Ley Que Ningún Niño Quede Atrás (Ley nclb de 2001), Título I, Sección 1114 Programas “Schoolwide”




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Side-by-Side Comparison: Comprehensive School Reform Program and Title I Schoolwide Program

The chart below shows how the features of the Comprehensive School Reform Demonstration Program and the ESEA Title I Schoolwide program complement one another. It also highlights some of the special areas of focus within each program, including features in the CSRD program that build on and further strengthen the approach of a Title I schoolwide program. It is important to note that while each program may have certain special emphases, these programs share the same spirit and aim - to encourage and support schoolwide reform that helps all children meet challenging state and local standards. A successful school should take all of the factors below into careful account in designing and implementing a quality school improvement plan.


Comprehensive School Reform Demonstration Program (CSRD)

Title I Schoolwide Program (SWP)

Special Emphases

Comprehensive Design with Aligned Components:

Comprehensive design for effective school functioning, including instruction, assessment, classroom management, professional development, parental involvement and school management, that aligns the schools’ curriculum, technology, professional development into a schoolwide reform effort designed to enable all students to meet challenging state content and performance standards and addresses results of needs assessment

  • Development of a comprehensive plan to improve the instructional program

  • Comprehensive needs assessment of the entire school based on student performance on state standards

  • Schoolwide reform strategies that address the needs of all children in the school

  • CSRD – Strong focus on addressing the core academic program for the entire school

  • SWP – Plans for assisting children in transition from pre-school to elementary school

Effective, Research-based Methods and Strategies: Innovative strategies and proven methods for student learning, teaching, and school management that are based on reliable research and effective practices, and have been replicated successfully in schools with diverse characteristics

  • Schoolwide reform strategies that are based on effective means for improving children’s achievement

  • Effective instructional strategies that increase the amount and quality of learning time and provide an enriched and accelerated curriculum, especially to students in target populations

  • CSRD – Research-based strategies for which there is solid evidence of effectiveness

  • SWP – Use of extended learning time, such as extended school year, before- and after-school programs, and summer school

Professional development:

High quality and continuous teacher and staff professional development and training

  • Instruction by highly qualified professional staff

  • Professional development for teachers and aides, and where appropriate, pupil services personnel, parents, principals, and other staff to support high standards

  • CSRD – Ongoing professional development as a central part of the reform effort

  • SWP – When feasible, training for teachers in how to identify and address individual student learning difficulties

Measurable goals and benchmarks:

Measurable goals for student performance tied to the State’s challenging content and student performance standards and benchmarks for meeting the goals

  • Annual review and update of schoolwide plan

  • Plan for how the school will determine whether the needs of students in target populations are being met

  • CSRD – Specific benchmarks indicating progress towards student performance goals

  • SWP – Measures to ensure that students’ difficulties are identified on a timely basis

  • SWP – Involvement of teachers in decisions regarding use of assessments

Support within the school:

The program is supported by school faculty, administrators, and staff

  • Involvement of teachers, principals, and other staff in development of schoolwide plan

  • CSRD – Awareness, commitment, and ongoing involvement of teachers, principal, and all staff

  • SWP – Inclusion of teachers in decisions regarding use of assessments

Parent and community involvement:

Meaningful involvement of parents and the local community in planning and implementing school improvement activities

  • Strategies to increase parental involvement, such as training for parents on helping students meet standards as appropriate

  • Involvement of parents and the community in development of a schoolwide plan

  • School provides assessment results to parents

  • CSRD – Parents and community involved specifically in school improvement

  • SWP – Parent-teacher conferences for any student that is not meeting the standards

  • SWP – Family literacy services as one possible strategy

External technical support and assistance:

High quality external technical support and assistance from a comprehensive school reform entity with experience or expertise in schoolwide reform and improvement

  • District and/or other technical assistance providers, such as a state school support team, assists school in developing a schoolwide plan

  • CSRD – External technical support is in addition to the integral role of the district in providing technical assistance

Evaluation strategies:

Plan for the evaluation of the implementation of school reforms and the student results achieved

  • Collection and disaggregation of data on student achievement

  • Plan for how the school will determine whether the needs of students in target populations are being met

  • CSRD – Evaluation of implementation and impact

  • CSRD – Strong district role in evaluation

Coordination of resources:

Coordination and reallocation of resources (funding, staff, time, equipment) to support and sustain the reform effort

  • Schoolwide plan indicates how Title I and other resources, including funding from other Federal and State programs, will be used to implement the plan

  • CSRD – Emphasis on reallocating resources in order to sustain the reform effort

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10 Key Components of School Improvement

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The International Center’s analysis of education research has shown that 10 key components are fundamental to school improvement. The best practices encouraged and promoted throughout the Successful Practices Network are based on these components.


  1. Create a culture that embraces the belief that all students need a rigorous and relevant curriculum and all children can learn.




  1. Use data to provide clear, unwavering focus to curriculum priorities that are both rigorous and relevant by identifying what is essential, nice to know, and not necessary.




  1. Set high expectations that are monitored; then hold both students and adults accountable for students’ continuous improvement in the priorities identified in #2 above.




  1. Create a framework to organize curriculum that drives instruction toward both rigor and relevance and leads to a continuum of instruction between grades and across disciplines.




  1. Provide students with real-world applications of the skills and knowledge taught in the academic curriculum.



  1. Create multiple pathways to rigor and relevance based upon a student’s interests, learning style, aptitude, and needs.




  1. Provide sustained professional development focused on the improvement of instruction.




  1. Obtain and leverage parent and community involvement successfully in schools.




  1. Establish and maintain a safe and orderly school.




  1. Offer effective leadership development for administrators, teachers, parents, and community.


Ongoing Initiative to Bring Effective Practices to Scale
Working in partnership with the Council of Chief State School Officers and with assistance from foundations and national education organizations, the Successful Practices Network is conducting an ongoing initiative designed to bring effective practices to scale by gathering and sharing information on schools that have been most successful at providing all students with a rigorous and relevant education.
In 2004, this initiative enabled us to add 30 of the nation’s most successful high schools as members of the Network and helped us create a rich resource of successful practices. We are now expanding the initiative to include elementary and middle schools as well as other high schools, with the goal of identifying 100+ proven and promising schools to include in the Network.
A national committee has developed comprehensive Student Learning Criteria to identify schools that are proven models of success based on data. Other schools will be identified as promising models of success based on a variety of preferred characteristics and practices that should lead to success in the future.
Promising schools receive the Student Learning Criteria to use for self-analysis to track their continuous improvement in having all students perform at high levels of rigor and relevance.
The Successful Practices Network is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization, a status that enables it to receive grants from foundations and other organizations to benefit the Network as a whole.

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