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Oregon Bulletin

November 1, 2013

Oregon Education Investment Board, Chapter 705

Rule Caption: Regarding Achievement Compacts

Adm. Order No.: OEIB 2-2013

Filed with Sec. of State: 10-11-2013

Certified to be Effective: 10-11-13

Notice Publication Date: 9-1-2013

Rules Adopted: 705-010-0072

Rules Amended: 705-010-0030, 705-010-0035, 705-010-0045, 705-010-0055, 705-010-0065, 705-010-0070

Subject: These amendments and rule are necessary to bring the rules into alignment with legislation passed in the 2013 legislative session.

Rules Coordinator: Seth Allen—(503) 378-8213

705-010-0030

Distribution of Compacts to Education Entities

(1) The Board shall distribute achievement compacts to all education entities no later than 120 days prior to the date by which the achievement compact must be completed as set forth in 705-010-0035.

(2) Distribution may be done by electronic means.

Stat. Auth.: 2012 OL Ch. 36 Sec. 14 (Enrolled SB 1581)

Stats. Implemented: 2012 OL Ch. 36 Sec. 14 (Enrolled SB 1581)

Hist.: OEIB 2-2012(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 3-29-12 thru 9-25-12; OEIB 4-2012, f. & cert. ef. 9-21-12; OEIB 2-2013, f. & cert. ef. 10-11-13

705-010-0035

Completion and Execution of Achievement Compacts

(1) The governing body of each education entity must complete and execute its achievement compact with the Board annually by the following dates:

(a) For school districts and education service districts, by October 15.

(b) For community colleges, public universities and the Oregon Health and Science University, by June 30.

(2) Completion means that the governing body shall identify a target number and percentage of students for achievement of the outcomes, measures of progress and goals specified in the achievement compact for the fiscal year, as directed by the Board. The Board may waive the requirement to identify both a target number and percentage of students and require either a number or percentage for specific outcome measures, depending on the specifications of the compacts it approves.

(3) Education entities may provide a range of target numbers and percentages, but the Board shall use the lowest figure of any range provided.

(4) Education entities may provide target numbers and percentages for years beyond the next year.

(5) Execution of an achievement compact requires the signature of the chair or president of the governing board or that of its chief executive officer and its submission to the Board. Electronic signature is permitted.

(6) Community colleges, public universities and the Oregon Health Sciences Universities may submit executed achievement compacts by electronic means. School districts and education service districts must complete achievement compacts through the Oregon Department of Education’s secure web-based portal designated for that purpose.

Stat. Auth.: 2012 OL Ch. 36 Sec. 14 (Enrolled SB 1581)

Stats. Implemented: 2012 OL Ch. 36 Sec. 14 (Enrolled SB 1581)

Hist.: OEIB 2-2012(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 3-29-12 thru 9-25-12; OEIB 4-2012, f. & cert. ef. 9-21-12; OEIB 2-2013, f. & cert. ef. 10-11-13

705-010-0045

Communications

As part of the process of entering into an achievement compact, the governing body of an education entity shall ensure that open communications are provided to parents, students, teachers or faculty, employees, exclusive bargaining representatives and community representatives for the purposes of explaining and discussing the outcomes, measures of progress, goals and targets specified in the achievement compact for the fiscal year.

Stat. Auth.: 2012 OL Ch. 36 Sec. 14 (Enrolled SB 1581)

Stats. Implemented: 2012 OL Ch. 36 Sec. 14 (Enrolled SB 1581)

Hist.: OEIB 2-2012(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 3-29-12 thru 9-25-12; OEIB 4-2012, f. & cert. ef. 9-21-12; OEIB 2-2013, f. & cert. ef. 10-11-13

705-010-0055

Receipt and Acceptance of Achievement Compacts

(1) The Chief Education Officer shall acknowledge receipt of each achievement compact and shall inform the education entity of the Board’s acceptance of any local priorities within 30 days of receipt of the achievement compact.

(2) The Board shall make available on its website the achievement compacts received and summary reports of the information contained in the achievement compacts.

Stat. Auth.: 2012 OL Ch. 36 Sec. 14 (Enrolled SB 1581)

Stats. Implemented: 2012 OL Ch. 36 Sec. 14 (Enrolled SB 1581)

Hist.: OEIB 2-2012(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 3-29-12 thru 9-25-12; OEIB 4-2012, f. & cert. ef. 9-21-12; OEIB 2-2013, f. & cert. ef. 10-11-13

705-010-0065

End-of-Year Reports

(1) For terms of achievement compacts that are carried forward in identical form from one fiscal year to the next, an education entity’s report of results in a subsequent year’s achievement compact shall represent its report of final results for a given fiscal year.

(2) For terms of achievement compacts that are not carried forward in identical form from one fiscal year to the next, the education entity shall report its results in conjunction with its data reports for the Oregon Report Card or in separate reports within 120days after the close of the fiscal year.

Stat. Auth.: 2012 OL Ch. 36 Sec. 14 (Enrolled SB 1581)

Stats. Implemented: 2012 OL Ch. 36 Sec. 14 (Enrolled SB 1581)

Hist.: OEIB 4-2012, f. & cert. ef. 9-21-12; OEIB 2-2013, f. & cert. ef. 10-11-13

705-010-0070

Achievement Compact Advisory Committees

(1) Each school district, as defined in ORS 332.022, and each education service district operated under ORS Chapter 334 shall form an achievement compact advisory.

(2) An achievement compact advisory committee shall be responsible for ensuring that achievement compacts are developed annually for each school year with input from educators, parents, community and staff of the district.

(3) An achievement compact advisory committee shall:

(a) Develop plans for achieving the district’s outcomes, measures of progress, goals and targets expressed in an achievement compact, including methods of assessing and reporting progress toward the achievement of goals and targets; and

(b) Recommend outcomes, measures of progress, goals and targets to be contained in the district’s achievement compact for the next fiscal year.

(4) Each achievement compact advisory committee shall present its recommendations in a report to the governing board of the district no later than May 1 of each year. An achievement compact advisory committee’s report and recommendations shall be considered by the governing board of the district when entering into an achievement compact for the next fiscal year. The governing board shall file the achievement compact advisory committee’s report with each achievement compact it adopts and forwards to the Board.

(5) Parent engagement is an important component in the advancement of Achievement Compacts. Each district needs to ensure that they have a process for allowing a diverse group of parents to share their perspectives and their recommendations about:

(a) District services that contribute to student success and instructional program quality;

(b) Student, school, and district progress toward the state’s 40-40-20 educational goals; and

(c) The type of academic program they believe will help students in their district succeed and support the state in reaching the 40-40-20 goal.

(6) School districts and education service districts shall make all materials, not containing confidential student information, available to the Achievement Compact committee shall be available to parent and community members. The narrative that will accompany the district compact should include a brief description of the parent engagement strategy and a summary of the recommendations they received from parents and the community.

Stat. Auth.: 2012 OL Ch. 36 Sec. 14 (Enrolled SB 1581)

Stats. Implemented: 2012 OL Ch. 36 Sec. 14 (Enrolled SB 1581)

Hist.: OEIB 4-2012, f. & cert. ef. 9-21-12; OEIB 5-2012(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 10-11-12 thru 4-9-13; Administrative correction, 4-22-13; OEIB 1-2013, f. & cert. ef. 5-2-13; OEIB 2-2013, f. & cert. ef. 10-11-13

705-010-0072

Achievement Compact Advisory Committees for Community College Districts and Public Universities

(1) Each community college district shall form an achievement compact advisory committee that meets the requirements of Section 202b, Chapter____, Oregon Laws 2013 (Enrolled House Bill 3120).

(2) An achievement compact advisory committee shall be responsible for ensuring that the college’s or university’s achievement compact is implemented for the 2013-14 fiscal year and subsequent fiscal years.

Stat. Auth.: 2012 OL Ch. 36 Sec. 14 (Enrolled SB 1581)

Stats. Implemented: 2012 OL Ch. 36 Sec. 14 (Enrolled SB 1581)

Hist.: OEIB 2-2013, f. & cert. ef. 10-11-13

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