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Butler Tech Future’s Forum January 9 th , 2012. Planning and Design Process. Strategic Planning Process Framework. School Board. Superintendent and District staff principals and teachers. Vision, Mission. Goals. GOVERNANCE School Board Leadership Role. Students & Community.

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Butler Tech

Future’s Forum

January 9th, 2012

strategic planning process framework
Strategic Planning Process Framework

School Board

Superintendent and District staff principals and teachers

Vision, Mission



School Board Leadership Role

Students &


Major Strategies


School Board Management Oversight

Objectives and Measurables

Initiatives and Actions


Mission Statement

“Provide exceptional learning experiences and continuous professional & career development opportunities responsive to the bioscience industry in an innovative real world environment.”

Educational / Services Delivery


“Prepare lifelong learners that will enhance the bioscience industry in a culture of innovation.”

Property Services


“Build a functional and effective bioscience campus connecting with our community learners.”



“Support the long term success of the bioscience campus with best financial practices.”



“Create win-win outcomes for all partnerships.”

envisioning the future
EnVisioning the Future

A Facility Plan/Educational Specification:

Aligns with District’s Strategic Plan

Focuses on the Learner

Responds to the community’s and industry’s expectations for learners

Facilitates the pedagogy and curriculum of the District

Creates opportunities for community partnerships in learning


Educational Specifications/ Validation

  • Capacity
    • Learning Spaces: Permanent vs. Temporary
    • Administrative Facilities
  • Support Spaces
  • Technology
  • Security & Supervision
  • Instructional Support
  • Physical Characteristics
  • Learning Environment
  • Relationships of Spaces
trends that impact school facilities
Trends that Impact School Facilities
  • A Strategic & Facility Master Plan is needed for 5 primary reasons:
          • Changing demographics
          • Population shifts
          • Dynamic curriculum
          • Advancements in technology
          • Aging facilities and sustainability

Demographic Trends

Review of national and global demographic indicators

  • World & U.S. Population
  • Birth Rates
  • The Aging Population
  • Population Trends
    • Diversity and Immigration
  • Multi-Generational Households

Click Here to view Video: 200 Countries, 200 Years, 4 Minutes


Current World Population


…and growing.

Source:, 6:00 a.m. 01/09/12


Population Change



Population Density



Population Apportionment





2010 demographic trends diversity
2010 Demographic Trends: Diversity

Most diverse states: California, Hawaii, New Mexico, Texas, and Nevada

2010 Hispanic population: 50.5 million, 16.2% of population

2010 Asian population: 14.1 million; growth of 3.2% annually

2010 multiracial population: 9.3 million, almost 3% of U.S. population

the changing face of the u s
The Changing Face of the U.S

Population Projections 2005-2050

  • Projections are based on 3 Key Components of Population Change:
        • Births
        • Deaths
        • Immigration
  • 19% of the U.S. Population will be an immigrant in 2050 (compared with 12% in 2005)
  • Latino population will triple in size from 2005-2050
  • Hispanics will make up 29% of the U.S. population in 2050, compared with 14% in 2005
  • Caucasian (non-Hispanic) will become a minority (47%) by 2050

Various Family Arrangements

Percent of Children Ages 0-17 Living in Various Family Arrangements, 2009


2010 population trends
2010 Population Trends


There exists a pervasive slowing of growth and change in most markets due to decreased migration flows and fewer births:

54% of U.S. counties lost population from 2009-2010

10 states, including Florida & Michigan, lost

population in 2009-2010

world population
World Population

According to the Population Reference Bureau, these will be the ten largest countries based on population in 2050.

While China, India, and the U.S. lead the world, the future of human population will be largely determined by the world’s less developed countries.


Global Village

Population Breakdown by Ethnicity

If the world population were represented by a group of 100 people, it would consist of:



According to the 2006 CIA World Factbook, around 27% of the world's population is below 15 years of age.


You are 41, male and living in the USA

Average life expectancy is 75.4 years

What's next?

The global population will continue to increase during your lifetime and beyond, reaching 10 billion by 2083. However, the rate of growth is expected to slow. Little of the current growth is happening in developed countries like yours.

Longer lives:

By 2050, there will be just 2.2 people of working age supporting every person aged 65 or older in the developed world. In Europe, this will drop to just two.

Battle for resources:

It is estimated that your group of the richest countries consumes double the resources used by the rest of the world. The UN estimates that if current population and consumption trends continue, by the 2030s we will need the equivalent of two Earths to support us.

Did you know?

The average family size globally has declined by half since 1950 - from five children to the current 2.5.


Economic Trends


: the act or process of globalizing : the state of being globalized; especially: the development of an increasingly integrated globaleconomymarked especially by free trade, free flow of capital, and the tapping of cheaper foreign labor markets.

- Merriam Webster

economic trends
Economic Trends

Changing Workforce

Educational Attainment


Housing Trends

Unemployment & Poverty



occupational changes
Occupational Changes

The fastest growing occupations reflect growth in the service industry and health care.

the job market finances
The Job Market & Finances
  • This map of the United States by county illustrates the areas most affected by unemployment.

Recession since December 2007

Unemployment rate up to 10.6%

Job loss at 5.6 million in past year

Economy slowed by job loss, housing slump, credit crunch

No immediate signs of inflation

FDIC notes record number of banks risk failing

Commercial credit hard to obtain

educational trends
Educational Trends


Charter Schools

School Sizes


21st Century Learning


factors that effect enrollment
Factors that Effect Enrollment

Housing development potential

City, township, county comprehensive plans


Employment rates, income, age

Special education programs

Natural disasters

school size
School Size
  • Movement away from factory-departmental-mass production model
  • Smaller Schools
    • Elementary: 300-400 students
    • Middle: 300-600 students
    • High: 400-800 students
  • Schools-within-Schools
    • Groupings of 100-200
    • Academies
    • Thematic Schools

Schools in 4 Stages:

Stage 1:

Stage 2:

Stage 3:

Stage 4:

Industrial Schools

Improved Schools

Restructured Schools

Learning Communities


Learning Styles

Studies support the idea that learning is facility through hands-on and experiential projects. On average, students retain…

Source: NTL Institute for Applied Behavioral Science

change in pedagogy
Change in Pedagogy

Civic Literacy

Global Awarness





Health and wellness awareness



computers for basic exercises

interactive multimedia

New Strategies

We have also seen major developments in the instructional use of technology in the classroom.


communication technology/networking


technology trends
Technology Trends
  • Integration of Technology
  • Technology in 21st Century Learning
  • Social Media
  • The Millennials

The Millenials


Also know as Generation Y and the Echo Boomers were born between 1977and 1998

  • Technology natives
  • Celebrate diversity
  • Optimistic/realistic
  • Self-inventive/individualistic
  • Rewrite the rules
  • Irrelevance of institutions
  • Internet
  • Assume technology
  • Multitask fast
  • Nurtured
  • Friends = family
  • Connected Collective
  • Consumer

Source: Diane Thielfoldt and Devon Scheef, the co-founders of The Learning Café and

Dan Pankraz, Planning Director/Youth Strategist DDB Sydney

the power of mobility
The Power of Mobility

U.S. Teen Mobile Ownership

Q4 2008

Teens now dominate the audience of mobile users in accessing social networking sites, music, games, technology, science, and videos.

data usage among teens
Data Usage Among Teens

American teens are sending or receiving 3,339 texts a month.

Source: the Neilson Company

environmental trends
Environmental Trends
  • Healthy, productive learning environments
  • Improved teacher retention
  • Financial savings
  • Hands-on learning
  • Environmentally friendly
green schools
Green Schools
  • Environmental Benefits
  • Emissions reduction
  • Water Conservation
  • Temperature moderation
  • Waste reduction
  • Economic Benefits
  • Energy and water savings
  • Decreased strain on infrastructure
  • Improved attendance and
  • productivity
  • Social Benefits
  • Improved health (indoor air quality
  • Improved schools
  • Empowers children to become
  • good global citizens

Why Go Green?

"Children are in the best position to impact the future of the environment by developing green behaviors that become lifelong habits.”

Victoria Waters; President, Green Education Foundation (GEF)