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BEST NC Shaftesbury Society - August 2015 - FINAL DECK

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BEST NC Shaftesbury Society - August 2015 - FINAL DECK

  1. 1. ShaftesburyShaftesburyShaftesburyShaftesbury SocietySocietySocietySociety LuncheonLuncheonLuncheonLuncheon Hosted byHosted byHosted byHosted by thethethethe John Locke FoundationJohn Locke FoundationJohn Locke FoundationJohn Locke Foundation August 17, 2015 The Business Case for Education Why North Carolina can (and must) have the best education system in the nation
  2. 2. Today’s conversation…Today’s conversation…Today’s conversation…Today’s conversation… The Business Case for Education: Why North Carolina can (and must) have the best education system in the nation North Carolina’s Crisis of Mediocrity Moving the Needle on Education Setting a Vision for Education in North Carolina
  3. 3. Some of BEST NC’s Member CompaniesSome of BEST NC’s Member CompaniesSome of BEST NC’s Member CompaniesSome of BEST NC’s Member Companies
  4. 4. Brenda BergBrenda BergBrenda BergBrenda Berg Entrepreneur. Education Advocate. Parent.
  5. 5. Why Transform Education inWhy Transform Education inWhy Transform Education inWhy Transform Education in North Carolina?North Carolina?North Carolina?North Carolina? We are facing a growing SKILLS GAP that will make it difficult to fill positions in our companies. STUDENT academic performance in NC is flat & mediocre when other systems are improving. We have no “Talent Plan” for EDUCATORS in North Carolina from pre-K to postgraduate.
  6. 6. NC’s Crisis of MediocrityNC’s Crisis of MediocrityNC’s Crisis of MediocrityNC’s Crisis of Mediocrity WHY WE NEED EDUCATIONAL TRANSFORMATION… NOW
  7. 7. The Skills Gap is GrowingThe Skills Gap is GrowingThe Skills Gap is GrowingThe Skills Gap is Growing
  8. 8. 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 1 2020 Skills Gap2020 Skills Gap2020 Skills Gap2020 Skills Gap 67% of NC jobs in 2020 will require some postsecondary education 58% of NC adults in 2013 have that level of education 34% of adults age 25 and older have an associate’s degree or higher Source: Center for Education and the Workforce, Georgetown University Expect a shortfall of 46,000 workers and 77,000 underemployed workers by 2020
  9. 9. Educational AttainmentEducational AttainmentEducational AttainmentEducational Attainment 40% of North Carolina employers report “absolutely critical” vacancies40% 67% 46th By 2020, 67% of jobs in NC will require some postsecondary education NC ranks 46th in the nation when it comes to meeting our postsecondary attainment needs Source: NC Dept of Commerce and Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce
  10. 10. Career and College ReadinessCareer and College ReadinessCareer and College ReadinessCareer and College Readiness 16% 47% Only 16% of North Carolina high school graduates met college readiness benchmarks on the ACT Nearly half of NC’s high school graduates fail to meet any ACT college readiness benchmarks Source: ACT Among states with 100% ACT participation, NC scores last (behind Mississippi and Louisiana)Last
  11. 11. “Good is the enemy of great.” Jim Collins
  12. 12. Source: National Assessment of Educational Progress, National Center for Education Statistics 210 215 220 225 230 235 240 245 250 255 2000 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 NAEP 4th Grade MathNAEP 4th Grade MathNAEP 4th Grade MathNAEP 4th Grade Math MA MS NC Natl Avg
  13. 13. 245 250 255 260 265 270 275 280 1998 2002 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 NAEP 8th Grade Reading MA MS NC Natl Avg 250 260 270 280 290 300 310 2000 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 NAEP 8th Grade Math MA NS NC Natl Avg 210 215 220 225 230 235 240 245 250 255 2000 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 NAEP 4th Grade Math MA MS NC Natl Avg 200 205 210 215 220 225 230 235 240 1998 2002 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 NAEP 4th Grade Reading MA MS NC Natl Avg 50th 41st 36th 34th Source: National Assessment of Educational Progress, National Center for Education Statistics
  14. 14. 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% NC Students Economically Disadvantaged Non-Economically Disadvantaged 4th Grade Literacy Percent Below Basic Percent at or Above Basic Percent At or Above Proficient Percent Advanced 65% not Proficient 31% not Basic Students who can read are ready to learn. Source: National Assessment of Educational Progress, National Center for Education Statistics
  15. 15. 26th 17th 21st MATH READING SCIENCE 2012 PISA Comparisons US vs 34 OECD Countries Source: Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), 2012 US students are in the middle of the pack internationally.
  16. 16. NC has a “Talent Crisis”NC has a “Talent Crisis”NC has a “Talent Crisis”NC has a “Talent Crisis” inininin oooour Schoolsur Schoolsur Schoolsur Schools
  17. 17. Education TalentEducation TalentEducation TalentEducation Talent NC’s teacher education programs have seen a 27% drop in enrollment over the past four years27% 15% 14% NC’s alternative entry candidates make up nearly 15% percent of the teaching force, but rank among the lowest-performing Teacher turnover in K-12 public schools has been above 12% since 2011 Source: DPI and UNC GA
  18. 18. Outdated Organizational ModelOutdated Organizational ModelOutdated Organizational ModelOutdated Organizational Model Graphic updated on 03/22/15
  19. 19. “A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.” Winston Churchill
  20. 20. Moving the NeedleMoving the NeedleMoving the NeedleMoving the Needle on Educationon Educationon Educationon Education
  21. 21. The Most Successful Systems in the World …The Most Successful Systems in the World …The Most Successful Systems in the World …The Most Successful Systems in the World … High-quality, resourced school teachers and leaders More equitable allocation of resources Autonomy with accountability and teacher- principal collaboration Pre-primary education Source: PISA 2012 Results in Focus, OECD (2013)
  22. 22. North Carolina is uniquelyNorth Carolina is uniquelyNorth Carolina is uniquelyNorth Carolina is uniquely positioned to have the bestpositioned to have the bestpositioned to have the bestpositioned to have the best education system in the nation.education system in the nation.education system in the nation.education system in the nation.
  23. 23. NC Historic Commitment to EducationNC Historic Commitment to EducationNC Historic Commitment to EducationNC Historic Commitment to Education 1776177617761776 NorthNorthNorthNorth Carolina's First ConstitutionCarolina's First ConstitutionCarolina's First ConstitutionCarolina's First Constitution Recognizes EducationRecognizes EducationRecognizes EducationRecognizes Education 1789178917891789 University of North Carolina CharteredUniversity of North Carolina CharteredUniversity of North Carolina CharteredUniversity of North Carolina Chartered 1840184018401840 FirstFirstFirstFirst Public School in NorthPublic School in NorthPublic School in NorthPublic School in North CarolinaCarolinaCarolinaCarolina 1907190719071907 First KindergartenFirst KindergartenFirst KindergartenFirst Kindergarten 1919191919191919 School Length to 6 Months / Teacher Certification EstablishedSchool Length to 6 Months / Teacher Certification EstablishedSchool Length to 6 Months / Teacher Certification EstablishedSchool Length to 6 Months / Teacher Certification Established 1977197719771977 Kindergarten for AllKindergarten for AllKindergarten for AllKindergarten for All 1993199319931993 Smart StartSmart StartSmart StartSmart Start 1997199719971997 Leandro Supreme Court CaseLeandro Supreme Court CaseLeandro Supreme Court CaseLeandro Supreme Court Case 2002200220022002 First Early College HighFirst Early College HighFirst Early College HighFirst Early College High SchoolSchoolSchoolSchool 2007200720072007 North Carolina Virtual Public SchoolNorth Carolina Virtual Public SchoolNorth Carolina Virtual Public SchoolNorth Carolina Virtual Public School
  24. 24. Bright Lights in NCBright Lights in NCBright Lights in NCBright Lights in NC Early Learning Finance Equity Data & Accountability Early College Programs Community College System NC Public University System
  25. 25. Setting a Vision:Setting a Vision:Setting a Vision:Setting a Vision: prioritizing student successprioritizing student successprioritizing student successprioritizing student success in school, work & lifein school, work & lifein school, work & lifein school, work & life SUPPORT STUDENTS, ELEVATE EDUCATORS & RAISE EXPECTATIONS
  26. 26. Why Business?Why Business?Why Business?Why Business? End-user of education Long-term focused and steady Independence, no direct benefit Understand the value of talent
  27. 27. • Convene a broad constituency, • Encourage collaboration around a shared, bold vision for education, and • Advocate for policies, research, programs, and awareness that will move the needle. Convene VisionAdvocate Coalitions Shared Strategies for Change
  28. 28. Innovation Lab summer 2014 Working Groups (<350 participants) summer-fall 2014 NC Education Vision (<600 recs + <20 strat. plans) spring 2015 Move the needle on student success Evidence-based Scalable (as needed) Actionable Feasible Recap of the Vision InitiativeRecap of the Vision InitiativeRecap of the Vision InitiativeRecap of the Vision Initiative
  29. 29. North Carolina Education VisionNorth Carolina Education VisionNorth Carolina Education VisionNorth Carolina Education Vision Support Students Access Personalized Learning Systems of Support Elevate Educators Early Learning Workforce Top K-12 Talent Inspiring K-12 Leadership Post-Secondary Talent Raise Expectations Career & College Readiness Governance & Effective Agencies Accountability School to Career Transitions (middle school through retraining) Elevating K-12 Educators (Principals, teachers and staff) Foundations for Learning (Birth to 3rd Grade Literacy) 10PrioritiesVisionCoalitions 38 Approaches: Including Personalized Learning, Systems of Support and Measure What Matters
  30. 30. 2nd Innovation Lab Sept 2015 and annually Vision Working Groups fall 2015-ongoing NC Education Vision spring-summer 2015 Review and ratify an action plan based on the Vision Demonstrate unity toward a shared, solutions- oriented plan Moving from Vision to ActionMoving from Vision to ActionMoving from Vision to ActionMoving from Vision to Action Work collaboratively with diverse stakeholders on specific, actionable 1-3 year projects that require collaboration and facilitate significant impact
  31. 31. Questions?Questions?Questions?Questions?

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