We are accepting applications for Minneapolis Public Schools Superintendent Selection Committee
Minneapolis Public Schools is committed to identifying and correcting practices and policies that perpetuate the achievement gap and institutional racism in all forms in order to provide all of its students with the opportunity to succeed. Learning and work environments are enriched and improved by the contributions, perspectives and very presence of diverse participants. With diverse participation as our goal, we are seeking six community members including one student, to be a part of an eleven member superintendent selection committee. The deadline for submitting an application is 4:00pm on Friday, April 1, 2016.
Do you have a special need or require a reasonable accommodation to help you in listening, paying attention, reading printed materials, deliberating or otherwise participating as a committee member? MPS will only be aware of any such needs if you let us know about them.
Social Economic Status
We know that many families have challenges related to income. In our attempt to give equitable voice to ALL families we are using criteria assessed by the Federal Government when asking the following question. It is not our intent to offend anyone.
Yes, my child qualifies for free lunch at school.
Yes, my child qualifies for reduced lunch at school.
No, my child does not qualifiy for free/reduced lunch benefits.
Do you have experience on other Selection Committees?
Which district do you reside in?
Which category best describes your background?
Business, Marketing and Management
Human Services (Law & Public Safety)
Are you comfortable listening to diverse opinions and feel free to respond in turn (i.e. give and take dialogue)?
What motivates you, as a volunteer, in serving on Minneapolis Public Schools superintendent search committee, and what educational committees have you served on?
The selection process is expected to last for 90 days. Is there anything about the length or scheduling of the meetings that would interfere with your ability to serve on the selection committee?
The School Board is aware that there has been a great deal of discussion about the achievement gap (difference in achievement for students of color vs whites). Do you have an opinion, one way or another, on this subject?
Pursuant to Minnesota Statutes the following data on you as an applicant for appointment this Selection Committee are public: name; city of residence; education and training; employment history; volunteer work; awards and honors; prior government service; veteran status. If you are selected to be a member of the Selection Committee these additional data become public; residential address; telephone number and/or email; first and last dates of service on the public body; the existence and status of any complaints or charges; and, final investigative report upon completion of an investigation.
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