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Bell Times Analysis:


Decision-making Framework

June 7, 2014
Board Retreat
This presentation is intended to provide a brief overview of
potential framework templates, discussion of the
recommended framework, processes, timelines and milestones.
Framework Options
Public Involvement (Community Engagement) Framework
Bell Times Analysis decision making framework
Timelines and Milestones
Discussion
Overview
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Framework Options

Framework Definition
Broad overview, outline, or skeleton of interlinked
items which supports a particular approach to a specific
objective, and serves as a guide that can be modified as
required by adding or deleting items.

Framework Options
Public Education Leadership Project (PELP) Coherence
Risk Assessment
Health Care
New Student Assignment Plan Framework


The School Board adopted a framework for a new
student assignment plan:
Goals
Provide equitable access to programs and services.
Offer opportunities for school choice.
Foster diversity.
Support stronger family engagement with schools.
Be easy to understand.
Provide predictability and continuity for families.
Be feasible and cost effective to implement and to sustain over time.
Multi-year timeline and anticipated schedule of activities
Student Assignment
Framework
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The Value
of Community Engagement
Community Engagement Initiatives
Relationships with organized groups
Informed
decisions
Understanding of
public values
Better
information flow
Inclusion of
diverse
perspectives
Engaged population
Increased
accountability
Assessment of
risks
Effective Policies Programs and Actions
Robust Decision Making Credibility and Trust
Involving the Community in the
District Decision Making
Why?
What is the trigger for community engagement?
How will the Decision makers use the input?
Which type of community contribution will be most useful?
When?
Is there an opportunity for the community to inform the decision?
At which stage of the decision-making life cycle will the community engagement be
most helpful?
Which public should be involved when?
How?
What Design considerations will facilitate appropriate community engagement?
Could the community engagement be part of larger conversations/initiatives?
Do different communities need different types of engagement through the Life Cycle?
At Which Stage of the Decision making Life
Cycle will Community Involvement be
Appropriate?
Define the
issue
Gather
Information
Establish
Decision
Criteria
Develop
alternatives
Evaluate
alternatives
Make
Decision
Implement
Decision
Evaluate the
Decision
Monitor
Neighbor to Neighbor (N2N)
Handout
Analysis and Engagement schedule for a potential
2016-17 School Year Change
Timeline and Milestones
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Type of Community Engagement
at each Decision Making Life Cycle Stage
(Community Contributions)
Task Force (Suggest, Explore, Validate & Reconcile)
Define the issue
Task Force, Community Interest Groups,
Community Partners (S & E)
Gather Information
Task Force, Community Interest Groups,
Community Partners (V & R)
Establish Decision Criteria
Task Force (S & E)
Develop alternatives
Neighbor to Neighbor (N2N), Community
Forum, Board Community Meetings,
Newsletters, Survey, Departmental and
School Meetings (E & R)
Evaluate alternatives
Newsletters, School Board Legislative Process
Community Input (V)
Make Decision
Task Force (R)
Implement Decision
Survey, Board Community Meetings (V, R & S)
Evaluate the Decision
Board Community Meetings (V,R&S)
Monitor
Do you have any questions about what is
required?
Do you have any questions about why we
selected this approach?
Discussion
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