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Who are the managers/leaders and "teams" working on the plans for the accelerators?

Question#: 24

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Item # Priority Item Description Office Priority Lead Delivery Unit Support OSA Support Check in/ Timelines
1 Improve Teaching and Learning Expanding opportunities for students Implement a high school diploma program for students who are overaged, under-credited and who need an alternative path to graduation. Increase access and completion of Career Technical Education programs and start the implementation of apprenticeship programs that result in more graduates with an industry certification and ready to enter the world of work. OCIP Ben OuYang Latrice Rogers Jessica Liu 1/11
2 Improve Teaching and Learning Minority achievement after school programming Expand minority achievement extra-curricular programs to 39 middle schools. Provide stipends differentiated based on demographics and include transportations for activity buses and 1 after school field trip per semester. OSSI Beth Thomas Arronza LaBatt & Ruschelle Reuben Donna Blaney 2/16
3 Improve Teaching and Learning Two way immersion/dual language; including middle school options Implement two way immersion programs at two elementary schools and plan for middle school options for FY19 (including support to Burnt Mills); Does not include Gaithersburg reimbursement OCIP Niki Hazel Latrice Rogers Carol Schatz 12/7
4 Improve Teaching and Learning Home School Model - Expanding education access for students with disabilities at their assigned elementary school Expand home school model to remaining elementary schools OSE Phil Lynch & Eileen Fazio Barbara Friedlander Kecia Addison 2/1
5 Improve Teaching and Learning Expansion of Highly Gifted Center programs Implement center language program at home schools creating additional spots for students. Expand outreach efforts for center programs. OCAO Lori-Christina Webb & Meredith Casper Lori-Christina Webb Kecia Addison 12/12
6 Improve Teaching and Learning Increase access for students to advanced academic courses Add 6 additional equal opportunity schools OCIP Scott Murphy Latrice Rogers Kecia Addison 4/5
7 Improve Teaching and Learning Rigorous math instruction Ensure effective mathematics instruction through professional development, robust materials, focused support, and approaches to scheduling students (elementary and middle) OSSI Loretta Favret & Diane Morris Arronza LaBatt; Ruschelle Reuben Nyambura Maina 2/1
                 
Item # Priority Item Description Office Priority Lead Delivery Unit Support OSA Support Check in/ Timelines
8 Focus on Learning, Accountability and Results Data Tools for Learning Implement systemwide data system all schools OSA Janet Wilson Juan Cardenas N/A 12/21
9 Focus on Learning, Accountability and Results On-Line IEP/504 Implement state online IEP/504 allowing MCPS to analyze IEP data and access other tools including to support students with disabilities in early childhood as well as secondary transitions OSE Chris Richardson Julie Hall & Tracee Hackett Barbara Friedlander Cara Jackson 3/8
10 Focus on Learning, Accountability and Results Secondary Planner (4-year plan) Implement online high school planner for college and career readiness for all current 8 & 9th graders (all other grades the following year) OSFSE Jonathan Brice Traci Anderson Marilyn Powell 1/25
11 Focus on Learning, Accountability and Results College Assessment for All – ACT/SAT (PSAT) For any 11th grade students interested in taking an SAT or ACT cost will be covered by MCPS. OCOS Henry Johnson Darlene Harris Jessica Liu 2/22
12 Focus on Learning, Accountability and Results Seal of bi-literacy Support students knowledge and attainment of a Seal of Biliteracy in their high school diploma that recognizes public high school graduates in the state who have attained proficiency in speaking, reading, and writing in one or more languages in addition to English OCIP Francoise Vandeplas Latrice Rogers Elizabeth Cooper-Martin 4/18
13 Focus on Learning, Accountability and Results Climate Surveys Implement climate survey for staff and students. OSE Janet Wilson Juan Cardenas Juan Cardenas 1/4
                 
Item # Priority Item Description Office Priority Lead Delivery Unit Support OSA Support Check in/ Timelines
14 Focus on Human Capital Cultural Competence/Implicit bias Implement required training program for all teachers and paraeducators to include cultural competence, implicit bias and restorative practice. OSSI Betty Collins Arronza LaBatt; Ruschelle Reuben Elizabeth Cooper-Martin 4/18
15 Focus on Human Capital Restorative Practices   OSFSE Jonathan Brice Traci Anderson Julie Wade 3/22
16 Focus on Human Capital Professional development Effective Instructional Strategies and content knowledge Training for teachers will include effective strategies, content knowledge as well as cultural competence. OSFE Betty Collins Arronza LaBatt; Ruschelle Reuben Julie Wade 5/17
17 Focus on Human Capital Support Staff – Pathways to teaching opportunities Pathways for supporting services staff who want to become teachers will be developed and implemented to build our workforce with highly effective committed educators. OHRD Lance Dempsey Diane Smith Rachel Hickson 2/28
18 Focus on Human Capital Intensify equity and excellence hiring Equity and excellence and hiring efforts will be expanded and accelerated and will include recruiting, retaining and developing employees. OHRD Lance Dempsey Diane Smith Rachel Hickson 2/8
                 
Item # Priority Item Description Office Priority Lead Delivery Unit Support OSA Support Check in/ Timelines
19 Focus on Community Partnerships and Engagement STEM Expand STEM courses/programs and extra-curricular programs to increase representation of traditionally under-represented students in these fields OCIP Scott Murphy Latrice Rogers Donna Blaney 3/15
20 Focus on Community Partnerships and Engagement Family Support Support to families will be improved to include more materials for parents to help children succeed in school. OCOS Jonathan Brice Traci Anderson Helen Wang 5/10
21 Focus on Community Partnerships and Engagement East County Arts Create an East County arts elementary program that embeds music in the weekly learning experience for students OCIP Erick Lang Latrice Rogers Kecia Addison 3/22
22 Focus on Community Partnerships and Engagement ACES Expansion Expand ACES to additional schools (continuing with support to 11 and 12th graders) OSE Chris Richardson & Barbara Friedlander Barbara Friedlander Natalie Wolanin 4/26
                 
Item # Priority Item Description Office Priority Lead Delivery Unit Support OSA Support Check in/ Timelines
23 Focus on Operational Excellence Enhancing Business Systems improve business systems that are either obsolete or cumbersome to create effective and efficient business operations. OCTO Sherwin Collette Steve Dolney N/A 5/3
24 Focus on Operational Excellence Enhance School Registration Streamline the registration process for schools to create efficiencies and reduce errors. An online system will allow registration to be done electronically. OCTO Sherwin Collette Steve Dolney N/A 3/29
25 Focus on Operational Excellence Air Quality   OCOO Andy Zuckerman & James Song Essie McGuire, Sean Gallagher & Lynne Zarate N/A 5/24
26 Focus on Operational Excellence Maintenance   OCOO Andy Zuckerman & James Song Essie McGuire, Sean Gallagher & Lynne Zarate N/A 5/24
27 Focus on Operational Excellence HR Support HR/Lawson systems for schools OCTO Sherwin Collette Steve Dolney N/A 6/14
 

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