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    1. 1. 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.
    2. 2. 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
    3. 3. CONTEXT/HISTORY •12 zoned high schools, every student •Grassroots, district-led school strategy •Boldness of the vision •Shared ownership
    4. 4. 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
    5. 5. 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
    6. 6. 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
    7. 7. CAREER EXPLORATION FAIR
    8. 8. The following three slides contain arrows for ppt use.
    9. 9. 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
    10. 10. TEACHER EXTERNSHIPS TEACHER EXTERNSHIPS
    11. 11. 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
    12. 12. 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
    13. 13. 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
    14. 14. % 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
    15. 15. BUSINESS INVOLVEMENT IN EDUCATION •Policy and legislative advocacy •Finding and supporting education candidates •Convener and mediator •Local source of accountability: report card
    16. 16. We report the progress of our schools

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