Preparing for Success. Preparing for Success. College and Career Readiness Goals. Increase the percentage of students who are college- and career-ready from 34 percent (16,320 students) to 67 percent (32,160 students) by 2015.
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College and Career Readiness Goals • Increase the percentage of students who are college- and career-ready from 34 percent (16,320 students) to 67 percent (32,160 students) by 2015. • Increase the Averaged Freshman Graduation Rate from 76 percent (36,480 students) to 90 percent (43,200 students) by 2015.
College and Career Readiness Strategies • Persistence to Graduation • Course & Assessment Alignment • Unbridled Learning Accountability Model • Targeted Interventions • Career Readiness Pathways • Acceleration: Advance KY, Advance Placement, Project Lead the Way, Early College Designs • Academic & Career Advising • Priority Schools
Proficiency Goals • Increase the average combined reading and math K-Prep scores for elementary and middle school students. • By 2015, increase the percentage of distinguished programs in the arts, PL/CS and writing as measured on Program Reviews. • All children will be screened for kindergarten readiness by fall of 2012. Fifty percent more students will be ready for Kindergarten by 2014 based on 2012 baseline results. • 90% of 3rd graders will be proficient in math and reading by 2015.
Proficiency Strategies • Curriculum, Assessment & Alignment • CIITS • Unbridled Learning Accountability Model • Kentucky System of Interventions/RTI • Collection & Use of Data: Program Review • Literacy Initiative • Math Initiative • School Readiness and Early Childhood
Gap Delivery Goal • Increase achievement for all students in Kentucky so that the achievement gap decreases for all subgroups (African-American, Hispanic, Native American, With Disability, Free/Reduced Price Meals, Limited English Proficiency) from ___% in 2012 to ___% in 2017 as measured by school report cards. (A baseline will be established utilizing the Kentucky state assessment results in 2012.)
Gap Delivery Strategies • Progress Monitoring • Consolidated Planning /Use of Data • Alternative Individual Learning Plans • Digital Learning • Best Practices
Educator Effectiveness • Collecting data & information • Talking with teachers, administrators, service providers • Will continue to work and develop the plan