Resource 9: Sample State Plan to Ensure Equitable Access to Excellent Educators



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Section 6. Conclusion

ADOE strongly supports the U.S. Department of Education’s goal of ensuring that every student has equitable access to excellent educators and welcomes this opportunity to present our plan for advancing this mission in State A. Our multi-faceted plan reflects extensive outreach to the community and thoughtful deliberation about actions that most likely will enable our schools and districts to attain this important objective. Although our plan will evolve over time, we believe that our theory of action and the four targeted strategies we have included in the plan embody a solid approach to improving educator effectiveness, particularly for those most in need. We look forward to proceeding with this plan.

Appendix A. State A’s Equitable Access Committee Membership

To actively engage a wide range of stakeholder contributions to the development of State A’s equitable access plan, planning began early to ensure a thorough representation of stakeholders at each meeting. The tables below illustrate stakeholder outreach for each key stakeholder group and their participation.


Educators

Organization

Stakeholder Name

Stakeholder Title

Participation

American Federation of Teachers – Urban District X Teachers Union

Kelly Long

President

Yes

Central High School West

Janelle Matthews

Classroom Teacher


Yes

Bronzeville Elementary School

Greg Peters

Classroom Teacher

Yes

State A Federation of Teachers

Joseph Donoghue

President

No

State A Association of Elementary and Secondary Principals

Charlene Miller

Executive Director


Yes

State A Association of School Administrators

Henry Gardner

Executive Director

No

Association of Rural and Small Schools – State A

Elizabeth Rosetti

Director

Yes


State Policymakers

Organization

Stakeholder Name

Stakeholder Title

Participation

State A Department of Education – Educator Evaluation Program

Jane Mendez

Coordinator


Yes

State A Department of Education – Office of Educator Quality

Corrinne Tompkins

Director

Yes

State A Department of Education – Policy Team

Bruce Williams

Director

No

State A Senate Education Committee

Michael Johnson

State Senator

No

State A Office of the Governor

Kellyn Reagan

Education Advisor

Yes

Parents and Students

Organization

Stakeholder Name

Stakeholder Title

Participation

State A Parent Teacher Association

Patrick Keller

PTA State President

Yes

Parent Education Association of State A

Cate Liu

President

Yes

Thomas James High School


Ava Lynn Freeman

President, Student Advisory Committee

No

Lincoln High School

Mike Zylund

President, Student Body

Yes


Local Stakeholders

Organization

Stakeholder Name

Stakeholder Title

Participation

Urban City X School Board

Hannah Crowley

CEO

Yes

Rural Town X School Board

Luis Floyd

Chairman

Yes

Urban City X Public Schools – Human Capital

Maggie Sandoval

Chief

Yes

Suburban Town X Public Schools – Educator Evaluation

Theo Harper

Director

No


Community Organizations

Organization


Stakeholder Name

Stakeholder Title

Participation

Civil Rights Organization – urban local chapter

Frederick Shelton

Vice-President

Yes

Civil Rights Organization – rural local chapter

Amy Kirkpatrick

President

Yes

State A Business Roundtable

Robin Benton

Vice-President

Yes


Higher Education Partners and Preparation Programs

Organization

Stakeholder Name

Stakeholder Title

Participation

(Public) University of State A – College of Education

Joe Martinez

Dean

Yes

Alternative Teacher Program

Mark Van Der Haal

Director

Yes

Urban City X –Teaching Fellows


Casey Bookman

Program Director

Yes

Many more stakeholders participated in our two sets of regional meetings in the eastern, central, and western areas of State A.




Stakeholder Group

Three Regional Meetings (December 2014)

Three Regional Meetings (January 2015)

Teachers

143

127

Principals

24

59

Community and business organizations

43

48

Parents

54

48

District Administrators and School Board Members

61

73

Finally, State A Equitable Access committee members were asked to engage stakeholders more widely among their peers in their local communities. The following additional stakeholders were involved in informing our equitable access work:


Committee Member and Stakeholder Group


Date of Meeting

# Stakeholders

Educators







Kelly Long

3/1/15

23

Janelle Matthews

2/12/15

18

Greg Peters

2/7/15

12

Charlene Miller

3/11/15

19

Elizabeth Rosetti

2/10/15

22










State Policy Leaders







Jane Mendez

2/8/15

9

Corrinne Tompkins

3/12/15


4

Kellyn Reagan

3/5/15

14










Parents







Patrick Keller

2/17/15

22

Cate Liu

2/4/15

20










Students







Mike Zylund

2/14/15

6










School Board Members and District Staff







Hannah Crowley

2/19/15


16

Luis Floyd

2/4/15

12

Maggie Sandoval

3/14/15

14










Community Organizations







Frederick Shelton

2/20/15

12

Amy Kirkpatrick

2/18/15

19

Robin Benton

2/28/15

15










Higher Education/Educator Preparation







Joe Martinez

3/4/15

18

Mark Van Der Haal


2/20/15

14

Casey Bookman

2/6/15

12



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