Strategic Priorities Feedback Form
The IPS Board of School Commissioners approved six new strategic priorities for the 2019-2020 school year, laying the foundation for a long-term strategic plan.

During a series of town hall meetings Nov. 4-14, the IPS Leadership Team hosted discussions on these priorities and collected feedback from attendees — including IPS parents, staff, students, alumni, and community members.

We also want to hear from you!

Your input will be considered as IPS lays the foundation for its five-year strategic plan, which will guide the district well into the future. This plan will be the framework for continuing the development of a world-class family of IPS schools, programs, and services.

Please review the six strategic priorities (listed below) and answer the following questions for each priority. For background information on the history of racial equity, please visit: https://www.myips.org/townhalls.
What does each priority mean to you?
The priorities are listed as No. 1-6
1. Student-Centered Teaching & Learning: Integrate SEL programs and align high-quality instructional, curricular and assessment resources.
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2. High-Performing Team: Recruit and retain talent by developing staff and holding them accountable for implementation of IPS’ shared vision of excellence.
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3. Racial Equity Mindset: Strengthen and expand racial equity work to eliminate opportunity gaps and build capacity for team members to persistently interrupt and address institutional bias.
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4. School-Centered Central Services: Design Central Services to transparently and effectively meet the needs of schools.
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5. Engaged Families, Team & Partners: Engage families, team members and the community in authentic and collaborative partnerships to improve student outcomes.
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6. Sustainable Finances and Operations: Strengthen and expand efforts to equitably and efficiently allocate resources across IPS schools.
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The 3Es — Enrolled, Enlisted and Employed
The vision at IPS is for all students to graduate on time and to be Enrolled in a two- or four-year college or university, Enlisted in the armed services or Employed at a livable wage upon graduation.
How do you believe the six strategic priorities will help IPS students achieve the district’s 3Es?
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Thank You!
Thank you for taking the time to complete the feedback form. By participating, you are investing in the success of every IPS student.
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