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District Presentation Brenda Young_Woodburn_REVISED


  • OMLI 2008 Summer Leadership Symposium July 31 August 2, 2008Woodburn School District

  • Who We Are

    Some Characteristics

    5,000 Students83% of Hispanic or Russian descent80% Free or Reduced LunchCommitment to Social Justice & Educational Equity

  • Woodburn School District English Language Proficiency Levels16%32%20%25%7%

  • Foundation for Success Solid Math Content/Leadership Base

    Collaborative Teams

    Collaborative Data Analysis

    Effective Use of Tools and Processes

  • Evidence of student achievement exceeding state performance averages when OMLI model fully implemented

  • AccomplishmentsData Tells Our Story

  • Lincoln Elementary

    Strong leadership team

    OMLI Coach mentorship key factor

    2008 data equaled state results: increase of 14% from 2003 pre-OMLI numbers

  • Valor Middle School

    Largest district team weekly meetings

    Involved entire Math staff

    Strong administrative support

    Looping approach

  • Valor DataPercentage of LEP 8th grade students meeting or exceeding state benchmark grew nearly 20% from 2003 to 2008, compared to 2% at state level

    Total 8th grade population scores grew almost 25% compared to 7% at state level

  • French Prairie Middle School

    Strong leadership team

    2008 Student OAKS scores 21% higher than 2003

    Personal investment in OMLI project

  • High School Data2008 OAKS Math ResultsSmall HS vs. State by Subgroup

  • GROWTH PROJECTIONSMEET/EXCEED MATHBENCHMARK BY SUBGROUP2001-2007 = Actual2008-2014 = Projected**unable to project Students with Disabilities data due to lack of any real trend2008

  • 2014 State BenchmarkHistorical ProgressNew ODE cut scores effective*Projections adjusted to include estimated margin of error

  • District Wide Future Data Projections: with OMLI vs. without

  • CLOSING COMMENTSOur participation in the OMLI project has had a powerful impact on mathematical discourse and student achievement.

    We are committed to continue and expand our implementation of the OMLI teaching model.

    We value collaboration with our higher education partners.

    We are grateful to the Teachers Development Group for their support.