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Exhibit 3.1.3 (continued)

Staff Development Offerings by School Site Clover Park School District 2000-2001

School Idlewild Elementary

Lake City Elementary Lake Louise Elementary

Lakeview Elementary

Oakbrook Elementary

Oakwood Elementary

Southgate Elementary

Tillicum Elementary

Hudtloff Middle School

Lochburn Middle School

Mann Middle School

Woodbrook Middle School

A-1 High School

Clover Park High School Lakes High School

Staff Development Offerings as Listed in Learning Improvement Days Plans Reform/school plan implementation Year review; analysis of ITBS scores; new math materials Assessment/plans for fall/needs for August inservice Topics from school plan Learning plan; CES Get Acquainted visit with superintendent; results of staff interviews; safety and discipline Math- planning with new materials and curriculum documents Mediation training Technology training Restraint training Math curriculum; team building Accelerated Reader Schoolwide enrichment model training 4 Block training Technology training Accelerated Schools Summer Conference ESD Data profiling/ grade level and cadre Grade level/cadre training Special Education Best Practices Review school plan goals Accelerated Schools Summer Conference Middle school review Student achievement data and school plan goals School vision/mission/school plan Coached projects Classroom management School Within a School teaming Shared decision-making Paideia training Communication Teamwork, new programs, student Plan for Success, course contracts Ropes challenge course Coalition of Essential Schools, schoolwide plan Tom Sergiovani, staff work, shared decision-making, attendance Coalition of Essential Schools, exhibitions – rubrics, portfolios, projects; decency, classroom activities to teach Habits of the Heart

The auditors found a wide range of topics planned or presented at the school level. In many instances, staff development was based on broad, difficult to measure goals such as “shared decision- making” or “school-wide plan.” Follow-up, application, and evaluation were generally lacking. There was no evidence that the schools received feedback on their staff development plans.

Comments made during interviews reflected a variety of perceptions regarding the staff development program. Some staff members were satisfied with the program. Sample comments included:

“Ongoing staff development is focus and not spread too thin.”

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