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1 1 Strive Network Cradle to Career Convening September 26, 2013 Partnering for Success: School District Engagement in Cradle to Career Partnerships

2 22 School District Engagement Panelists Joe Jezierski, Red Wing Public Schools Scott Jones, Every Hand Joined (Red Wing, MN) Dan Ryan, All Hands Raised (Portland, OR) Carole Smith, Portland Public Schools Moderator: George Tang, Educate Texas

3 3 “Every Child. Every Opportunity. Every Step of the Way.”

4 4 Red Wing Demographics Population2000 Census2010 Census% Change Total16,11616, % Asian % African American % American Indian % Hispanic % White15,20215, %

5 5 School District Demographics Student Population: 2,875 White83.4% Native American 5.0% Hispanic 4.9% African American 4.0% Asian/Pacific Islander 2.4% Free/ Reduced Lunch33% Staff: 200 teachers Sites include: Early Childhood center, K-2, 3-4, 5-7, 8-12, Alternative HS

6 6 School District Engagement Listening & Learning Sessions – Over 130 interviews  School Board  School Superintendent  School District Leadership & Administration  Teachers Seats at the Partner Table – Superintendent, Director of Teaching and Learning, Teacher Union Representative Representation on Committees & Networks School Board Meetings School Leadership Team Meetings – Monthly Articles in District Newsletters and s School District In-Service Presentations to ALL staff

7 7 The All Hands Raised Partnership Six Partner Districts in Multnomah County

8 8 Poverty Across Multnomah County Schools Free and Reduced Lunch Eligibility Source: ODE

9 9 Indicators to Drive Action Endorsed by All Hands Raised Partnership System of Accountability

10 10 Ninth Grade Counts: Our Collaborative Lab Improving Outcomes Through Shared Action and Accountability Across Six Districts

11 11 Closing the Graduation Gap in Portland Public Schools % of Students Graduating On Time

12 12 School District Engagement Panelists Joe Jezierski, Red Wing Public Schools Scott Jones, Every Hand Joined (Red Wing, MN) Dan Ryan, All Hands Raised (Portland, OR) Carole Smith, Portland Public Schools Moderator: George Tang, Educate Texas

13 13 District Engagement: Federal & State Perspectives Michael Robbins U.S. Department of Education Vanessa Threatte New York State Cradle to Career Alliance Moderator: George Tang, Educate Texas

14 14 School District Engagement

15 15 State Level Perspective On School District Engagement Leveraging relationships to advance cradle to career work. Policy Context NYS C2C Examples Policy Agenda

16 16 NYS Education Policy Climate MandatesLeveraging State Funding for Policy Compliance Competitive Grants Future Education Policy Sustainable Funding High Quality Implementation Broad Buy-In Broad Implementation & Targets Highest Need Districts Wish List

17 17 New York State District Engagement Examples.

18 18 Stakeholder Council Executive Level (approx 40 members) Strategic Guidance Commits organizational resources Breaks down organizational/political barriers Early Childhood Success Action Team 3 rd & 4 th Grade Success Action Team College Completion & Career Success Action Team Lieutenant Level (approx 20 members) Provide recommendations for process, scope and strategy Engage and support action teams Marshals resources within & communicates progress back to broader staff and constituencies Coordinating Committee Various Task Force Committees (created ad-hoc when necessary to advance partnership work) The Albany Promise - Accountability Structure Anchor Entity- State University of New York Support the partnership through staffing, convening and sustaining Meets Quarterly Meets Bi-Monthly Meets Monthly Meets Bi-Weekly Higher Education Co-Convener Chancellor Nancy Zimpher PK-12 Education Co-Convener Marguerite Vanden Wyngaard Community Co-Convener Plenary Broader Community (600+ members) Champion Vision Affirm Direction Advocate for What Works Promote and Report Data/ Results As Needed College Readiness Action Team

19 19 1)Policy comment/ testimony 2)Engage and educate policy makers about collective impact in education and cradle to career work 3)Align and magnify our efforts with Alliance Allies Our Developing Policy & Advocacy Agenda

20 20 Questions

21 21 District Engagement: Federal & State Perspectives Michael Robbins U.S. Department of Education Vanessa Threatte New York State Cradle to Career Alliance Moderator: George Tang, Educate Texas

22 22 Thank you!


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