Plano ISD Key Communicators Making Sense of HB5 Graduation

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Plano ISD Key Communicators Making Sense of HB5 Graduation
Plano ISD Key Communicators
Making Sense of
HB5 Graduation
Requirements
April 24,2014
Key Provisions of HB 5
Graduation
Assessment
Accountability
Higher
Education
Other Items
Foundation
Plan
5 EOCs for
Graduation
Ratings
General
Enrollment
SSI and AI
Endorsements
& Distinguished
Optional EOCs
Distinction
Designations
Top 10%
Attendance
and Pull-Outs
Credits
Substitutions
Additional
Indicators
Academic
Support
Locally
Developed
Courses
Academic
Support
Release Tests
Report-Only
Indicators
TSI Exemptions
IMA
Redesign ALT
Future
Dual Credit
Courses
Local
Benchmarks
STAAR EOC Assessments
Required to pass for high school graduation
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English I (reading and writing combined)
English II (reading and writing combined)
Algebra I
Biology
US History
Graduation Plan Guiding Principles
• All Plano ISD students will successfully
complete an endorsement
• All Plano ISD students will be career
and college ready
• Maintain student (parent) voice and
choice in the process as appropriate
• Maintain high expectations for all Plano
ISD students (i.e. earn an endorsement)
Plano ISD Foundation/Endorsement Plan
• Foundation/endorsement plan
• 24/26 credits
• ½ speech
• ½ health
• Personal graduation plan
• Individual/small group conferences with
counselors
Endorsements
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STEM
Business and Industry
Public Services
Arts and Humanities
Multidisciplinary Studies
Endorsements
• Business and Industry –
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Database Management
Information Technology
Communications
Accounting
Finance
Marketing
Graphic Design
Architecture
Logistics
Automotive Technology
Agricultural Science
• Public Services –
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Health Sciences and Occupations
Education and Training
Law Enforcement
Culinary Arts
Hospitality
• STEM –
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Science
Technology
Engineering
Advanced Math
• Arts and Humanities –
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Political Science
World Language
Cultural Studies
English Literature
History
Fine Arts
• Multidisciplinary –
– Designated advanced courses from several
endorsement areas in each of the four
Foundation subjects

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