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Disruptive Change: PSU 2025

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This is a presentation used for a discussion on disruptive change and PSU 2025. a project aimed at understanding and preparing for the learning needs of graduating class of 2025.

This is a presentation used for a discussion on disruptive change and PSU 2025. a project aimed at understanding and preparing for the learning needs of graduating class of 2025.


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  • 1. Challenge: DemographicShifts and CulturalCompetency-Portland overall is the 3rd whitest city in the nation-1 in 3 children in Portland are kids of color.
  • 2. Out of Oregons 213 schoolChallenge: Serving districts, ten districts enrollStudents with ESL needs 50% of the states Hispanic students. Seven of these school districts are in the Portland metropolitan area, two are located in the mid-Willamette Valley. About half of Oregons Hispanic students are enrolled in ESL programs, compared to only one percent of white students.
  • 3. Free and Reduced Lunch % 99-00 11-12Challenge: AccessResident UG Tuition and Fees PPS 38% 43.2%$3,468 1999$7,130 2010 David Douglas 47% 74.1% Centennial 28% 61.8% Parkrose 47% 71.3% Reynolds 47% 68.1%
  • 4. Challenge: UntappedMassive Social andLearning Networks
  • 5. Challenge: Mismatchbetween Curriculum andEmerging Work
  • 6. “We are currently preparingstudents for jobs that don’tyet exist . . . usingtechnologies that haven’t yetbeen invented . . . in order tosolve problems we don’t evenknow are problems yet.”
  • 7. Challenge:Changing Nature ofCredits