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Revised student transfer plan

Revised student transfer plan

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Revised student transfer plan, approved by the Buffalo school board on Aug. 12, 2013. Officially titled the "Public School Choice Corrective Action Plan." Yellow highlights refer to late revisions made by the district in response to the state's critique letter on Aug. 10.
Revised student transfer plan, approved by the Buffalo school board on Aug. 12, 2013. Officially titled the "Public School Choice Corrective Action Plan." Yellow highlights refer to late revisions made by the district in response to the state's critique letter on Aug. 10.

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BUFFALO PUBLIC SCHOOLSPUBLIC SCHOOL CHOICE (PSC) CORRECTIVE ACTION PLAN
18/8/13
Overall Goal:
 
 Increase the number of students in the Buffalo Public Schools receiving PSC transfers through anestablished application process.
 
SCHOOL YEAR NUMBER OF PSCAPPLICATIONS RECEIVEDTOTAL NUMBER OF PROJECTEDNEW SEATSESTABLISHED INSCHOOLS OFGOOD STANDINGPERCENT OFTRANSFERSGRANTED*2013-20142,219
(actual)
300-500
(estimated)
14-23%
(estimated)
 2014-20152,000
(estimated)
900-1250
(estimated)
45-63%
(estimated)
 2015-20162,000
(estimated)
1300-1750
(estimated)
65-88%
(estimated)
 
* In 2012-2013 parents declined or did not respond to PSC transfer offers at a rate of approximately 40%. Althoughthis is not assumed for these projections, such patterns may yield greater rates of interested parents having their transfersgranted than are represented in this chart.
 
BUFFALO PUBLIC SCHOOLSPUBLIC SCHOOL CHOICE (PSC) CORRECTIVE ACTION PLAN
28/8/13
Explain the District’s overall strategy for making Public School Choice available to all eligible students who request Public
 School Choice. Identify key timelines and milestones in the Public School Choice process for the 2013-2014 school year andbeyond.
 
Goal 1:
 
Open two (2) new schools; elementary or secondary as Schools in Good Standing by September, 2014 and September, 2015.
Increased Additional Seat Capacity Beyond Estimated Annual Vacancies of Approximately 200 Seats:300-450 (2014-15)300-450 (2015-16)
Activities Start Date End Date Documentation/Evidence Person(s) Responsible
Receive consensusfrom the BOE incommittee anddetermine available buildings; to publishRFPs for EPOs,district-sponsored, andindependent charters.September,2013September,2013BOE Committee Agenda SuperintendentAnalyze associated physical plant costs for re-opening a closedschool site and requestguidance from NYSED on attainingmaximumreimbursement levelsfor capitalimprovements.September,2013October,2013Published costs estimates Chief Financial Officer Executive Director PlantServicesTechnicalassistance/presentation from NYSED
 
BUFFALO PUBLIC SCHOOLSPUBLIC SCHOOL CHOICE (PSC) CORRECTIVE ACTION PLAN
38/8/13
Summarize associatedoperations costs andreimbursement levels(transportation, foodservices, maintenance,etc.) associated withre-opening a closedschool sites.September,2013October,2013Published cost estimates Chief Financial Officer Technicalassistance/presentation from NYSEDPublish RFPs for EPO,district-sponsored, andindependent charter school governance of  potential new schools.Due November, 2013.October,2013October,2013Request for Proposals Chief of Curriculum,Assessment & InstructionChief Financial Officer Analyze staffingrequirements and costsfor selected programtype and location. November,2013December,2013Published cost estimates Chief of Talent ManagementChiefs of School LeadershipChief Financial Officer Conduct review of RFP responses with anestablished rubric. November,2013 November,2013Rubric Review Chief of Curriculum,Assessment & InstructionSubmitrecommendations for BOE Review of  proposals anddetermine options for school model bestsuited for potentialopenings (EPO,charter, traditional)December,2013December,2013Presentation Materials Superintendent

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