October 2013 Meeting AgendaOctober 14, 2003 meeting agenda of the American Indian Education Oversight committee.
American Indian Education Oversight Committee Meeting Agenda
Monday, October 14, 2013
10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
California Department of Education
1430 N Street, Room 1101
Sacramento, CA 95814
Northern California Indian Development Council
1607 5th Street
Crescent City, CA 95531
Northern California Indian Development Council
241 F Street
Eureka, CA 95501
Subject: California Department of Education (CDE) Updates
Presenter: Judy Delgado, American Indian Education Consultant, CDE
Including but not limited to:
- American Indian Education Center Funding
- American Indian Early Childhood Center’s Funding
Subject: WestEd Update
Presenter: Margit Birge, Program Associate, WestEd
Update from WestEd regarding the Region IX Equity Assistance Center at WestEd and national American Indian education issues
Subject: Public Comment
Public Comment is invited on any matter not included on the printed agenda. Depending on the number of individuals wishing to address the American Indian Education Oversight Committee (AIEOC), the presiding officer may establish specific time limits on presentations.
Subject: California Tribal College
Presenter: To be determined
Subject: Changes to the California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System (CALPADS)
Presenter: Jessica Barr, Administrator, CALPADS/California Basic Educational Data System/County-District-School Operations Office, CDE
Update on changes to the CALPADS as a result of the Local Control Funding Formula
Subject: Assembly Bill 484 (Bonilla), Measurement of Academic Performance and Progress
Presenter: Jessica Valdez, Administrator, Statewide Assessment Transition Office, CDE
Update on the implications of AB 484, which establishes the Measurement of Academic Performance and Progress (MAPP). Commencing with the 2013–14 school year, California will be using the MAPP as the statewide assessment program for specified pupils. This bill provides direction to the State Board of Education (SBE), the State Superintendent of Public Instruction (SSPI), and the CDE on the transition of California's current assessment system to the MAPP, the administration of the MAPP, and the expansion of the MAPP to include additional assessments beyond those specified in this bill.
Subject: Progress on AB 544 Eminence Credential: American Indian Languages
Presenter: Kathleen Marshall, AIEOC Member
Update on the progress of the implementation of AB 544 Eminence Credential: American Indian languages and the necessary next steps
Subject: Committee Business
Including, but not limited to, future meeting plans, future agenda items, officer nominations and/or elections, declaratory and commendatory resolutions, bylaw review and revision, Board policy, approval of minutes, Board liaison reports, training of Board members, and announcement of matters of general interest.
Statute for American Indian Education Oversight Committee
California Education Code Section 33370(g) states:
The Superintendent, with input from existing center directors, shall appoint an American Indian Education Oversight Committee by January 30, 2007, composed of at least seven educators, four of whom shall be American Indian education center directors. All members shall possess proven knowledge of current educational policies relating to, and issues faced by, American Indian communities in California. This committee shall provide input and advice to the Superintendent on all aspects of American Indian education programs established by the state.
All times are approximate and are provided for convenience only. The order of business may be changed without notice. Anyone interested in a particular matter should plan on being in attendance. The AIEOC will commence, recess, and reconvene as necessary throughout the meeting. Time is set aside for individuals to speak on any topic not otherwise on the agenda. In all cases, the presiding officer reserves the right to impose time limits on presentations as necessary to ensure that the agenda is completed.
Reasonable accommodation will be provided for any individual with a disability. Pursuant to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, any individual with a disability who requires reasonable accommodation to attend or participate in a meeting or function of the task force may request assistance by contacting the Educational Options, Student Support, and American Indian Education Office at 1430 N Street, Suite 6408, Sacramento, CA, 95814, or by telephone at 916-323-2183; Fax 916-323-6061. For more information concerning this agenda, please contact the Educational Options, Student Support, and American Indian Education Office at 916-323-2183.