School and district improvement efforts focus on student needs through a collaborative process involving all stakeholders to establish and address priority needs, district funding, and closing achievement gaps between identified subgroups of students. Additionally, schools and districts build upon their capacity for high-quality planning by making connections between academic resources and available funding to address targeted needs.
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Ø CDIPs and CSIPs are due to KDE 90 days after public release of data
Tools for Building Effective CSIP/CDIP Components
Ø The required goals include:
- Graduation Rate (new graduation rate of 98% by 2024)
- Novice Reduction (schools are expected to reduce novice by 50% by 2020)
Ø State Goals Update
GAP and Proficiency Delivery Targets are updated in the School Report Card and should be incorporated into CSIP/CDIP.
State graduation rate goals are updated in the School Report Card and should be incorporated into CSIP/CDIP.
College and Career Readiness (CCR) goals are updated in the School Report Card and should be incorporated into CSIP/CDIP.
Ø Middle School CCR Goal (all grade levels, Math and Reading):
Middle school College and Career Readiness (CCR) goals should be derived from K-PREP data. The cut scores for proficient performance on K-PREP were linked to ACT benchmarks in 2012. Thus, students scoring at the proficient and distinguished levels on K-PREP are determined to be on track toward meeting or exceeding college benchmarks. Objectives, strategies and activities pertaining to the CCR goal should be developed for students failing to reach the proficient or distinguished level as measured by K-PREP.