Although the CPR process can seem daunting, there is a genuine opportunity for districts to thoughtfully review their current programs and make necessary changes to ensure students are being provided the best possible learning opportunities. With support from North Central ESD in combination with OSPI’s newly revised process, which focuses on a partnership approach rather than being strictly compliance based, CPR has the potential to create meaningful reviews for districts to improve programs and student outcomes.
With 17 possible programs to be reviewed, the NCESD will partner with the identified school districts in navigating the process through a CPR Professional Learning Community (PLC) utilizing the knowledge of program specialists at NCESD, as well as promoting collaboration among school districts.
These weekly sessions will include topics of interest tied directly to the CPR Combined Checklists. The combined checklists are a tool provided by OSPI explicitly outlining the evidence necessary to ensure compliance within each program.
In addition, each session will give districts an opportunity to ask questions of NCESD staff and district leaders as well as share ideas and evidence among the group. Districts also have an opportunity to request personalized assistance if necessary. The PLC is being provided by NCESD staff at no cost to Title I/LAP Cooperative members.