How the new Framework vision aligns with NYC CEP (comprehensive educational plan), and how it excludes Parent Engagement and Students with Special Needs.

If you look at your NYC schools’ Portal page  by typing the name and then portal page

http://schools.nyc.gov/SchoolPortals/22/K139/default.htm

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Looking at the statistics and Budget tab to the left and click, Then scroll to the following on that page ( lots of other helpful info on this page so feel free to explore and learn more about your students school). For this blog we are going to look at the CEP (Comprehensive Educational Plan) click there.

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http://schools.nyc.gov/SchoolPortals/22/K139/AboutUs/Statistics/default.htm

and the  plan will come up like this : http://schools.nyc.gov/documents/oaosi/cep/2015-16/cep_K139.pdf

Lets look at page 2. cep_K139

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Now remember the Framework from my last blog https://nycdoeandme.wordpress.com/2015/11/22/nyc-doe-and-the-new-framework-is-not-working/ cfgraphicslider1 Now you can see exactly  why they created this Framework!

Once again Sadly Students with the highest needs and those that are unidentified are left out of the Framework for student achievement. 

 

The plan is to ignore the students in need, clearly there is not a working model that identifies students in need. Only the teachers and parents that are the most sensitive  and aware will refer students to get tested and recommended for AIS or special education services. I believe that all students should be evaluated for both in a way that is aligned with Scientifically based practices.

 

 

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