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1 Education Resources for Community Planning and Action

2 DESE.Mo.Gov School Statistics School Data and Statistics Select “state” or school district Click “load profile”

3 ADAIR CO. R-I (001090) Missouri School Directory Summary Reports 2008 Annual Performance Report (APR) and AYP 2007 School District "Report Cards" 2007 School District "Report Cards" Statistical Profile of District Special Education Profile Building Data in Detail Demographics County and District Maps 2000 Census Demographics (Profile 1) 2000 Census Demographics (Profile 1) 2000 Census Demographics (Profile 3) 2000 Census Demographics (Profile 3) Census Demographic Trends Census Demographic Trends Missouri KIDS COUNT County Profiles Educational Resources Calendar Days and Hours Student Demographics Student Staff Ratios Teacher Characteristics Teacher Certification School Finance Data Monthly Transmittal and Calculation Sheets Monthly Transmittal and Calculation Sheets Census of Technology

4 Educational Process Data MSIP Fourth Cycle Information Frequency Distribution Report Frequency Distribution Report MSIP Third Cycle Information MSIP Review AQ Report (Word Document) MSIP Review AQ Report Frequency Distribution Report Frequency Distribution Report Indicator Analysis MSIP Second Cycle Information MSIP Review AQ Report Frequency Distribution Report Frequency Distribution Report Indicator Analysis Educational Performance Data District AccreditationDistrict Accreditation Attendance Rate Discipline Incidents Dropouts Graduation Rates Graduate Analysis High School Grads Performance Report (DHE) High School Grads Performance Report (DHE) American College Test (ACT) Missouri Assessment Program (MAP) -- "Expanded MAP" American College Test (ACT) Communication Arts Communication Arts Mathematics MAP Disaggregate Data MAP Disaggregate Data Missouri Assessment Program (MAP) Historical and Voluntary Year Results Special Education State Profile Special Education State Profile

5 Service-Learning Cycle

6 Service Learning Grantees 13 $8,000 to $10, $1,000 Teacher $2,500

7 21 st Century Community Learning Center & School Age Community - Afterschool Programs -

8 Missouri has granted 55 awards in its 21st Century Community Learning Centers program. Of these 55, 54 were active during the school year and thus required to fill out the 2007 Annual Performance Report (APR). The following pages give a summary of the results of the APR. Overview; – MO Grantees 54 – Centers 129 – Feeder Schools 117 – Total Students Served – Regular Attendees Served 8261 – Total Adult Participants 510 – Paid Staff 2206 – Volunteer Staff 541 State and National Data School Year CCLC – APR Reporting

9 MO Grantees Represent – 77% schools – 7% CBO – 16% Other (FBO, College, For-Profit, etc) Nationally: – 89% schools – 4% CBO – 7% Other (FBO, College, For-Profit, etc) State and National Data School Year CCLC – APR Reporting

10 Adult Education and Literacy 19% of Missourians (16 and over and not in school) have a High School Diploma or GED 43 central locations 400 Satellite sites 50,000 enroll 32,000 stay for 12 hours or more 9,000 are ESL Over half the programs have volunteer programs GED Online Program GED Fastrack—15 hour GED Prep

11 Year Tested Statewide Passed Statewide % Passed FY0812,2079, FY0711,6499, FY0611,1298, FY0511,2018, FY0410,8398, FY039,6887, FY0213,7859, GED Testing Statistics

12 Focus on Student Transitions Programs of Study Career Clusters Personal Plans of Study

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14 How does this help Missouri students? Motivates students to take rigorous courses. Increases awareness of opportunities in the career field. Encourages “Real World” learning. Makes a connection between school and work. Organizes their coursework with a focus.

15 How does this enhance the classroom? Provides an instructional alignment. Better prepared students. Strengthens the instructional role within the school system. Expands educational partnerships. Provides for continuous industry input.

16 The 6 Career Paths A good starting point for Career Exploration

17 16 Career Clusters

18 Career Process Personal Plan of Study Career Path Career Cluster Career Pathway Program of Study

19 Personal Plan of Study: Sample Template (Schools will have their own models)

20 An Individual Planning Resource for All Students

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22 Interests Based on the 6 Career Paths Model Female Middle School Students (n=16,379) Male Middle School Students (n=16,715)

23 Top Six Interests Based on the 16 Career Clusters Model Female High School Students (n=24,904) Male High School Students (n=24,785)

24 Job Seekers

25 Missouri Career Source

26 Missouri Career Centers

27 MO Dept. of Economic Development

28 Dropout Summit April, 2009

29 Contact Information Don


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