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Wednesday, July 17 • 12:40pm - 3:30pm
KESA and Redesign – How Do They Work Together?

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This session will explore the connections between the Kansas Education Systems Accreditation (KESA) and the Kansas Can School Redesign Project (Redesign). KSDE has been working on an updated KESA Rubric that incorporates the Principles of Redesign, in cooperation with the Accreditation Advisory Council and others. A draft of that work will be shared for discussion, along with plans for how and when to finalize and implement the updated rubric. Currently, both programs address continuous school improvement initiatives, but they focus on it from different perspectives and have sometimes used slightly different language to do so. This work is intended to try make the connections between the two more seamless for systems to implement.

Speakers
avatar for David Barnes

David Barnes

KESA - Accreditation Coordinator, KSDE
I returned to KSDE as a consultant for KESA in 2018 after five years in the classroom, teaching math and science at the high school level. Previously, I worked with standards and assessments at KSDE for six years, in both math and science.
avatar for Jeannette Nobo

Jeannette Nobo

Assistant Director - Accreditation, KSDE
At KSDE for 32 years working in areas of accreditation, school improvement, equity and diversity, curriculum and assessment.


Wednesday July 17, 2019 12:40pm - 3:30pm CDT
Benson Education Center - Room 23