Presentation on theme: "Every student. every classroom. every day. Healthy Kids, Healthy Oakland Healthy Kids, Healthy Oakland Task Force & Opportunity Mapping Update Jean Wing."— Presentation transcript:
every student. every classroom. every day. Healthy Kids, Healthy Oakland Healthy Kids, Healthy Oakland Task Force & Opportunity Mapping Update Jean Wing Research, Assessment & Data January 28, 2011
1 TASK FORCE GOAL To develop an expanded data framework, including non-traditional indicators and aligned data tools to support a full-service community school district and the needs of the whole child. OUSD MISSION/VISION All students will graduate. As a result, they are caring, competent, and critical thinkers, fully informed, engaged, and contributing citizens, and prepared to succeed in college and career. OUSD GOAL To create a FULL SERVICE COMMUNITY DISTRICT that serves the whole child, eliminates inequity, and provides each child with an excellent teacher every day. OUSD Vision Full-Service Community District
2 VISION & GOALS: To develop an expanded data framework, including non-traditional indicators and aligned data tools to support a full-service community school district and the needs of the whole child. Healthy Kids, Healthy Oakland Data Task Force WORKPLAN Phase I (September 2010 through January 2011) Prototype development Incorporate feedback from experts on non- traditional indicators, such as public health, housing and safety data Phase II (February 2011 through May 2011) Tool refinement with feedback from stakeholders, including students, parents, teachers, principals and community members during community engagement events MAJOR QUESTIONS What indicators matter most for schools in meeting the needs of the whole child? What academic software programs can best assist in the process of compiling and analyzing data to support the development of the whole child? PRODUCTS -Created: Concept model to help determine critical indicators for meeting the needs of the whole child, prototype tool featuring attendance data for operation software program -To Create: Opportunity Mapping Tool geographically displaying differential need on a series of traditional and non-traditional indicators, Academic Tool offering data analysis of academic data, Operations Tool that connects traditional academic achievement data with non-traditional operations data, Balanced Scorecard PARTICIPATION -OUSD principals and administrators -Community Partners, including representatives from Oakland Housing Authority, Alameda County Public Health, and Urban Strategies Council -Health Education Program Managers -RAD Data Analysts & Researchers
3 Compared to a White child in the affluent Oakland Hills, an African American born in West Oakland is… 1.5 times more likely to be born premature or low birth weight 7 times more likely to be born into poverty 2.5 times more likely to be behind in vaccinations 4 times less likely to read at grade level 5 times more likely to be hospitalized for diabetes 2 times more likely to die of heart disease INFANT CHILD ADULT Cumulative impact: 15 year difference in life expectancy Racism, Income, and Place Impact Health From Life and Death from Unnatural Causes: Health and Social Inequity in Alameda County, by Beyers et al., Alameda County Public Health Department, 2008.
4 Opportunity Mapping Geographic Tool for A Call to Action “Opportunity Mapping is a research tool used to understand the dynamics of ‘opportunity’ within metropolitan areas. The purpose of Opportunity Mapping is to illustrate where opportunity-rich communities exist (and assess who has access to these communities). Also, to understand what needs to be remediated in opportunity-poor communities.” From Introduction to Opportunity Mapping by Samir Gambhir, Kirwan Institute, Nov. 30, 2007
5 Student Profile Personal Profile School Profile Community Profile Academics Home Health Friends Family Sample Student: Jamala Smith 3426 Linden Street Oakland, CA 94607 Attends: MLK Jr. Elementary Grade 3 Outcome Analysis Instructional programs Special education programs Complementary services Food services School facilities Opportunity Proximity Income Education Land use Crime House price West Oakland Neighborhood Personal, School and Community-level Indicators
6 Personal Profile Academics Home Single/multifamily/homeless Nuclear/extended Health Physical health Mental health Friends Social network Family Family structure Cultural Background Language Academic and Non-Traditional Indicators
7 Education & Health in Oakland Communities surrounding medium-high poverty schools tend to have poorer health outcomes and shorter life expectancy compared to communities surrounding low poverty schools.
8 Education & Health in Oakland Communities surrounding medium-high poverty schools tend to have poorer health outcomes and shorter life expectancy compared to communities surrounding low poverty schools.
9 Education & Health in Oakland Communities surrounding medium-high poverty schools tend to have poorer health outcomes and shorter life expectancy compared to communities surrounding low poverty schools.
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