In collaboration with the WY, NE, ND, and SD SEAs, NCCC will: 1) train cohort members in all four states to increase knowledge of discourse strategies; 2) collaborate with SEAs to develop instructional “Look Fors” that principals can use to guide classroom observations of teachers that serve EL students; 3) help cohorts adopt a data-driven process to examine professional development reach and outcomes; 4) collaborate with SEAs to develop a parent infographic that explains the EL identification, parent notification, programming, and exit process; and 5) assist SEAs in efforts to implement ESSA-driven processes.
In collaboration with the SD SEA, NCCC will: 1) provide a research synthesis to inform the innovation of the school quality indicator process; 2) facilitate a meeting of the SD ESSA Implementation Team to prioritize and narrow the focus for the Fifth Indicator Stakeholder Group; and 3) facilitate Fifth Indicator Stakeholder Group meetings to explore innovative school quality indicators and develop a pilot process for new school quality indicators.
In collaboration with the SD SEA and the College and Career Readiness and Success Center (CCRS) NCCC will: 1) identify resources to inform the Perkins Plan revision process and recommend comparable state and national models for review by the SEA CTE Team; 2) facilitate CTE vision development by the SEA CTE Team; 3) facilitate the development tools and materials with the SD CTE Team to conduct a listening tour to gather input from stakeholder groups regarding the contents of the Perkins Plan; 4) synthesize findings from CTE listening tour to inform Perkins Plan development; 5) facilitate the development and analysis of a SD survey based on listening tour feedback to gather more feedback regarding stakeholder priorities for the Perkins Plan; and 6) facilitate the SD CTE Team developing an outline for the state Perkins Plan.
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