Strategy 5: We will implement and monitor integrated, articulated curricula and programs that achieve the district’s mission.

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Results Statement 1: Create structures for defining, evaluating, and sustaining Learning Center and Academy success.

    The Superintendent will convene a magnet program advisory board to develop and implement tools for evaluating magnet program success, recommend transition programs for incoming magnet program students, and to provide input on magnet program curricula.
  Dependency: S6R2 Structured Learning Experiences


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S5.R1 Results to Date

2012-2013: The Office of Curriculum and Instruction deployed surveys to gather data toward the development of program self-evaluation tools. Learning Centers and Academies used these tools to gauge health and to set goals. The Magnet Program Advisory Board convened throughout the spring to discuss program goals, and to forge a definition of magnet program success.
2013-2014: The MPAB finalized and began to publicize its definition of success. the definition became a central drive in learning center/academy curriculum mapping, which began in the spring.
Mapping is already beginning to transform programs. In Law and Public Service, for example, curriculum mapping and revision has led to a realization that Office of Career and Technical Education (OCTE) recognition of the program (to make it a “Perkins program”) would allow students to participate in formal Structured Learning Experiences in the community and would allow for Perkins funding supporting the program.