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  • Opening points:Section 1 – Intro Welcome to all of you!It’s an amazing time in education. We’re going to cover a lot of ground today- we’ll whip through a quick recap, then lay out the work we will do to create a powerful road map for education results.Introduction to Mary Jean RyanIntroduction to CCER
  • Section 1 – Intro Intro about the Project It used to be true that you could move out of poverty with a high school diploma- now that’s very hard to do.Income increases as the level of education increases and that “education premium” is growing.So it’s all good, right? Education is important and our region is a mecca for highly educated folks.Wrong, we are a region of haves and have nots
  • Really trying to focus on improved results for people who grow up here – specially for low income communities and communities of color
  • Section the 2: the needWe have an economic imperative
  • It used to be true that you could move out of poverty with a high school diploma- now that’s very hard to do.Income increases as the level of education increases and that “education premium” is growing.So it’s all good, right? Education is important and our region is a mecca for highly educated folks.Wrong, we are a region of haves and have nots
  • Our goal should be doing as well for the children raised here as other communities do for those who move here- the migration here of BA’s and AA’s is off the charts.Grow up- Show up
  • The “white space” are kids that are being lost through the pipeline.Cleveland has a high dropout rate in all grades, resulting in major attrition.Only about 2/3 of the Cleveland graduates go directly to college (30% of cohort)Only about 1/3 of these continue into their second year of college (22% of cohort)Going directly to college: Cleveland: 69% of graduates Bellevue: 78% of graduatesPersisting into 2nd year of college: Cleveland: 78% of college attendees Bellevue: 93% of college attendeesRefer again to Slide #3.Source for college-related data: College Tracking DataServices/BERC Group http://www.collegetracking.com/reporting/Reports.aspx
  • The “white space” are kids that are being lost through the pipeline.Cleveland has a high dropout rate in all grades, resulting in major attrition.Only about 2/3 of the Cleveland graduates go directly to college (30% of cohort)Only about 1/3 of these continue into their second year of college (22% of cohort)Going directly to college: Cleveland: 69% of graduates Bellevue: 78% of graduatesPersisting into 2nd year of college: Cleveland: 78% of college attendees Bellevue: 93% of college attendeesRefer again to Slide #3.Source for college-related data: College Tracking DataServices/BERC Group http://www.collegetracking.com/reporting/Reports.aspx
  • The “white space” are kids that are being lost through the pipeline.Kent-Meridian has a high dropout rate in all grades, resulting in major attrition (1 in 3 students does not graduate on time).59% of Kent-Meridian graduates go directly to college (40% of cohort)77% of these continue into their second year of college (31% of cohort)Going directly to college: Kent-Meridian: 59% of graduates Kentridge: 77% of graduatesPersisting into 2nd year of college: Kent-Meridian: 77% of college attendees Kentridge: 85% of college attendees
  • Going directly to college: Auburn Senior HS: 53% of graduates Auburn Riverside: 63% of graduatesPersisting into 2nd year of college: ASHS: 73% of college attendees ARHS: 78% of college attendees
  • Section 2 – the need – the communities Wider disparities exist in Seattle, and these differences have remained large over the last 10 years.
  • Section 3 – Success is possibleSchools are defying the odds IBEST Urban Scholars Graduation rate improving
  • We aren’t the only community doing this kind of workNation is organaizng
  • Secition 4 – Solution Road Map Project
  • What this isn’t… Not trying to recreate the wheel or duplicate effortsHold up what works and push itWA KidsParent-Child Home programNext section will have more examples

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  • 1. From Cradle to College and Career
    Road Map for Education Results
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    Road Map for Education Results
  • 2. Education is the Key to Personal and Community Success
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    Source: HECB “2008 Master Plan for Higher Education in Washington.”
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  • 3. Region’s High Educational Levels
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    Source: 2008 American Community Survey, U.S. Census Bureau
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  • 4. Seattle Metro area has the 4th highest GDP per capita among national and international metro areas
    *
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  • 5. Tale of Two Pipelines
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    Source: Graduation data from OSPI or Class of 2008, college data from Fouts & Associates for Class of 2004
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  • 6. Tale of Two Pipelines
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    Source: Graduation data from OSPI or Class of 2008, college data from Fouts & Associates for Class of 2004
  • 7. Seattle’s Geography Gap Over Time
    Seattle’s 7th Grade Math WASL Scores, 2000-2009
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    Source: Analysis of data from OSPI website
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  • 8. Seattle’s Race/Ethnicity Gap Over Time
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    Seattle’s 7th Grade Reading WASL Scores, 2000-2009
    Source: Analysis of data from OSPI website
  • 9. Kent’s Race/Ethnicity Gap Over Time
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    Kent’s 7th Grade Reading WASL Scores, 2000-2009
    Source: Analysis of data from OSPI website
  • 10. Highline’s Race/Ethnicity Gap Over Time
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    Highline’s 10th Grade Math WASL Scores, 2000-2009
    Source: Analysis of data from OSPI website
  • 11. Focus on Nine Communities with Greatest Need
    • Seattle (3) Central, Southeast, Southwest
    • 12. South King County (6) Auburn, Federal Way, Highline, Kent, Renton, Tukwila
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  • 13. Population Changes
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    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 1990 Data & ACS 2008 Data.
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  • 14. K-12 Profile of Geographies
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    Source: OSPI
    *Does not reflect enrollment in small specialized programs.
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  • 15. Great Progress is Possible
    Urban Prep Academy for Young Men, Chicago Public Schools
    100% of students admitted to college Spring 2010
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  • 16. Building the Road Map
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  • 17. Creating a framework for regional and local action
    Taking a cradle-to-college/career approach
    Engaging our diverse communities and constituencies
    Going for major gains vs. minor tweaks
    Focusing on student success using clear metrics – in school and out; academic and social emotional; student-level and system-level data
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    Building the Road Map – Key Concepts
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  • 18. STRIVE – Cincinnati
    E3 Alliance – Austin
    Promise Neighborhood – Harlem/National Replication
    Ready by 21
    City of Seattle – Youth and Families Initiative
    Our Work – Fill in the Blanks
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    Example Plans / Frameworks
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  • 19. Strive- Cincinnati
  • 20. Road Map for Education Results
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  • 21. Critical success factors
    In-School
    Out-of-School
    • Teacher quality and preparation
    • 22. Aligned educational standards and systems
    • 23. Accessible information regarding college access and financial aid
    • 24. Quality pre-natal and early childhood care
    • 25. Parental engagement in and out of school
    • 26. Access to after-school and summer programming
    • 27. Strong relationships with non-parental adults
    Key Transition Years
    Grade 4
    Grade 9
    Grade 12
    Grade 7
    Grade 15
    Grade 8
    Grade 13
    Grade 16
    Grade 7: Has a clear expectation of going to college and strong adult figure attachment
    Grade 8: Masters Algebra I and demonstrates social emotional competence
    Education Pipeline: Critical Success Factors, Key Benchmarks and Important Transition Years
    Cradle to Career Education System
    Elementary SchoolK-8
    Early childhood (Pre-K)
    High School9-12
    Post-Secondary
    Adult Ed &Workforce
    Birth
    Career
    Age 4
    Grade K
    Grade 10
    Age 4: Develops letter knowledge and reading sensitivity
    Grade 4: Is at reading level
    Grade 9: Engages in community and schools organizations
    Grade 12: Masters advanced math and science
    Grade 15: Enrolls in junior year of college
    Grade K: Exhibits learning-related skills such as social competence, self-esteem, and motivation
    Grade 10: Develops career plan and goals
    Grade 13: Has sufficient financial aid and develops time and stress management skills
    Grade 16: Graduates with bachelor’s degree
    Youth Developmental and Academic Milestones
    Source: University of Cincinnati, Center for Urban Education; FSG research
  • 28. E3 Alliance -- Austin, Texas
  • 29. Work with the Formal and Informal Education Systems to Ensure Student Success
    Student outcomes are at the center of E3’s work
    Informal
    Education System
    E3works to improve effectiveness and alignment of the formal system
    Formal
    Education System
    Businesses
    Parents
    Center-based preschools
    Students
    Youth Development Nonprofits
    Public PK-12 districts
    Faith Based Organizations
    E3 helps change agents influence the formal system and strengthens the informal system’s capacity
    Institutes of higher education
    Grassroots Community Organizing Nonprofits
    Education Nonprofits
    Other Center-based
    Childcare
  • 30. Promise Neighborhood – Harlem/National Replication
  • 31. PN Target Results/Indicators
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    Academic Programs
    Students Proficient in Core Subjects
    Indicator: #/% of students at or above grade level according to 3rd-8th grade and high school assessments
    High School Graduation
    Indicator: Graduation rate in neighborhood high school
    College/Career Success
    Indicator: #/% of students with post secondary degrees or other credentials w/o need for remediation
    Successful MS to HS Transition
    Indicator: Attendance rate of students in sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth grades
    Children Ready for Kindergarten
    Indicators: #/% of young children who demonstrate age-appropriate functioning; have a medical home; and participate in early learning programs
    Grade
    Age
    Grantees must collect data for the five academic indicators (program and project) stated above.
    Family and Community Supports
    Students Are
    Healthy
    Indicator: #/% of children who participate in 60 minutes of physical activity daily and eat five or more servings of fruits and vegetables daily
    Students Live
    in Stable Communities
    Indicator: Student mobility rate (as defined in notice inviting applications)
    Family/Community Support Learning
    Indicator: #/% of students with a caring adult at home, school, and community; or #/% of families that attend parent-teacher conferences
    Students w/ 21st Century Learning Tools
    Indicator: #/% students with school and home access to broadband and connected computing device
    Students Feel Safe
    Indicator: #/% of students who feel safe at school and traveling to and from school as measured by a school climate survey
    Grantees must collect data for the five community support program indicators stated above.
    Grantees may also select their own project indicator in each category to fit the needs
    of their communities or use the indicators prescribed by ED.
    Note: These slides are intended as guidance only. Please refer to the official notice inviting applications, requirements, definitions, and selection criteria in the Federal Register.
  • 32. Road Map for Education Results
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  • 33. Road Map for Education Results
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  • 34. City of Seattle – Youth and Families Initiative
  • 35. Road Map for Education Results
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  • 36. Our Work-Fill in the Blanks
  • 37. The Road Map for Education Results: Critical Indicators
    Road Map Goals:
    Graduate from high school, college- and career-ready
    Healthy and ready for Kindergarten
    Earn a college degree or credential
    Succeed in School
    Academic Indicators
    Indicator
    Indicator
    Indicator
    Indicator
    Indicator
    Indicator
    Indicator
    Indicator
    Indicator
    Indicator
    Indicator
    Birth
    K
    6
    9
    13
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    7
    8
    10
    11
    12
    Postsecondary
    Indicator
    Indicator
    Indicator
    Indicator
    Indicator
    Indicator
    Indicator
    Indicator
    Family and Community Support Indicators
    Key Transition Years
    Adapted from Strive Cincinnati's Student’s Roadmap to Success
  • 38. Strong Community Supports
    Ken Thompson / Erin Kahn
    Early Learning
    Monte Bridges
    K-12 Success
    Mary Alice Heuschel / Tre’ Maxie
    Postsecondary Attainment
    Deborah Wilds / Frank Ashby
    Building Neighborhood Pipelines / Data Sharing
    Michael Brown
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    Work Groups / Chairs
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  • 39. Outreach Sessions with Community
    Superintendent and Community Colleges Presidents
    Funders
    Community Conference
    Others?
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    Other Input Mechanisms:
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  • 40. Execute community and civic leader engagement in each project phase
    Confirm goals
    Select best indicators – actionable, available, understandable
    Examine baseline data
    Set improvement targets
    Select strategies – existing and new
    Detailed action plans for selected strategies (e.g., Promise Neighborhoods, parent and community advocacy, scaling innovation)
    Support action teams, track results, revise and improve
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    Major Tasks – Summary
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  • 41. Thank You For All Your Help!
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