Monday, June 22, 2009

CEP Planning Conference -July 17,2009

2009 Summer
Comprehensive Educational Planning Conference:
Planning for Success
Sponsored by The Office of School Improvement and
The Office of English Language Learners, Division of Teaching and Learning
• Learn effective strategies for
planning for school success from
well‐known author Mike
Schmoker.

• Attend clinics conducted by the
Office of School Improvement,
Office of English Language
Learners, Division of
Accountability and Achievement
Resources, SSO/ISC/CFN partners,
and Office for Family
Engagement and Advocacy.
Clinics will address the various
components of the cycle of
continuous school improvement,
as well as specific parts of the
CEP.

• Receive assistance in developing
SMART Goals, Action Plans,
Language Allocation Policies,
Parent Involvement Policies and
School‐Parent Compacts.

• Receive feedback on your
school’s preliminary CEP.

• Receive training for the iPlan CEP
development tool.
Friday, July 17, 2009
8:30 a.m. — 5:00 p.m.
New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge
333 Adams Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
About the keynote: Mike Schmoker has worked on school and district
improvement, assessment, curriculum and staff development as a central
administrator in two school districts. His practical ideas and key strategies
have provided school communities with the tools to become “assessment
literate,” keeping them on the path of con‐
tinuous school improvement. His conceptual
framework emphasizes teamwork, goals,
performance data, accelerating results, and
drawing on the knowledge base, as well as
the need to act through broad‐based leader‐
ship. All conference participants will receive
a complimentary copy of Mike Schmoker’s
latest book, Results Now: How We Can
Achieve Unprecedented Improvements in Teaching and Learning.

Who should attend? Principals, Teachers, Parent Leaders, and other
School Leadership Team Members, as well as Network Leaders and
other non‐school‐based staff.


How do you register? DOE employees can register on Protraxx at
http://pd.nycoit.org. Parents who are members of School Leadership
Teams can register at: http://schools.nyc.gov/Offices/OFEA. For further
information, please contact the Office of School Improvement at
212‐374‐5757. This a free professional development opportunity that is
not to be missed!
Constituents from school
communities will have an
opportunity to work with the
keynote speaker and represen‐
tatives from Central Office in
developing their 2009‐10
Comprehensive Education Plan
(CEP), gaining a deeper
understanding of the
continuous improvement
planning process.
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