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Continuous Improvement Plan

Continuous Improvement Plan (CIP)
CIP Requirements 581-022-0606

Each District Shall:
How Beaverton does this:
(1) Conduct self-evaluations in order to develop and/or update their local district continuous improvement plans on a biennial basis. The self-evaluation process shall involve the public in the setting of local goals. The school districts shall ensure that representatives from the demographic groups of their school population are invited to participate in the development of local district continuous improvement plans to achieve the goals.

The Strategic Plan established a five-year goal and core strategies for achieving the District Goal.

Throughout the 2008-09 school year, the School Board led a strategic planning effort for the District. The outcome was the development of the vision, mission, goals, and priorities for the next five years. These will define our vision of an excellent school district with high student achievement and strong community connections.

Representative stakeholders are also involved in the improvement planning process. Stakeholders involved in the development of plan elements are frequently listed in the plan.

(2) As part of setting local goals, school districts shall undertake a communications process that involves parents, students, teachers, school employees and community representatives to explain and discuss the local goals and their relationship to programs under this chapter.
(3) The local district continuous improvement plan shall include:
Primary locations:
(a) A rigorous curriculum aligned with state standards;
College & Career (CCR) Framework
(b) High-quality instructional programs;
College & Career (CCR) Framework
(c) Short-term and long-term professional development plans;
College & Career (CCR) Framework and 2141 Professional Development Plan
(d) Programs and policies to achieve a safe educational environment;
Equity Plan, Long Range Facilities Plan
(e) A plan for family and community engagement;
Volunteerism & Engagement Plan
(f) Staff leadership development;
College & Career (CCR) Framework and 2141 Professional Development Plan
(g) High-quality data systems;
Technology Plan
(h) Improvement planning that is data-driven;
Strategic Plan Framework and Balanced Scorecard
(i) Education service plans for students who have or have not exceeded all of the academic content standards;
College & Career (CCR) Framework
(j) A review of demographics, student performance, staff characteristics and student access to, educational opportunities; and
College & Career Readiness and Individual Student Growth Report Plans and updates
(k) District efforts to achieve local efficiencies and efforts to make better use of resources.
Sustainability Plan
(4) Annually review and report test results and progress on the district improvement plan to the community.
College & Career Readiness and Individual Student Growth Report Plans and updates - listed below: