From the NYS Education Department website:
Improvement planning is an essential component of the school and district improvement process. Schools and districts should continually reflect on the effectiveness of their initiatives and determine the most appropriate way to proceed based on their current circumstances.
In the spring and early summer of each school year, a team of stakeholders from each identified district and school should convene across multiple meetings to assess their current conditions and identify how best to support learning in the upcoming school year through their annual improvement plan.
District Comprehensive Improvement Plan (DCIP)
All Target Districts will work with stakeholders to consider existing needs and determine next steps for the upcoming school year. The DCIP should be informed by the DCIP Planning Document that is completed prior to writing the plan. Target Districts with identified schools should also incorporate insights from the school improvement planning process into the DCIP developed. The final DCIP is submitted to NYSED for approval. Read or download Scotia-Glenville District’s Comprehensive Improvement Plan.
School Comprehensive Education Plan (SCEP)
Any school identified for Comprehensive Support and Improvement (CSI) or Targeted Support and Improvement (TSI) will work with stakeholders to develop a School Comprehensive Education Plan (SCEP) for the upcoming school year. Read or download Scotia-Glenville Middle School’s Comprehensive Education Plan.