• Seattle Public Schools (SPS)• University of Washington College of Education (UW)• The Seattle Education Association (SEA)• The Alliance for Education
3. Please use the table below to fill out contact information for your district(s) including full namesof contact person/people, title(s), email(s), telephone number(s), and name of lead applicant(s).
FullNameDistrictTitleEmail TelephoneNumberLeadApplicantCloverCoddSeattle PublicSchoolsExecutive DirectorStrategic Planningclcodd@seattleschools.org(206)478-9948ContactPerson 1Mark TaylorSeattle (Alliancefor Education)Grants Director,Alliance forEducationmark@alliance4ed.org(206) 205-0342ContactPerson 2KevinCorriganSeattle PublicSchoolsGrants Director, SPSkgcorrigan@seattleschools.org(206) 252-0222ContactPerson 3MarisaBierSeattle (Alliancefor Education)STR Director,Alliance forEducationmarisa@alliance4ed.org(206) 205-0338ContactPerson 4SaraMorrisSeattle (Alliancefor Education)CEO, Alliance forEducationsara@alliance4ed.org(206) 205-0330ContactPerson 5 ContactPerson 6 ContactPerson 7
3. Summary of Proposal3. Summary of Proposal
The application will be for a:
Continuing Project of a Round 1 Project ending in 2014
5. Summary of Proposal5. Summary of Proposal
Please describe any changes or course corrections made from Round 1Project.
The first year of implementation of the STR has informed many changes. Here is a summary of two inparticular: the introduction of Studio Days and improvements in the STR resident admissions and selectionprocess. (This answer is limited to a summary of changes made in this year's program; a description of our2014-15 enhancement and expansion plans is included in our answer to number 9, below.)STUDIO DAYSSTR determined early in the school year that the program needed to intensify its focus on: (1) the languageneeds of English Language Learners (ELL); and (2) coaching in Math instruction. Responding to the need, theSTR Math Methods instructor and ELL Instructor (faculty members at the UW College of Education) co-created a