Item 4 Update on the Development of the California State Plan for the Every Student Succeeds Act: A
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Item 4 Update on the Development of the California State Plan for the Every Student Succeeds Act: A

Education. ESSA Background. The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). Signed into law by President Obama December 2015. Reauthorization of the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). Replaces the No Child Left Behind Act.

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Item 4 Update on the Development of the California State Plan for the Every Student Succeeds Act: A




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Item 4

Update on the Development of the California State Plan for the Every Student Succeeds Act: Approval of the Revisions to the State Plan for Resubmission to the U.S. Department of

Education

Slide2

ESSA Background

The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)

Signed into law by President Obama December 2015

Reauthorization of the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA)

Replaces the No Child Left Behind Act

Purpose: to ensure educational equity and opportunity for disadvantaged and high-needs students

Supplements state programs

Slide3

Fiscal Analysis

California’s total kindergarten through grade twelve funding from the 2017–18 California Budget Act is $92.5 billion

:

State $55.4 billion

Local $29.0 billion

Federal $8.1 billion

ESSA represents 3% of California’s education budget, approximately $2.8 billion

Slide4

Beyond the ESSA State Plan

New standards, frameworks, and instructional materials

New assessment system

Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF)

New accountability and continuous improvement system

Multiple-indicator system with 13 statutory student groups

Support for districts with struggling student groups

This work will continue well beyond the approval of the ESSA State Plan

Slide5

California’s ESSA State Plan

Committed to ensuring ESSA State Plan meets federal requirements while allowing California to fully implement the LCFF

California has been working to develop an integrated state, federal and local accountability system grounded in the principles of LCFF, which empowers local communities to make local decisions to address local needs

Slide6

CA ESSA State Plan Revision

Timeline, Part 1

State Plan submitted to

the U.S. Department of Education (ED)

September 15, 2017

Peer Reviews on Title I, Title III, and McKinney-Vento sections took place October 30–November 3, 2017

ED had 120 days from the date of submission to review State Plan

Slide7

CA ESSA State Plan Revision

Timeline, Part 2

December 2017: ED provided interim feedback and peer review notes

January 9, 2018: ESSA Stakeholder Meeting (accountability)

January 18, 2018: SBE approves revised State Plan, with revisions

January 25, 2018: California resubmitted State Plan

Slide8

CA ESSA State Plan Revision

Timeline, Part 3

February 2018:

State Board of Education (SBE)

and

California Department of Education (CDE) staff

met with ED staff to discuss areas of feedback

March 2, 2018: SBE published Board item related to proposed revisions for March

meeting

Additional attachments and addendums posted March 7, 9, and 13, 2018

March 7, 2018: ESSA Stakeholder Meeting (accountability

)

Slide9

CA ESSA State Plan Revision

Timeline, Part 4

March 14, 2018: SBE will consider taking action to approve revisions to State Plan sections: A.5, E.1, and I.7.g

ESSA Stakeholder

Webinar prior to the SBE additional meeting

Additional SBE Meeting

within the next

month to consider

proposed

accountability revisions

to ESSA State

Plan

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Recommendation

The

CDE recommends that the SBE approve the revisions to sections

A.5, E.1, and I.7.g,

of the State Plan, pending the SBE Executive Director approval of final revisions requested by the SBE and correction of any typographical errors

.

The CDE further recommends that the SBE consider further proposed revisions to section A of the State Plan at an additional meeting.

Slide11

Handout

March 14, 2018

SBE Meeting

Disproportionate Rates of Access to Educators

Title III, Entrance and Exit Procedures

McKinney-Vento

Additional Meeting

Status and Change

Indicator-specific issues

Measurements of interim progress

Weighting of indicators

School identification

Exit Criteria

N-size

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March 14, 2018 SBE

Meeting Attachments, Part 1

Attachment 1: Proposed Revisions to California’s Consolidated ESSA State Plan, Section 508 of the federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973 Version

Attachment

2: Proposed Revisions to California’s Consolidated ESSA State Plan, Tracked Changes Version

Attachment

3: Matrix of the U.S. Department of Education’s Interim Feedback Cross-Referenced with California’s Consolidated ESSA State

Plans

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March 14, 2018 SBE

Meeting Attachments, Part 2

Addendum 1: P

roposed

revisions to the sections of the State Plan related to Weighting of Indicators and School

Identification

Addendum 2: Provides

additional data tables

to be

submitted in the revised

State

Plan

the SBE

will consider for

approval

Slide14

Areas of Feedback

Disproportionate

Rates of Access to Educators (A.5

)

Title III, Part A, Subpart 1: English Language Acquisition and Language Enhancement, Entrance and Exit Procedures (E.1)

Education for Homeless Children and Youth program, McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act, Title VII, Subtitle B Access to Services, Assistance from Counselors (I.7.g)