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Resolution 2013-36A - AS AMENDED 12/18

Resolution 2013-36A - AS AMENDED 12/18

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LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION BOND CITIZENS’ OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE
Bond Oversight Committee
333 S. Beaudry Avenue, 23
rd
 Floor Los Angeles, CA 90017
(T) 213.241.5183
(F) 213.241.8354
www.laschools.org/bond 
Stephen English, Chair
L.A. City Controller’s Office
Pamela Schmidt, Vice-Chair
Early Education Coalition
Quynh Nguyen, Secretary
LAUSD Student Parent
Scott Folsom, Executive Committee
Tenth District PTSA
Stuart Magruder, Executive Committee
 American Institute of Architects
Joseph P. Buchman – Legal Counsel
 Burke, Williams & Sorensen, LLP
Thomas A. Rubin, CPA
Oversight Committee Consultant
 
Bill Brewington
 Thirty-First District PTSA
Maria Cabildo
LAUSD Student Parent
Paul Escala
CA Charter School Association
Garrett Francis
 Assoc. General Contractors of CA
 
Abigail Marquez
L.A. City Mayor’s Office
Ron Miller
L.A. Co. Federation of Labor AFL-CIO
John Naimo
L.A. Co. Auditor-Controller’s Office
Barry Waite
CA Tax Reform Assn.
Susan Linschoten
 (Alternate) L.A. Co. Auditor-Controller’s Office
Elizabeth Lugo
(Alternate)
 
LAUSD Student Parent
Gary C. Anderson, PhD
Bond Administrator
Daniel Hwang
 Administrative Analyst
 
RESOLUTION 2013-36A BOARD REPORT NO. 129-13/14 AMENDMENT TO THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIVISION STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN TO UPDATE THE COMMON CORE TECHNOLOGY PROJECT
WHEREAS, District staff is proposing the Board of Education adopt an amendment to the Information Technology Division (ITD) Strategic Execution Plan (SEP) to update the Common Core Technology Project (CCTP) (the “Project”) by taking the following actions:
 
Add schools to the Project as follows:
 
38 schools (Phase 2 schools)
 
Up-to seven, infrastructure-ready, high schools (Phase 1L)
 
All non-Phase 1 and Phase 2 District K-12 schools, including all charter schools located on District campuses
 
Purchase and equip Project schools as follows:
 
Phase 2 schools with approximately 28,100 iPads, 26,600 of which are for students (including 2,000 for magnet center students) and the remaining 1,500 for school-based certificated staff (including 100 for magnet center certificated staff.
 
 
Phase 1 and 2 schools and Phase 2 magnet centers with approximately 53,400  physical keyboards for all grade 2-12 students and half of the students in kindergarten and 1
st
 grade. The approach to provide Phase 1 schools with keyboards in conjunction with the Phase 2 authorization was contemplated at the inception of the Project.
 
Phase 2 schools and Phase 2 magnet centers with approximately 950 storage/charging carts.
 
RESOLUTION 2013-36A AMENDMENT TO THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIVISION STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN TO UPDATE THE COMMON CORE TECHNOLOGY PROJECT PAGE 2
Bond Oversight Committee
333 S. Beaudry Avenue, 23
rd
 Floor Los Angeles, CA 90017
(T) 213.241.5183
(F) 213.241.8354
www.laschools.org/bond 
 
 Non-Phase 1 and 2 schools with storage/charging carts stocked with tablet devices and physical keyboards necessary to successfully conduct the 2014 Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium field testing next Spring. Based on the number of students required to take the 2014 Field Test, staff estimates the total not-to-exceed number of storage/charging carts of 1,101, consisting of 38,535 iPads and physical keyboards. (35 of each per cart). At the conclusion of school site surveys, the number of stocked storage/charging carts needed at each site will be adjusted accordingly. An informative detailing the results of the school site surveys will be provided upon completion.
 
Phase 1L schools with approximately 19,300 laptop computers, 18,300 of which are for students (including 2,600 for magnet center students) and the remaining 1,000 for school-based certificated staff (including 100 for magnet center certificated staff). It is intended that each laptop computer will be equipped with  preloaded content and software through subsequent procurements. WHEREAS, Several factors drove the selection of the schools to be included in Phases 1L and 2, including, but not limited to, further meeting the District’s obligations to commit to equity and access as mandated by the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) consent agreement, the need to understand the impact of classroom technology modernization among a wider spectrum of lower and higher  performing schools, and the need to prepare for a technology-enabled learning environment that can accommodate a wide range of different devices; and WHEREAS, The proposed actions will enable the District to comply with the Board of Education’s directive to implement a second phase of the Common Core Technology Project (CCTP), advancing efforts to modernize classrooms to prepare students to master Common Core State Standards and  proficient use of digital learning technology, equip educators with tools to advance student learning in the classroom, and further close the digital divide between those students who have and do not have access to the most advanced learning tools available; and WHEREAS, The estimated total investment for the proposed Amendment to the ITD SEP for the Project is $89,000,000. This project is being undertaken as part of the School Upgrade Program (SUP), and as such will be funded with Bond Program Funds allocated to the Common Core Technology Project "Category of Need" identified in the SUP - Spending Targets; and WHEREAS, District Staff has concluded that the proposed ITD SEP amendment will facilitate implementation of the ITD SEP, and therefore, it will not adversely affect the District’s ability to successfully complete the ITD SEP.
 
RESOLUTION 2013-36A AMENDMENT TO THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIVISION STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN TO UPDATE THE COMMON CORE TECHNOLOGY PROJECT PAGE 2
Bond Oversight Committee
333 S. Beaudry Avenue, 23
rd
 Floor Los Angeles, CA 90017
(T) 213.241.5183
(F) 213.241.8354
www.laschools.org/bond 
 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT: 1- The School Construction Bond Citizens’ Oversight Committee recommends that the Board of Education adopt an amendment to the Information Technology Division (ITD) Strategic Execution Plan (SEP) to update the Common Core Technology Project (CCTP) as described herein and in Board Report No. 129-13/14, a copy of which is attached hereto in the form it was  presented to the BOC and is incorporated herein by reference, except as otherwise specified below. 2- A maximum of 1,101 iPad carts and 38,535 iPads and keyboards are recommended for purposes of taking the Smarter Balanced Field Test in the Spring of the 2013-2014 school year, with the understanding that staff will make every reasonable effort to avoid the procurement of tablets and carts not explicitly required for this purpose. 3- Staff will return to the Bond Oversight Committee and Board of Education to report on the number of tablets and carts that will be needed for the 2014 Field Test. 4- After the 2014 Field Test is completed and staff has had the opportunity to assess the requirements for the number of tablets and carts required for the Spring 2015 Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium Common Core tests in light of other on-going CCTP events, staff will return to the Bond Oversight Committee and Board of Education with its recommendations for procurement for this purpose. 5- The Bond Oversight Committee strongly recommends that the District implement an inventory system for all desktops, laptops, tablets, and other computer devices at schools – which have been paid for predominantly with school construction bond funds – as soon as possible, with an ultimate objective of having a real-time system for such purpose. 6- The BOC Information Technology Task Force Report is an integral part of this resolution and shall be attached to it for all purposes. 7- This resolution shall be transmitted to the Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education and posted on the Bond Oversight Committee’s website. 8- That a written response as required by the Charter and Memorandum of Understanding between the Oversight Committee and the Board be provided to the Oversight Committee within 30 days, reporting either on action taken

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