BIE Transition

BIE Transition

Building a Better BIE DRAFT Strategic Plan Proposal Bureau of Indian Education October 2017 Introduction What is Strategic Planning? It is an organizational management activity that is used to: Identify an organizations priorities, Maximize organizational collaboration with stakeholders, Efficiently direct an organizations time, energy and

resources, Ensure an organizations employees are working cooperatively toward common goals, and Establish general agreement around intended outcomes. Introduction What are BIEs Strategic Planning Goals? BIE desires to implement an effective plan which sets the strategic direction of the Bureau, communicates its organizational goals, outlines the specific strategies needed to achieve those goals, and effectively and accurately incorporates the input, feedback, and contributions of the Tribes, schools, and

Native education partners for which it serves. Background GAO Report 13-774, Indian Affairs: Better Management and Accountability Needed to Improve Indian Education: High leadership turnover Lack of an organizational strategic plan Develop a strategic plan that includes detailed goals and strategies for BIE...[d]evelopment of the strategic plan should incorporate feedback from BIE officials and other key stakeholders. BIEs goal is to seek substantive consultation from Tribes, engage in a robust communication effort with other interested stakeholders, and fully implement the strategic

plan by spring 2018. Strategic Planning Process Step One: Develop a Draft Strategic Plan Proposal: BIE engaged in face-to-face internal strategic planning exercises with Central Office and Field Level leaders which totaled 8 days and included 31 managers; BIE solicited input and feedback (to the goal level) from the FISE Union, BIE employees, school boards, school level leaders and staff, and representatives from NIEA, and NCAI. BIE concluded its Draft Strategic Plan Proposal efforts in September 2017.

Strategic Planning Process Step Two: Formal Tribal consultation and robust communication and engagement with Indian education stakeholders: Formal Tribal consultation Planning and engaging in comprehensive communication and input contribution from critical Indian education stakeholders, including:

Tribes and Tribal Education Departments, School Boards School leaders and staff, Indian education advocacy organizations, such as NCAI and NIEA, FISE Union, and BIE employees Strategic Planning Process Step Three: Gather all contributions, feedback, and input submitted by January 13, 2018 as identified in Federal Register Notice 82 FR 48241 (10/17/2017) and incorporate such input into a Formal BIE Strategic Plan.

Following the last Tribal consultation there is a thirty (30) day comment period to garner additional feedback. All contributions, feedback, and input is encouraged to strengthen the document and improve the Bureaus dedication to an inclusive process. Draft Strategic Plan Proposal The DRAFT Strategic Plan Proposal includes the following components:

Vision Statement, Mission Statement, Core Values, Goals, and Strategies. Draft Strategic Plan Proposal DRAFT Vision Statement: The Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) is the preeminent provider of high quality educational services and supports to students at BIE funded schools to foster lifelong learning.

Draft Strategic Plan Proposal DRAFT Mission Statement: The mission of the BIE is to provide students at BIE-funded schools with a culturally relevant, high-quality education that prepares students with the knowledge, skills and behaviors needed to flourish in the opportunities of tomorrow, become healthy and successful individuals, and lead their communities and sovereign nations to a thriving future that preserves their unique cultural identities.

Draft Strategic Plan Proposal DRAFT Core Values: BIE employees carry out the mission to achieve the vision through guiding organizational principles underpinning how the work of the BIE is successfully accomplished. Excellence: The BIE achieves success through continuous self-assessment and improvement. Focus: The BIE is student-centered, committed to addressing the holistic needs of students. Integrity: The BIE maintains high standards of character and professionalism as the foundation upon which the agency is built. Respect: The BIE fosters communities of support through mutual regard and collaboration. Service: The BIE supports students through proactive and responsive teamwork with schools, tribes and communities

Draft Strategic Plan Proposal DRAFT Goals: There are six (6) draft goals, each with goal specific strategies. DRAFT Goal 1: All students will enter kindergarten academically, socially, and emotionally prepared to succeed in school. DRAFT Goal 2: All students will develop the knowledge, skills, and behaviors necessary for physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing. DRAFT Goal 3: All students will develop the knowledge, skills, and behaviors necessary to progress successfully through school.

Draft Strategic Plan Proposal DRAFT Goal 4: All students will graduate high school ready to succeed in postsecondary study and careers. DRAFT Goal 5: All students will develop the knowledge, skills, and behaviors needed to lead their sovereign nations to a thriving future through self-determination. DRAFT Goal 6: All students will benefit from an education system that is effective, efficient, transparent, and accountable. Draft Strategic Plan Proposal

DRAFT Strategies: Each goal has specific strategies designed to accomplish the goal. There are twenty-two (22) draft strategies in total. DRAFT Strategy 1.1: Establish Partnerships with Early Childhood Development Organizations. DRAFT Strategy 1.2: Strengthen Family-SchoolCommunity Connections. DRAFT Strategy 1.3: Preschool Initiative Draft Strategic Plan Proposal DRAFT Strategy 2.1: Student Wellness DRAFT Strategy 2.2: Behavioral Health DRAFT Strategy 2.3: Student Physical Health and Safety

Draft Strategic Plan Proposal DRAFT Strategy 3.1: Teachers and Staff DRAFT Strategy 3.2: Teachers and Staff DRAFT Strategy 3.3: DRAFT Strategy 3.4: DRAFT Strategy 3.5: DRAFT Strategy 3.6: DRAFT Strategy 3.7: Cultures Recruitment for Principals, Develop and Mentor Principals, Standards-aligned Curricula

Curriculum-aligned Instruction Assessments Personal Competencies Native Languages and Draft Strategic Plan Proposal DRAFT Strategy 4.1: Post-secondary Support and Transition DRAFT Strategy 4.2: Career Readiness DRAFT Strategy 4.3: Engagement DRAFT Strategy 4.4: Colleges and Universities Draft Strategic Plan Proposal

DRAFT Strategy 5.1: Educational SelfDetermination DRAFT Strategy 5.2: Support Tribal Education Capacity-Building Draft Strategic Plan Proposal DRAFT Strategy 6.1: Employee System of Support DRAFT Strategy 6.2: Data-driven Decision Making DRAFT Strategy 6.3: Communication Tribal Consultations DATE

TIME Wednesday November 15, 2017 Tuesday November 28, 2017 1:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. PST 1:00 p.m. 5:00

p.m. CST Tuesday December 5, 2017 Tuesday, December 12, 2017 Thursday December 14, 2017 LOCATION Chemawa Indian School Auditorium

3700 Chemawa Road NE, Salem, OR 97305 Riverside Indian School 101 Riverside Drive Anadarko, OK 73005 United Tribes Technical College 1:00 p.m. Lewis Goodhouse Wellness Center 5:00 3315 University Drive p.m. MDT Bismarck, ND 58504 1:00 p.m. National Indian Programs Training Center 5:00 1011 Indian School Road NW,

p.m. MDT Albuquerque, NM 87104 Teleconference and Webinar Call in:631-992-3221 1:00 p.m. Passcode: 759-763-471 5:00 Https:// p.m. EST 7727750735595699458 Webinar ID: 993-210-731 Questions? For questions or concerns, feel free to contact the SPM team presenters at: Mr. Clint Bowers at [email protected]

Mr. Travis Clark at [email protected] Comments & Feedback Federal Register Citation: 82 FR 48241 (10/17/2017) Please submit written comments and feedback to the comment coordinator by January 13, 2018 at: Ms. Paulina Bell at: [email protected]

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