State Systemic Improvement Plan


The State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP) is a comprehensive, ambitious, yet achievable multi-year plan for improving results for children with disabilities. Every state must develop its own SSIP to improve a student outcome selected by local stakeholders.  
 
Oklahoma has selected early literacy (kindergarten through third) as the state’s target area. The Office of Special Education Services is working with several OSDE offices and grants to improve early literacy at struggling school sites by implementing a tiered intervention framework (modelled as a multi-tiered system of support). The three tiers in the framework will provide different types of evidence-based interventions to site personnel who will implement those practices in their classes to benefit all students.
 
The goal is to provide extra support to sites in the most straight-forward way possible, meeting the specific needs of each site. The SSIP has been defined with stakeholder input over the past year, and state personnel have started building the framework. OSDE anticipates that all tiers will be fully developed and implemented in 2023.

• State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP) Part B Professional Development Sequence Interest Registration 

 

Tier I Universal Support for all K-3 Schools 

 

Tier II Professional Development for Selected Schools 

A professional development sequence has been created to support educators of K-3 students, including students with IEPs, to support early literacy outcomes. The sequence of the first two years is comprehensive and responsive to build background knowledge. Year three responds to specific needs, with two sequences offered based on school site need. For more information please email, Alexa Hudak or call (405) 521-2081.

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Tier III Instructional Coaching for Selected Schools 

The three tiers in the framework will provide different types of evidence-based interventions to site personnel who will implement those practices in their classes to benefit all students. The goal is to provide extra support to sites in the most straight-forward way possible, meeting the specific needs of each site. Check back in the spring for applications for instructional coaching for the 2023-2025 school years. For more information please email, Alexa Hudak or call (405) 521-2081. 

 

Part B State Systemic Improvement Plan

• Theory of Change

SSIP Proposed Option: Professional Development Sequence 

• 2022 SSIP Evaluation Plan

 

 

 

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Last updated on September 13, 2022