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Agenda. Introductions American Graduate quick review Highlights of Community Survey Results Public Media Strategy Work Next Steps. The goal of our work today is to answer these three questions Who has solutions now? Who can make the changes we want?

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Agenda

Agenda

  • Introductions

  • American Graduate quick review

  • Highlights of Community Survey Results

  • Public Media Strategy Work

  • Next Steps


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The goal of our work today is to answer these three questions

  • Who has solutions now?

  • Who can make the changes we want?

  • How do we best use public media to highlight and expand on solutions?


Albuquerque s dropout crisis selected maps and data

Albuquerque’s Dropout Crisis:Selected Maps and Data


Percentage of middle school students not involved in group activities outside of school or home

Percentage of Middle School Students Not Involved in Group Activities Outside of School or Home

Source: New Mexico Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey, 2009. Students were asked, “Outside of my home and school, I am a part of clubs, sports teams, church/temple, or other group activities.” The percentage reported here reflects respondents who answered “Not true at all.”


Percentage of high school students not involved in group activities outside of school or home

Percentage of High School Students Not Involved in Group Activities Outside of School or Home

Source: New Mexico Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey, 2009. Students were asked, “Outside of my home and school, I am a part of clubs, sports teams, church/temple, or other group activities.” The percentage reported here reflects respondents who answered “Not true at all.”


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Percentage of Students Who Report Not Having a Parent or Adult at Home Who is Interested in Their School Work

Source: New Mexico Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey, 2009. Students were asked to comment on the statement, “In my home, there is a parent or some other adult who is interested in my school work.” The percentage reported here reflects respondents who answered, “Not true at all.”


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Our Action Plan

On Air – National/local broadcast, TV & radio,

Online – Web, social media, advertising

In the Community – Collaborations & partnerships

Youth Generated Media

Teacher Professional Development

Research

Teacher Town Hall - April 18, 2012


Survey highlights

Survey Highlights

Family Development Program


American graduate initiative community survey results

American Graduate InitiativeCommunity Survey Results


Frequency distribution of survey responses solutions ranked 1 10

Frequency Distribution of Survey Responses, Solutions Ranked 1-10


Frequency distribution of survey responses solutions ranked 10 25

Frequency Distribution of Survey Responses, Solutions Ranked 10-25


Sample survey results

Sample Survey Results


Survey results

Survey Results


Survey results1

Survey Results


Survey results2

Survey Results


Survey results3

Survey Results


Survey results4

Survey Results


Survey results5

Survey Results


Survey results6

Survey Results


Some survey comments

Some Survey Comments

  • Create a culture and expectation that parents will hold children to high standards

  • Have ongoing cultural humility trainings for administrators, teachers and staff where community experts and members can be

  •  ….When students see their families in the schools, being respected and engaged in positive ways, they are much more apt to both stay in school and respond positively to focused support to address their individual issues around staying in school

  • Provide mentors

  • It is important to address poverty and income/resource gaps

  • Most priorities listed above are geared toward lower-income families, however middle-class, college educated families need help keeping their kids engaged in school

  • It is not enough to make sure students and family has a computer...they need access to the web


Group work

Group Work

Family Engagement


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Teacher Town Hall April 18, 2012

5:30 – 7:30 PM UNM Continuing Education

Partially funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Minimum 100 teachers

Pre Event Surveys for teachers to set agenda

Cell-phone polling during event

Offered for Broadcast nation-wide

Recruitment through partners & on-air spots

Moderated by Ray Suarez of PBS NewsHour


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Keep In Touch!

Laurel Wyckoff, Education and Outreach

American Graduate, New Mexico PBS LearningMedia, Community Engagement, Public Square

277-8296 [email protected]


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