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School Improvement


SIP Template
The School Improvement Plan is designed to implement the district’s vision for student learning as well as other goals deemed appropriate by each individual school.
References to SIP in Florida Statute and State Board Rule
Published by the Florida Bureau of School Improvement, and updated in November, 2014, this is a list of statute and rule references to the SIP.
Guide to 8-Step Problem Solving Process
This is a systems approach to change, requiring team members to accurately identify problems, analyse them to uncover root causes, formulate strategic goals, design and implement interventions, and utilize data to evaluate progress.
8-Step Problem Solving Process Worksheet
This worksheet is designed to help guide teams through the 8-step planning and problem-solving process with each strategic goal.
8-Step Problem Solving Process
This is simply a design graphic illustrating the 8-step planning and problem-solving process.
Florida Administrative Rule – Differentiated Accountability
Described are support strategies and responsibilities for schools identified based on their most recently released school grades. Differentiated Accountability (DA) generally refers to schools earning a grade of D or F.
Differentiated Accountability Category Descriptions
DA Support Categories are defined and requirements are listed.
Differentiated Accountability Schools 14-15
All DA schools in Florida for 14-15 are listed on this spreadsheet.
Using the SIP to Satisfy Title I Requirements
Title I schools are required to include specific components in their schoolwide programs pursuant to No Child Left Behind (NCLB).
Florida SIP and D, F Charter Schools
Provided is a list of all components a charter school with a current grade of D or F must include in its SIP.
School Improvement Grant Cohort 3 Grantees
Several of our schools have been awarded school improvement grants in the past. This document announces our most recent recipients: Sligh Middle School and Potter Elementary School.
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