluation Rewards & Sanctions Organization False Starts Philosophy Vision Strategy Resources Monitoring Evaluation Rewards & Sanctions Organization Anxiety Philosophy Vision Strategy Skills Monitoring Evaluation Rewards & Sanctions Organization Frustration Philosophy Vision Strategy Skills Resources Evaluation Rewards & Sanctions Organization Bitterness Philosophy Vision Strategy Skills Resources Monitoring Rewards & Sanctions Organization No Closure Philosophy Vision Strategy Skills Resources Monitoring Evaluation Organization Hopelessness Philosophy Vision Strategy Skills Resources Monitoring Evaluation Rewards & Sanctions No Coordination Philosophy Vision Strategy Skills Resources Monitoring Evaluation Rewards & Sanctions Organization Success!!

October 2012@ORLearns55Artifacts

Behavior

AssumptionsSlow pace of reformInclusion of stakeholdersSymbolism over substance

Tension over learning new waysDestabilizes internal systems and relationshipsOrganizes the oppositionQuickens the pace of reform and the building of new knowledge

Requires long term, consistent support, messaging and focusBuilds upon passion and commitment, rather than controlMoves beyond reform to transformation of what we do, how we do it and why. Implications forLevel of Change Educators & Boards

October 2012@ORLearns6

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