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1 Heather Adams – Thatcher Riggin Rocio Villazon

2 Central MiddleColumbia Heights Public School Dist6-8 Whittier InternationalMinneapolis Public School DistK-5 Peter Hobart ElementarySt. Louis Park Public School DistK-3

3 Student Population (Actual) Total Students Am. IndianAsianHispanicBlackWhite Limited English Special Ed Free/Reduced Lunch Central Middle573292414518319214392401 Whittier International48581516617012619963330 Peter Hobart Elementary544230431003697649158 Student Population (normalized to 500) Total Students Am. Indian AsianHispanicBlackWhite Limited English Special Ed Free/Reduced Lunch Central Middle500262112716016812580350 Whittier International 50081617117513020565340 Peter Hobart Elementary 50022840923397045145 State of Minnesota5001030 503804065165

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6 Am IndianAsianBlackHispanicWhite Columbia Heights Public School Dist (0013-01)3%5%33%24%35% Minneapolis Public School Dist (0001-03)5%9%39%18%30% St. Louis Park Public School Dist (0283-01)1%6%21%8%65% State of Minnesota Totals2%6%10%6%76%

7 AllAm IndianAsianHispanicBlackWhite Central Middle43%30%63%31%33%60% Whittier International43% 32%38%82% Peter Hobart Elementary78% 60%58%86% Columbia Heights Public School Dist (0013-01)55%44%72%47%45%67% Minneapolis Public School Dist (0001-03)52%40%47%38%35%85% St. Louis Park Public School Dist (0283-01)75%43%63%58%52%87% State of Minnesota Totals72%51%60%48%46%79%

8 AllAm IndianAsianHispanicBlackWhite Central Middle39%20%64%34%27%53% Whittier International37%0% 30% 82% Peter Hobart Elementary83%0% 75%87% Columbia Heights Public School Dist (0013-01)47%37%63%41%37%59% Minneapolis Public School Dist (0001-03)44%31%44%32%25%77% St. Louis Park Public School Dist (0283-01)64%45%57%49%34%77% State of Minnesota Totals62%41%58%39%34%69%

9 AllAm IndianAsianHispanicBlackWhite Central Middle21%9%0%11%8%36% Whittier International7%0% 6%7%0% Peter Hobart ElementaryN/A Columbia Heights Public School Dist (0013-01)28%27%54%15% 42% Minneapolis Public School Dist (0001-03)29%18%21%13%12%61% St. Louis Park Public School Dist (0283-01)46%0%30%20%13%61% State of Minnesota Totals46%23%35%20%17%53%

10 Five-YearAYP Graduation RateDropout Rate Graduation RateDropout Rate Attendance Rate Columbia Heights Public School Dist (0013-01)72%8%92%8%93% Minneapolis Public School Dist (0001-03)51%20%76%24%93% St. Louis Park Public School Dist (0283-01)84%4%95%5%94% State of Minnesota Totals76%7%92%8%95% Five-Year Graduation and Dropout Rates

11 District Student Teacher Ratios Average Home Value Avg. Teacher Salary Free/Reduced LunchTeachersStaff Central Middle$187,469$48,37268%1312 Whittier International$236,401$62,63264%1713 Peter Hobart Elementary$253,424$54,72729%1815 State of Minnesota$217,260$52,40933%N/A Teacher DemographicsNumber of Bachelor'sMaster's Less than 3 years More than 10 years "Highly qualified" Administrators Central Middle39%61%2%37%100%2 Whittier International28%69%5%73%93.1%2 Peter Hobart Elementary25%73%10%62%73.7%1 State of Minnesota46%51%5%63%97.4%--

12  Test Scores  Lack of resources to meet the need of students  Translating the technology to the needs of learners

13 1. Do you think your school does a good job meeting the needs of diverse learners? YESNO * We engage students* Classes should be smaller (RI) * Reading intervention* No extended day services * Tutoring during Spanish* Summer school too short * ELL programs * STDR * Gifted and Talented * IB 2. When children graduate from your school, do you feel that their education will be less than, equal to, or better than the education of other children in Minnesota? BETTEREQUALLESS 1 2 3 4 5 *IB *IMMERSION *READING INSTRUCTION

14 3. Do you feel like the teachers in your school are prepared to deal with the diverse needs of urban learners? YES * Lots of training for equity and diversity *There is still room for improvement * Some teachers need more training 4. How do you see children learning differently from when you went to school? * Math curriculum * Reading * Individualized teaching * Manipulatives *Teachers give choices to the kids * Less paper/pencil taks and more learning by doing 5. How is your school district integrating technology to meet the needs of all leaners? * It is limited * Very limited in reading * In process of inegrating more tecnhology into teaching


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