Performance Management Tools
For State Education Agencies
The BSCP Center provides tools in the form of rubrics and planning guides to assist SEAs in various aspects of performance management. The rubrics are available both as documents and as components of IndiSEA™.
The BSCP Center and the Regional Comprehensive Centers provide technical assistance to SEAs on the use of the performance management tools. For information about the BSCP Center and Regional Comprehensive Centers’ technical assistance, contact Lois Myran at: info@BSCPCenter.org or 701-974-3644.
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Strategic Performance Management (SPM) is a multi-step process that guides SEA leadership in designing and revising a system of strategic performance management. SPM combines strategic planning with performance management by creating an organizational structure based on strategies and functions, aligning resources to structure, addressing human capital and productivity, and establishing performance measures.
Developed by the Reform Support Network, this rubric assists the SEA in designing and implementing effective internal and external communication processes.
IndiSEA™ is an Internet-based implementation and performance management tool that facilitates guided self-assessment of rubric items, prioritization, planning, task management, and documentation.
Access to IndiSEA™ requires technical assistance from the BSCP Center and/or Regional Comprehensive Center and issuing of logins and passwords.
Developed by the Reform Support Network, these rubrics aid in prioritizing current initiatives and planning to sustain the most effective.
For states that use the Indistar platform in their district and school improvement systems, this set of success markers provides guidance for high-quality state implementation.
Strategic Performance Management
Managing Performance in the
System of Support
Integrating Services for
Managing for Sustainability
Indistar Success Markers
Rubrics used with or without IndiSEA™
The BSCP Center is funded by a cooperative agreement (#S283B120042) between the U.S. Department of Education and Edvance Research, Inc.
The findings and opinions expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the policies of the U.S. Department of Education.
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