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FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. Dr. Eric J. Smith. Commissioner of Education. T. WILLARD FAIR, Chairman.
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FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
STATE BOARD OF E DUCATION KATHLEEN SHANAHAN, Chair
Commissioner of Education
ROBERTO MARTÍNEZ Vice Chair
Members SALLY BRADSHAW GARY CHARTRAND DR. AKSHAY DESAI BARBARA S. FEINGOLD JOHN R. PADGET
District School Superintendents District School Assistant Superintendents
SUBJECT: District Action Planning Process (DAPP) for Implementation of a Multitiered System of Support (MTSS) The Florida Problem-Solving/Response to Intervention (FL PS/RtI), the Florida Positive Behavior Support/Response to Intervention for Behavior (FLPBS/RtI:B) Project, and the Florida Differentiated Accountability (DA) initiative have collaborated to support a District Action Planning Process (DAPP). The DAPP is designed to support each district’s effort to increase their capacity in order to implement a Multi-tiered System of Support (MTSS) successfully within a problem-solving process. The DAPP “way of work” is a collaborative process between the MTSS District Support Team (members from all three programs) and a District Leadership Team (DLT). The DAPP is a fourstep problem-solving process that is preceded with an initial step that prepares the district to participate in the process effectively and efficiently. MTSS District Support Team personnel will facilitate the DLT through each step of the process: Step 1: Initiation of District Collaboration: The process of providing assistance with submitting an application for MTSS support. Step 2: Needs Assessment Process: The interview and data collection process for identifying areas of strength and need. DR. MICHAEL GREGO
CHANCELLOR OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS
325 W. GAINES STREET • TALLAHASSEE, FL 32399-0400 • (850) 245-0505 • www.fldoe.org
District Action Planning Process (DAPP) for Implementation of a Multi-tiered System of Support (MTSS) September 21, 2011 Page Two Step 3: Needs Assessment Debriefing/Action Planning: The process of analyzing results of Needs Assessment, prioritizing areas of concern, and developing action plans. Step 4: Implementation of Training Technical Assistance and/or Support to Districts: The implementing of action plans to delineate how district training and technical assistance will be provided, and by whom. Step 5: Evaluation Protocol: The MTSS District Support Team will assist the DLT with assessing outcomes, process, etc. for evaluating success of MTSSS activities. Leadership from the FLPBS, PSRTI, and DA Projects are committed to providing effective and efficient support via this DAPP process. Initially, the DAPP process will be offered to interested districts based on the availability of project resources. Districts that are interested in participating in the DAPP should contact Heather Diamond, FDOE/MTSS Liaison at [email protected] or 850-245-0925, for further information and the materials to submit to initiate the process. MG/fh
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