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Tues employer engagement in nashville 1pm_bb2 Tues employer engagement in nashville 1pm_bb2 Presentation Transcript

  • DISTRICT MISSION & VISION Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools will provide every student with the foundation of knowledge, skills and character necessary to excel in higher education, work and life.
  • Every Graduate Has: a plan for postsecondary education and career  at least a 21 composite score on the ACT  a work-based or service learning experience, or a capstone research project  at least one course completed online  college credit, a nationally-recognized professional certification, or both
  • CONTEXT/HISTORY •12 zoned high schools, every student •Grassroots, district-led school strategy •Boldness of the vision •Shared ownership
  • Redesigning High Schools Academies of Nashville characteristics: •Freshmen Academies •Academies with career or thematic focus for grades 10-12 •Block schedule with common planning time for teacher teams •Academy Assistant Principals, Academy Coach, counselors •Academy offerings informed by workforce projections / college degrees •10 National Standards of Practices for academies: accreditation
  • Sustaining Change Through Effective Business Engagement Business & Postsecondary Partnerships 1. Curriculum Enrichment: Executives in the classroom, Student Work-based Learning, teacher externships 2. Every academy has two or more business partners: 225 total 3. Connect every academy to a postsecondary partner
  • Sustaining Change through Business and Civic Involvement CEO Champions Committee of the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce support the reform effort through advocacy—policy and community Academies of Nashville Partnership Councils 5 industry-specific councils convened by the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce Provide a district-wide perspective of their industry area and academies Academy Advisory Board Composed of an academy’s partners and stakeholders Academy Partners Individual businesses or organizations that work with an academy during a school year through the PENCIL Foundation
  • CAREER EXPLORATION FAIR
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  • Transforming Teaching & Learning Academies of Nashville characteristics: • • • • • Project and Inquiry-based, real world application Acceleration options – AP, IB, dual enrollment Virtual/online learning PD: blended learning, teaching on block, project-based learning, ACT Prep, highly effective teaming Teacher externships
  • TEACHER EXTERNSHIPS TEACHER EXTERNSHIPS
  • TWO-YEAR RESULTS: 2010-2012 Average daily attendance at all time high over 93% in number of 6.8% decrease in students 2.1% decrease receiving OSS number of students with unexcused in 6.8% decrease absences number of students with unexcused absences 2.1% decrease 13.3% decrease in in number of number of students students expelled & remanded to alternative school receiving OSS
  • MNPS 2010-2012 End of Course Exam (Grades 9-12) Results: Percent of Students Scoring Proficient or Advanced 60 51.4 Percent Proficient/Advanced 50 47.4 46.6 48.7 47.5 41.8 40 37.6 2010 30 28.7 2011 2012 2013 20 10 0 Algebra I English II ACT Scores: 2010 – 18.1; 2011 – 18.1; 2012 – 18.4 2013 – 18.3 (value-add scores of 5s) All Tennessee students take the ACT. Note: Results include TCAP-Alt Portfolio
  • NASHVILLE GRADUATION RATE 90 82.9 Percent of Students 80 68.8 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 58.2 61.9 70 72.6 73.1 76.2 78.3
  • % of classes scoring 21+ on ACT PERCENT OF CLASSES SCORING 21+ ON ACT IN METRO SCHOOLS 60 50 50 40 30 27 28 29 28 2010 2011 2012 2013 20 10 0 Goal
  • BUSINESS INVOLVEMENT IN EDUCATION •Policy and legislative advocacy •Finding and supporting education candidates •Convener and mediator •Local source of accountability: report card
  • We report the progress of our schools