SB 7070 - What You Need to Know if You Have Schools in Turnaround
By Libba Lyons, Ed.D. and James Mills M.Ed.
Did you know that SB 7070 redefined “persistently low-performing schools?” In fact, there are now 200 more schools that meet this definition. How many are in your district, and what does this mean?
Join LSI’s Libba Lyons, Ed.D. and James Mills M.Ed. as they help decode SB 7070 and its implications for districts throughout Florida, specifically, the details of the New Turnaround School Supplemental Services Allocation including:
- Amount of funding available
- Eligibility and criteria
- Completing your application
This is one webinar you cannot afford to miss. This change in the law could have a profound effect on your district...
About Our Presenters
Dr. Libba Lyons is the Associate Director of the LSI Applied Research Center. In this role, she is seeks and develops partnerships with visionary districts, schools, and communities to create model learning environments where all students thrive. Dr. Lyons is a former school district administrator and teacher, as well as a retired officer of the United States Navy.
James R. Mills, MEd, currently serves as a Practice Leader with LSI’s External Operator and District-Managed Turnaround team in Florida. James has served as a principal, assistant principal, and middle- and high-school teacher in the areas of English language arts, reading, and social studies. At the district level, James has served in the roles of Director of Education Transformation Operations and Chief Academic Officer. He has also worked as a Regional Reading Coordinator with the Florida Department of Education’s Differentiated Accountability team, and also served as Senior Educational Program Director for the Bureau of School Improvement at the Florida Department of Education.
Thursday, June 27th 4 pm EDT