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TECT 4306 Spring 2016 Project 2 Diversity in Adult Education


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TECT 4306 Spring 2016 Project 2 Diversity in Adult Education

  1. 1. Diversity in Public Education Patrice E. Clayton University ofTexas Rio GrandeValley TECT 4306 90L Spring 2016 Diversity in Education: For Students in Secondary and Higher Education Families Being Educated for the Future
  2. 2. Introduction Welcome to the Adult Education population of South San Antonio Independent School District located in San Antonio, Texas. South San ISD is a primarily a Pre K-12 Public Education District. We are a part of the Alamo Community College District and Region XX of the Education Service Centers of the Texas Education Agencies. The purpose for this presentation is to show the diversities in the Adult population within this Public School District and how it effects the children’s population. Also, solutions for the diversity in hopes of Unification.
  3. 3. Diversities & Solutions How they are overcoming the diversities of Languages, Cultures and change in the Education realm. 1. District has diverse differences in Education Levels in the Adult Population which influences the Children’s Population. This is shown by sharing the stats that have been gathered. 2. Due to the difference in Education it diversifies the Income of the families within the District. Again, the stats that have been complied by the District Surveys are shared. 3. Then that brings us to “How the District is getting its’ information and what they are doing with it.” 4. How they are growing within their neighborhoods and communities to be a better place for accountability and leadership, leading their families to SUCCESS.
  4. 4. History of South San Antonio Independent School District Founded in 1922, serving the southern and southwestern portion of the city of San Antonio, Texas. (Maps and Boundaries within About Us, 2016)
  5. 5. Where this District was 94 years ago in 1922 compared to where it is today in 2016. The land that was designated or platted is still the same. The population of the District has changed over the years. The District like many are divided by the old two mile neighborhood rule for Elementary or Primary Schools. There are 10 Elementary Schools within the District. • The oldest school is Athens Elementary School. (Athens Elementary School, 2016) • Due to the population growth there are now Elementary Schools one mile apart, i.e. Price Elementary, Miguel Carrillo, Jr. Elementary, Hutchins Elementary, Kindred Elementary, Roy Benavidez Elementary and Palo Alto Elementary all on the East side of the District. • Then the West side of the District has Frank Madla Elementary, formerly Royal Gate Elementary, includes 34 migrant students and is ranked 97th among 190 elementary schools in San Antonio, TX. • Five Palms Elementary meeting the 2014-15 TEA Standards. (Five Palms Elementary School, 2016) • Neil Armstrong Elementary being lead by Mr. Joseph Carranza, the Principal of Year 2015, former SFC (Retired) U.S. Army.
  6. 6. There are four Middle Schools: • Dwight Middle established in 1958, now with 510 students. • Abraham Kazen Middle completed in 1979 and opened in 1980 with a student body of about 800. It now has about 500 children. (Kazen Middle School, 2016) • Alan B. Shepard Middle is on the west side of the district with a migrant coordinator and the TEA data records available in Spanish. (Alan B. Shepard Middle , 2009-2016) • Zamora Middle that houses Alternative Education One High School for the District: • South San High School is three stories high and takes up more than 2 complete city blocks. • The West H.S. Campus closed after not meeting TEA Accountability Standards in 2009. The building was remodeled into the District Administration Offices and a Parent Community Education Center. Also, what might be expected in the next 30 years…..see you in 2046.
  7. 7. “ ” In gifted education we have a saying: “The teacher of the gifted student needs to learn to be the guide on the side, not the sage on the stage.” “I suspect that is true of all teaching – being a facilitator, not a dispenser, of knowledge.” Dr. Ellen Fiedler
  8. 8. Where is this staff of Leaders and Educators moving this District for the Future? First Diversity is the Level of Adults in Education General Facts  •Staff: 1,439  •Full time teachers: 680  •Pupil to teacher ratio: 11 to 1  •Teacher assistants (instructional aides): 168  •Instructional Coordinators: 9  •Elementary Teachers: 289  •Kindergarten Teachers: 44  •Pre-K Teachers: 28  •High School Teachers: 236  •Pre-K to 12 Students: 9,729 (South San ISD, 2016)
  9. 9. Difference in Education Diversifies the Income of the Families within the District General District Statistics Per capita income: $10,353 Median family income: $29,521 Median male income: $18,962 Median female income: $12,993 Median income of a renter: $20,676 Median income of a home owner: $32,306 Number of Households making: 10 - 25k = 4,185 25 - 40k = 2,500 40 - 60k = 1,765 60 - 100k = 1,245 100k+ = 230
  10. 10. Second Diversity is the Earnings of the Adults in this District,  Frank Madla Elementary School Garden 2016 is sponsored by San Antonio Food Bank for educating children and families in “Self Sustaining Project for Families of 16 Counties”. • The above stats share the poverty of this district. • With approximately 10,000 households (Accounted for) and over 40% making about $10,000.00 a yr. • About 4% of the families making over $100,000.00 a year. • It explains why 96% are on Free Lunch Program and is presumed by students “everyone gets Free Lunch”. • No, there are some people who do not qualify and that is a good thing. • If there were more adults with Education in the District they would have better jobs and higher pay.
  11. 11. The third diversity, how is data compiled and reported? What is PBMAS? The Performance-Based Monitoring Analysis System (PBMAS) is an automated data system that reports annually on the performance of school districts in selected program areas;  Bilingual Education  English as a Second Language  Career and Technical Education  Special Education  Title programs under the No Child Left Behind Act. Technology, how is it being used and why? Middle School Winter Concert & Screen Show – AV Media
  12. 12. Technology Training Diversity Tools: Computer Textbook & Contents: Microsoft ® OFFICE 2013 Internet Explorer 10 Word 2013 PowerPoint 2013 (Beskeen/Cram/Duffy/Friedrichsen/Reding, 2014)
  13. 13. Education Learning is change!!!! Technology & Devices Click on Photo to activate
  14. 14. More Technology Training Diversity Tools: URLs see mores References – Slide 19     Connections, Explorations, and Digital Transformation  PreK - 12  Learn how National Geographic Learning provides a unique approach to learning through Connections, Explorations, and Digital Transformation.  COST – Public Education Institute – Grants/Donations/TAXES
  15. 15. Teachers & Technology 4th Diversity – Educate Adults: Use Microsoft™ From the data contained in the PBMAS, PBM district and campus staff designs and maintains the annual Performance-Based Monitoring Analysis System District Report. This report includes specific data for each performance indicator in the PBMAS. Click on photo to active
  16. 16. El distrito ha incluido en su página web una sección de traducción que traduce once idiomas que se conocen para ser utilizado dentro de los límites y población de la propiedad de este distrito.(Homepage click Translates, 2016) It has helped in many ways of working and educating throughout the levels of this and many more communities in the Region. Click on Photo to activate Languages & Linguistics Microsoft® Office 365™ PowerPoint© Translator
  17. 17. Community and Parents for SUCCESS Communities in Schools have a very active presence in this District and on these 17 Campuses. (Community and Parents for Success, 2016) The District, also, has its own Police Department that includes Public Safety Officer training with the opportunity for continuing Law Enforcement Certification at the Alamo Community College District. (District Police, 2016) Click on Photo to activate
  18. 18. This will conclude my program and presentation for South San Antonio Independent School District. “A picture is worth a 1000 Words.” Anonymous If you have any questions, Please contact: Patrice E. Clayton, Consultant 1+ 830.237.4146 P.O. Box 310574 New Braunfels, Texas USA 78131-0574 Click on Photo to Activate
  19. 19. References /Domain/1101/New%20Vision_Goals.pdf pbmas+2.pdf Submitted by different sources/research South SanAntionio I.S.D. All Photos were taken directly by Patrice Erica Smith Clayton, Consultant – Substitute Teacher (All Levels –District Wide)
  20. 20. BIBLIOGRAPHY Alan B. Shepard Middle . (2009-2016). Retrieved from South San ISD: Athens Elementary School. (2016, April). Retrieved from South San ISD: Beskeen/Cram/Duffy/Friedrichsen/Reding. (2014). Course Technology CENGAGE Learning First Course. Boston: Cengage Learning. Connections, Explorations, and Digital Transformation Community and Parents for Success. (2016). Retrieved from South San ISD: District Police. (2016). Retrieved from South San ISD: Five Palms Elementary School. (2016, April). Retrieved from South San ISD: n/1057/FivePalms_2014-15_School_Report_Card.pdf Homepage click Translates. (2016). Retrieved from South San ISD: Kazen Middle School. (2016). Retrieved from South San ISD: Maps and Boundaries within About Us. (2016, February). Retrieved from South San ISD: South San ISD. (2016, January). Retrieved from South San Antonio Independent School District: