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Senate Bill 909 The Oregon Education Investment Board House Interim Committee on Education September 22, 2011 Dollars (Trillions) Tim Nesbitt, Oregon Education Investment Project Manager
Senate Bill 909 “The Oregon Education Investment Board is established for the purpose of ensuring that all public school students in this state reach the education outcomes established for the state. The board shall accomplish this goal by overseeing a unified public education system that begins with early childhood services and continues throughout public education from kindergarten to post-secondary education. ”
The Destination (SB 253) • 40% of adult Oregonians have earned a bachelor's degree or higher (now 30%); • 40% of adult Oregonians have earned an associate’s degree or postsecondary credential as their highest level of educational attainment (now 18%); and • 20% of all adult Oregonians have earned at least a high school diploma, an extended or modified high school diploma, or the equivalent of a high school diploma as their highest level of educational attainment (now 42%).
The “P-20” Continuum: From Early Childhood to College and Career • 38 states have a P-16 or P-20 Council • 5 states have a consolidated single governance agency: FL, ID, IA, NY, MI
Education Continuum: Early Childhood to College & Careers An Outcomes-based Perspective Ready to Learn Numeracy and Literacy Fluency Ready for Rigor Ready for College or Career Entry Locally and Globally Competitive
Ten-year Budget Project: Proposed Outcome Statements 1. All Oregon children enter kindergarten ready to learn. 2. All Oregonians get as far along the learning pathway as quickly as possible while meeting their individual needs. 3. All Oregonians graduate from high school and are college and career ready. 4. All Oregonians who pursue education beyond high school achieve a degree or certificate and are ready to contribute to Oregon’s economy.
Senate Bill 909 First Phase Deliverables: 2012 • Early childhood services plan and agenda for implementation beginning June 30, 2012 • Integrated, statewide, student-centered data system for implementation beginning June 30, 2012 • Chief Education Officer job description, recruitment and hire • Potential governance changes -- mergers of boards, transfers of duties, officials reporting to the board • Other proposals to “carry out the duties of the board”
Statewide Data System to Support Outcome-Based Education Integrated across all institutions Longitudinal Learner based Useful!!!
Early Childhood Services Plan (Beginning June 30, 2012) • Merge, redesign or improve EC services and align them with child-centered outcomes • Establish kindergarten readiness assessments and benchmarks • Identify children and families at risk and establish family support managers • Consolidate, align juvenile crime prevention and related programs
Governance Questions the Board May Address • Merger and transfer of duties to OEIB for the Board of Education and the Board of Higher Education (in the context of the Higher Education Coordinating Commission) by 6/30/12 • Transfer of duties of the Comm. on Children & Families to OEIB by 6/30/12 • Requiring the Chancellor, the CCWD Commissioner and the Director of OSAC to report to the Chief Education Officer by 6/30/12
An Investment-Based Approach: Some Concepts To Be Considered • Defining outcome measures • Investing in outcomes • Prioritizing investments • Tight-Loose framework • Achievement compacts
Basic Funding Framework (For illustration only) State Funding (Billions) Year
SB 909 and Oregon Education Investment Model Governor Legislature Budgets Statutory Policies SYSTEM-WIDE POLICIES & SUPPORT INVESTMENT DELIVERY 0 - 20 Early Learning/Education Providers Chief Education Officer Oregon Education Investment Board Higher Education Coordinating Commission Early Learning Council HB 3418 Taskforce Comm. on Children & Families Board of Education Board of Higher Education Joint Boards Oregon Student Assistance Commission A C c o h m i e p t v a c e m t e s n Pathways Standards and Policies Assessments Audit Data Systems Early Childhood K - 12 Community OUS Colleges