Improvement Collaborative Newspage
This page provides news, information, and resources for district curriculum representatives who are part of the countywide Improvement Collaborative (previously known as the Curriculum Council).
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2019-20All meetings are held from 12:30-3:30pm at SCOE unless otherwise noted
- October 10, 2019
*THIS SESSION IS CANCELED* - Due to PGE's planned Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS), the October 10th Improvement Collaborative has been canceled.
Topic: 8 State Priorities & Local Indicators
- November 21, 2019
Topic: Stakeholder Engagement
Who Should Attend: Superintendents, C&I Directors
- January 23, 2020
Topic: Demonstration of Increased and Improved Services
Who Should Attend: Superintendents, C&I Directors, CALPADS/Data Staff, CBOs
- March 26, 2020
*THIS SESSION IS CANCELED* - Due to the shelter in place orders, the March 26th Improvement Collaborative has been canceled.
Topic: Creating a System of Improvement
Who Should Attend: Superintendents, C&I Directors, CALPADS/Data Staff, Special Education Directors
- June 25, 2020
*THIS SESSION IS CANCELED* - Due to the shelter in place orders, the June 25th Improvement Collaborative has been canceled.
Topic: Analyzing Data and What it Means for Next Year
Who Should Attend: Superintendents, C&I Directors, Special Education Directors
REMINDER: Improvement Collaborative is TOMORROW (Th 11/21) at SCOE
The next Improvement Collaborative (formerly Curriculum Council) meeting is scheduled for this Thursday, November 21 from 12:30-3:30pm at SCOE in the TLC building. The focus of this meeting will be Stakeholder Engagement, and is geared towards Superintendents and C&I directors. If you plan to attend, please RSVP by clicking this link. We look forward to seeing you there.
Cancelation: October 10th Improvement Collaborative
Due to PGE's planned Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS), the October 10th Improvement Collaborative session has been canceled.
Upcoming Events of Interest (with corrected link)
We wanted to take an opportunity to highlight some upcoming events that may be of interest to you:
- CalSAAS Kick Off on October 15: CalSAAS is a new state-wide system that will use data from the CTC and the CDE to identify potential educator missassignments. SCOE Credentials, ESS, and IT staff will provide a brief overview of CalSAAS during the this Kick-Off; however, the focus of this meeting will be unveiling a three-phase action plan that will be implemented to ensure Sonoma County LEAs are supported and prepared for this mandatory change. Curriculum staff, secondary master schedulers, CALPADS administrators, human resources staff, and credentialing staff are all highly encouraged to attend the Kick-Off meeting. To learn more or register for this event, please click here.
- Moving Your District Forward with Continuous Improvement on October 17: District leaders are encouraged to attend this workshop with renowned continuous improvement champion, Pat Greco. The session will focus on leadership practices, tools, and strategies for building a culture of improvement within education systems. To learn more or register for this event, please click here.
- There are also a variety of upcoming LCAP workshops for district staff. Please visit www.scoe.org/lcap for full details.
Redesign of Curriculum Council: Improvement Collaborative
After discussions with many of you as well as our internal team, we are offering the newly redesigned Improvement Collaborative (formerly Curriculum Council).
The purpose of the Sonoma County Office of Education’s Improvement Collaborative is to accelerate improvements focused on building capacity and improving curriculum, instruction, assessment, data analysis, and reciprocal accountability to effectively address inequities in student opportunities and outcomes.
This year our through-line focus will be a deep dive into critical components of the LCAP and how these components are operationalized in our systems to support student outcomes.