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  • CCSA-What gets measured gets done presentation-27Mar18-FINAL-jls - 1 -© 2018 Blue GarnetCCSA 2014-Making Strategy Real-4Mar14-draf t-sts** Conf ident ial © 2014 Blue Garnet **

    2018 CCSA Annual Conference: What gets measured gets done

    March 27, 2018 San Diego, CA

  • CCSA-What gets measured gets done presentation-27Mar18-FINAL-jls - 2 -© 2018 Blue Garnet

    Jennifer Shen Partner & Co-Founder

    Today’s Learning Objectives:

    → Teach dashboard terms

    → Walk through example of a board-level dashboard

    → Prioritize your own organization’s indicators

    Dr. Ana Ponce Chief Executive Officer

    @JShenBG@afponce @CNCASchools

  • CCSA-What gets measured gets done presentation-27Mar18-FINAL-jls - 3 -© 2018 Blue Garnet

    Dashboards help focus on what matters most

    What dashboards are (or should be)

    → Tool for leaders to inform decision-making

    → Display of info that matters most → Information on what’s working,

    and what needs to improve → Organizational-level snapshot,

    ideally showing trends over time

    What dashboards are not (or should not be)

    → List of of all data collected → A checklist → Used for punitive purposes → The full impact story

    Different dashboards are created based upon use and audience

    ACT

    WATCH

    CELEBRATE

  • CCSA-What gets measured gets done presentation-27Mar18-FINAL-jls - 4 -© 2018 Blue Garnet

    First, let’s start with building a common understanding of key terms

    → Output vs. Outcome vs. Impact – Output: quantity of services or goods produced – Outcome: direct result of effort – Impact: broader, longer-term effect

    → Contribution vs. Attribution – Causality; mind your ripples – Direct vs. Indirect

    → Theory of Change – Logic behind your ends and means

    → Data terms – Measure vs. indicator – Baseline vs. target – Proxy: stand in for variable that cannot be

    directly measured

    Your work creates ripples…

    retrospective prospective

    direct outcomes

    indirect outcomes

    direct output

  • CCSA-What gets measured gets done presentation-27Mar18-FINAL-jls - 5 -© 2018 Blue Garnet

    For CNCA, planning helped us with…

    Engagement

    Prioritization

    Alignment

    Culture-Building

    Accountability

  • CCSA-What gets measured gets done presentation-27Mar18-FINAL-jls - 6 -© 2018 Blue Garnet

    Camino Nuevo’s core beliefs:

    → Every child is a human being worthy of investment

    → Their failure is our failure, their success is our success

  • CCSA-What gets measured gets done presentation-27Mar18-FINAL-jls - 7 -© 2018 Blue Garnet

    Together, let’s take a journey through CNCA’s performance dashboard

    CNCA dashboard 1.0 (circa 2010)

    Board Level: 4 pages

    CNCA-2012 Board Dashboard-8Nov12-FINAL Page 2

    92%

    88%

    0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%

    "CNCA Leadership Team and/or Principals' Professional Learning Community meetings support my development as a leader"

    "The professional adult learning community challenges me to become a more effective, reflective teacher"

    48%

    17% 20%

    59% 65%

    0%

    20%

    40%

    60%

    80%

    100%

    2010-11 2011-12 (Y0, Baseline)

    42%

    70% 68% 54% 55%

    0%

    20%

    40%

    60%

    80%

    100%

    2010-11 2011-12 (Y0, Baseline)

    15.4%

    10.4%

    0%

    5%

    10%

    15%

    20%

    25%

    2010-11 2011-12 (Y0, Baseline)

    5.6%

    3.7%

    0%

    2%

    4%

    6%

    8%

    10%

    2010-11 2011-12 (Y0, Baseline)

    Educators and LeadersC

    Organizational SustainabilityD

    Place-based approachB

    Percentage of eligible students, who each year… 2011-12

    (Y0, Baseline) 2015-16

    (Y5)

    B1. Participate in 4+ experiential learning opportunities Not available 80%

    B2. Successfully access social service & mental health resources Not available 75%

    B3. Receive 1+ semester of visual or performing arts Not available 85%

    D1. Private philanthropy as % of operating budget D2. Annual reserve as % of operating budget Y5 target = 25%

    Academics (continued)A

    A3. K-8 CST Proficiency A4. HS CST Proficiency

    CNCA Strategy Business Plan 2012-17

    Annual Board Performance Dashboard (Y0, 2011-12) November 2012

    Y5 target = 95%

    C1.

    C2.

    Y5 target = 93%

    Percentage of teachers and leaders who believe…

    Y5 Math & ELA target = 80% Y5 Reading & Writing target = 75%

    Y5 target = 5%

    Y5 Math & ELA target = 80% Y5 Reading & Writing target = 75%

    Reading

    Math

    ELA

    Reading

    Math ELA

    Note: Writing data not available for 2011-12

    CNCA-2012 Board Dashboard-8Nov12-FINAL! Page 1!

    838! 824!

    868! 855!

    806!

    779! 789!

    782!

    802!

    750!

    800!

    850!

    900!

    2010-11! 2011-12 ! (Y0, Baseline)!

    By 2022, 2,000 CNCA graduates are equipped with the skills, knowledge, and worldview necessary to be literate, critical thinkers and independent problem solvers.

    As a result of this success, 90% have been accepted to, 80% have attended and 60% have graduated from a 4-year college within 6 years.

    In order to achieve this success (“S”), CNCA must: A.  Through extended investment and engagement in students, produce students who have the ability to engage in

    rigorous reading, writing, critical thinking, speaking, and mathematical & scientific reasoning

    B.  Use a place-based approach to support the social and emotional development of students, and expose them to diverse cultural experiences and critical social perspectives

    C.  Recruit and develop quality educators and leaders committed to the “CNCA Way”

    D.  Ensure organizational sustainability with respect to financial management and human capital

    CNCA Strategy Business Plan 2012-17 Annual Board Performance Dashboard (Y0, 2011-12) November 2012!

    (1) This represents 43% of CNCA 12th graders graduating from 4yr college within 6yrs. In comparison, only 31% of all high school graduates in the US (and only 17% of Hispanic students) will graduate from 4yr college in 6yrs (Source: National Center for Education Statistics, 2010) 
 (2) High school graduation rate is calculated internally Note: HSO Management Dashboard includes more details by site Note: Assessment of progress towards targets (green, yellow, red indicators) to be included beginning Y1

    !

    By 2022, CNCA will have cumulatively graduated 2,000 “equipped” students!

    2,000!0! 488!

    CNCA Graduates are Equipped, and College-Ready, College-Bound S

    Y10 target = 80%!Y10 target = 90%!Y10 target = 95%!

    488 total graduates 
 (tracking of “equipped” students in development)!

    Academics A

    97% of 12th graders graduated HS2!

    79% of 12th graders were accepted into 4yr college…!

    …of which, 
 62% attended… !

    During the 2011-12 School Year…

    812! 802!

    200!

    300!

    400!

    500!

    600!

    700!

    800!

    900!

    1000!

    A1. API Performance by School A2. API Performance Compared to Local Schools

    (Y5 target)!

    (CA Y0 target)!

    Elementary 
 Schools!

    K-8 
 Schools!

    Middle 
 Schools!

    High 
 Schools!

    District Schools! Charter Schools!

    CNCA!

    LAUSD 
 = 745!

    = 1,000 students!

    HAR!

    BUR!

    CAS!

    CNHS! CIS!

    CNCA dashboard 1.5 (circa ‘12)

    Board Level: 2 pages* Expanded Mgmt Level: 11 pages

    * Shared on CNCA website

    Page 2CNCA-Annual Board Dashboard-2013

    68% 66%

    21% 19%

    0%

    20%

    40%

    60%

    80%

    100%

    2011-12 (Y0, Baseline)

    2012-13 (Y1)

    88%

    88%

    0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%

    "The professional adult learning community challenges me to become a more effective, reflective teacher."

    Educators and LeadersC

    Organizational SustainabilityD

    Place-Based ApproachB

    Percentage of eligible students, who each year…

    B1. Participate in 4+ experiential learning opportunities

    2012-13 (Y1, Baseline)

    2015-16 (Y5 target)

    38% 80%

    B2. Receive 1+ semester of visual or performing arts 77% 85%

    D1. Private philanthropy as % of operating budget D2. Annual reserve as % of operating budget Y5 target = 25%

    Academics (continued)A

    A3. CST ELA Proficiency A4. CST Math Proficiency

    CNCA Strategy Business Plan 2012-17

    Annual Board Performance Dashboard (Y1, 2012-13) November 2013

    Y5 target = 93%

    Percentage of teachers and leaders who believe…

    Y5 Math & ELA target = 80%

    Y5 target = 5%

    55% 51% 65% 62%

    0%

    20%

    40%

    60%

    80%

    100%

    2011-12 (Y0, Baseline)

    2012-13 (Y1)

    Y5 Math & ELA target = 80%

    3.7%

    6.8%

    0%

    2%

    4%

    6%

    8%

    10%

    2011-12 (Y0, Baseline)

    2012-13 (Y1)

    10.4%

    24.6%

    0%