PEA 2_2_2018

PEA 2/2/2018

  1. 8:00 a.m. Approve Minutes January 29, 2018
  2. 8:05 a.m. School & Institutional Trust Fund Office

Peter Madsen- Budget request. $36,700 adding to $950.000 total, manage growth (interns + part time + slight increase in salary) and retain talents.  Uncertainty of costs.

  1. 8:20 a.m. Fine Arts Outreach

POPS (Professional Outreach) reps - Moria Melise – Unique to Utah, praised nationally.

Ask - $200,000 additional ongoing funding.  Return on investments.

Future plans – 4 smaller organizations

Annie B.- Curator of education UMFA.  UMFA, Tanner dance, Prep dance theater, woodbury.  Equitable arts experiences to students and teachers, including use of technology.  Increase bredth and depth of income, low income, rural, etc. 

Marianne lee- Tanner Dance; Side by Side, dance specialists and live musicians. Amber Clayton in granite district, over 1,000 students with over 30 first language.  Dance powerful in bridging barriers of language, etc. 

Questions?

Rep Arandt – Matching funding? 

              Yes!  All pops funding 2 to 1 match

  1. 8:40 a.m. Teacher Pre-Service Preparation

“POPS do a great service for teachers and families in schools”

Teacher shortages- STEM and special education

Filling classrooms with Alt Route (450)

Focus on retention.  Enrollment of programs up 20%, but in state retention is not the same

Rep Briscoe – Report available?  No powerpoint

(UVU recruiters) Fawson- “Schooling is not the same as learning”

University’s collaborating with school systems.  Davis district-investing in supporting teachers impact on k-6 learning.  Addressing thinking and processing, rather than just retaining information. Goal 100% proficiency.

Rep. Gibson  - Vehement advocating for the struggle that students endure not able to get credit for work they are doing, going into debt, working a part time job, and entering a field that pays $35,000 a year… 4 Specific students

Cost/benefit analysis, transfer addressing, focus on preparing teacher on rapidly expanding knowledge base.

Rep Gibson- What are you doing for recruitment?  Where is the excitement…etc? ( pay them more maybe?)  We have to work with these young men and young women and stop putting up barriers.  It must not be “my way or the highway”.  Work with them.

  1. 9:30 am Minimum School Program – Line Item Consolidation

Lots of discussion concerning school nurse shortage

  1. 10:30 a.m. Comments on Line Item Consolidation

Incentive to throw everything into WPU, hoping that it will trickle down.  “max flexibility” but then a bills limit that flexibility

  1. 10:45 a.m. Other Business

None

  1. 10:50 a.m. Adjourn

 

 

PEA 2/2/2018

  1. 8:00 a.m. Approve Minutes January 29, 2018
  2. 8:05 a.m. School & Institutional Trust Fund Office

Peter Madsen- Budget request. $36,700 adding to $950.000 total, manage growth (interns + part time + slight increase in salary) and retain talents.  Uncertainty of costs.

  1. 8:20 a.m. Fine Arts Outreach

POPS (Professional Outreach) reps - Moria Melise – Unique to Utah, praised nationally.

Ask - $200,000 additional ongoing funding.  Return on investments.

Future plans – 4 smaller organizations

Annie B.- Curator of education UMFA.  UMFA, Tanner dance, Prep dance theater, woodbury.  Equitable arts experiences to students and teachers, including use of technology.  Increase bredth and depth of income, low income, rural, etc. 

Marianne lee- Tanner Dance; Side by Side, dance specialists and live musicians. Amber Clayton in granite district, over 1,000 students with over 30 first language.  Dance powerful in bridging barriers of language, etc. 

Questions?

Rep Arandt – Matching funding? 

              Yes!  All pops funding 2 to 1 match

  1. 8:40 a.m. Teacher Pre-Service Preparation

“POPS do a great service for teachers and families in schools”

Teacher shortages- STEM and special education

Filling classrooms with Alt Route (450)

Focus on retention.  Enrollment of programs up 20%, but in state retention is not the same

Rep Briscoe – Report available?  No powerpoint

(UVU recruiters) Fawson- “Schooling is not the same as learning”

University’s collaborating with school systems.  Davis district-investing in supporting teachers impact on k-6 learning.  Addressing thinking and processing, rather than just retaining information. Goal 100% proficiency.

Rep. Gibson  - Vehement advocating for the struggle that students endure not able to get credit for work they are doing, going into debt, working a part time job, and entering a field that pays $35,000 a year… 4 Specific students

Cost/benefit analysis, transfer addressing, focus on preparing teacher on rapidly expanding knowledge base.

Rep Gibson- What are you doing for recruitment?  Where is the excitement…etc? ( pay them more maybe?)  We have to work with these young men and young women and stop putting up barriers.  It must not be “my way or the highway”.  Work with them.

  1. 9:30 am Minimum School Program – Line Item Consolidation

Lots of discussion concerning school nurse shortage

  1. 10:30 a.m. Comments on Line Item Consolidation

Incentive to throw everything into WPU, hoping that it will trickle down.  “max flexibility” but then a bills limit that flexibility

  1. 10:45 a.m. Other Business

None

  1. 10:50 a.m. Adjourn

 

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