Director Meeting Panel

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Kick-off NAF Next with a program that addresses your leadership needs. This gathering opens with a panel discussion on what it takes to lead a NAF academy.

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Director Meeting Panel

  1. 1. Introductions Susan Katzman , NCAC, President Emerita Erika McLaren district academy coordinator and Jeff Draves academy director Strong district/academy relationships- cooperation Brevard County, FL Gabby Rosillo academy coordinator WBL- using the ECCO program to row wbl in the academy LA, CA Dana Rivas, Academy coordinator Growing the theme across subject areas Elizabeth, NJ Daniel Mesick, Principal Como HS Taking the NAF model seriously, using the action plan to increase fidelity St. Paul, MN
  2. 2. Brevard County, FL 74,861 students, 33% minority enrollment 10th largest of 67 school districts in Florida 48th largest district in the United States 5 NAF Academies (3 AOF, 2 AOHT) Viera High School 1,997 students, 21% minority enrollment Largest of 16 high schools Academy of Business & Finance, Grades 9 – 12, 167 students, 21% minority enrollment, 7% FRL
  3. 3. Strong District/School Relationships • Strong leadership at academy level/district maintains a support role • District takes responsibility for issues that occur across sites • Academy is responsible for issues specific to the academy • NAF strong data collection efforts benefits both district and academy
  4. 4. LAUSD, CA District size, demographic School size, demographic Academy size, demographic
  5. 5. Engage the Community  Extend classroom learning by involving subject area teachers in the academy • Create many opportunities for academy students by engaging Advisory board • Expand capacity by increasing enrollment in 9th grade first and then throughout the academy
  6. 6. Elizabeth, NJ District size, demographic School size, demographic Academy size, demographic
  7. 7. Increase WBL Capacity  Get involved in ECCO  Find ways to address students that are unavailable for summer internships  Integrate WBL across subjects  Increase advisory board support
  8. 8. St. Paul, NM District size, demographic School size, demographic Academy size, demographic
  9. 9. Action Planning • Identify standards for improvement • Increase recruitment • Engage advisory board • Partner with local college

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