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Challenge to Lead 2020

Joan Lord

October 19, 2012

Atlanta Renaissance Concourse Hotel

Challenge to Lead

  • Meeting of the Legislative and
  • Executive Staff

SouthernRegionalEducationBoard

goal four high school
Goal Four: High School
  • Targets are from previous goals, in some cases updated
  • Directly from (or reflecting) committee reports
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Ten Issues Project, SREB

Educational Technology Cooperative

Identify 10 Key Technology-related Issues

But more…

  • State the issue in lay terms
  • Indicate why the issue is important
  • Identify policies to which the issue may link
  • Provide measurable outcomes for success
  • Determine the extent of the need (gap analysis)
  • Show example(s) of effective practice
  • Specify lost opportunities, if no action
four sreb policy committees and three key reports
Four SREB policy committees and three key reports

College Completion

High School Accountability

Middle Grades Mission

Adolescent Literacy

Early grades

First-grade readiness

Adult learning

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Challenge to LeadGoals for Education

A Decade of Progress

Jeff Gagne

Joan Lord

Joe Marks

Challenge to Lead

SouthernRegionalEducationBoard

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A Decade of Progress

State Profile

  • Public Elementary and Secondary Enrollment, page 2
    • Up significantly – 1.8 million more students
  • Percent of Students in SREB states Approved for Free or Reduced-Price Meals, page 3
    • Up 6 percent over the decade, 2000 to 2010
  • Racial/Ethnic Proportions: Public HS Graduates, page 2
    • More Hispanic and more “other” students graduating from HS in 2010 and 2020 than in 2000.

Source: National Center for Education Statistics

a decade of progress in three remarkable regional stories
A Decade of Progress inThree Remarkable Regional Stories
  • Reading and math achievement
  • High school completion
  • Postsecondary attainment
naep outpacing national gains
NAEP: Outpacing National Gains

Progress on the National Assessment of Educational Progress, 2003-2011

Math

Reading

Basic

Proficient

Proficient

Basic

Math

Reading

Basic

Proficient

Basic

Proficient

Source: National Assessment of Educational Progress

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A Decade of Progress

NAEP: Outpacing National Gains

NAEP Fourth-Grade Reading Results

Percent Scoring At or Above Basic

+ 4

+ 5

U.S.

SREB

Regional gain outpaced the nation

Source: National Center for Education Statistics

naep outpacing national gains2

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A Decade of Progress

NAEP: Outpacing National Gains

NAEP Eighth-Grade Mathematics Results

Percent Scoring At or Above Basic

+ 5

+ 6

Source: National Center for Education Statistics

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NAEP: Outpacing National Gains

Outpaced the Nation in Gains on NAEP

2003-2011

Source: National Assessment of Educational Progress

naep states topping national gains
NAEP: States Topping National Gains

States Making the Greatest Gains on NAEP

2003-2011

MD – 1st in gains in 4th-Grade Proficient Reading:

# 1 MARYLAND

# 2. Massachusetts

# 3. Alabama

NAEP Results in!

AL Gains Most in 4th- Grade Basic Reading:

# 1. ALABAMA

# 2. Maryland

  • TIE for 1st on NAEP! Basic & Proficient!

4th-Grade Math:

# 1. KENTUCKY

# 1. MARYLAND

KY MD +17

AL +15

MD + 11

KY MD +13

Source: National Assessment of Educational Progress

naep states topping national gains1

Alabama

Maryland

NAEP: States Topping National Gains

NAEP Fourth-Grade Reading Results

Percent Scoring At or Above Basic

+13

+ 4

+15

U.S.

MD

Source: National Center for Education Statistics

naep states topping national gains2
NAEP: States Topping National Gains

States Making the Greatest Gains on NAEP

2003-2011

AR - MD - TX

Top the Nation in

8th - Grade Gains on NAEP

KY MD +13

AL +15

MD +11

KY MD +17

MD + 9

AR TX +12

MD + 9

TX +15

Source: National Assessment of Educational Progress

a decade of progress in three remarkable regional stories1
A Decade of Progress inThree Remarkable Regional Stories
  • Reading and math achievement
  • High school completion
  • Postsecondary attainment
high school graduation
High School Graduation

+ 5

+ 8

Source: National Center for Education Statistics

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High School Graduation

Graduation Rate Gain, 2002-2009

NY

DE

#

%

%

MD

#

#

%

%

%

#

%

#

#

%

Top 5 in U.S. in gains in numbers of HS graduates

Top 5 in U.S. in HS grad rate gain

Engines that drove national graduation rate change

Source: Johns Hopkins University

high school graduation2
High School Graduation

Leading in Education Progress on

High School Graduation Rates 2002-2009

DE

MD

Among 12 states in U.S. with majority of new graduates

In top 15 states in U.S. in reducing students in dropout factories

Sources: National Center for Education Statistics and Johns Hopkins University

a decade of progress in three remarkable regional stories2
A Decade of Progress inThree Remarkable Regional Stories
  • Reading and math achievement
  • High school completion
  • Postsecondary attainment
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A Decade of Progress

  • Postsecondary Certificates & Degrees

Working-Age Adults With Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degrees or Higher, 2010

27%

Bachelor’s

30%

Bachelor’s

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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Projected Changes in Public High School Graduates

SREB States, 2011 to 2021

Source: SREB Fact Book 2011, Table 8

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A Decade of Progress

  • Postsecondary Certificates & Degrees

Estimated College Enrollment Rates of

Recent High School Graduates

+11

+11

  • SREB
  • U.S.

Source: National Center for Education Statistics

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College Enrollment Rates

of 18- to 24-Year Olds in the U.S.

2005

2009

The fastest-growing population has the lowest percentage enrolled.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau.

minority college enrollment
Minority College Enrollment

Percent

Minority

2010

8% to 22%

22% to 36%

36% to 78%

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Page 18

A Decade of Progress

  • Postsecondary Certificates & Degrees

First-Year Persistence Rates at Public

Four-Year Colleges and Universities

+2

Source: SREB-State Data Exchange

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Postsecondary Certificates & Degrees

College Enrollment Increases, SREB States

Source: SREB analysis of National Center for Education Statistics datatbases.

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Second inside page

Challenge 2020

… to Virginia’s state leaders

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Challenge to LeadGoals for Education

A Decade of Progress

Joan Lord

Challenge to Lead

SouthernRegionalEducationBoard

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