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AreaGoalCommentsCode
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11rop program (cte) is supportedCTE
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11our school works close with the ARTS center in national cityPartnerships
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11number of biliteracy programs is building strongBiliteracy
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11increase in ap courses and opportunities have increased dramaticallyChallenge
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11as education involves, we’re evolving
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11granger is having more conversation with suhiVertical articulation
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11career & college ready: making sure we have our students are preparedCollege and Career
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11offering technology in the classroomTechnology
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11extending time in after school programsOpportunity
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11consideration of students; equity has expandedEquity
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11empowering students with “techy squads”Technology
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11compact for successCompact for Success
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11ebook collection; making sure our students have their resourcesPrograms
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11incomplete program @ ncmsOpportunity
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11giving students more opportunities to improve grades and pass classesOpportunity
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11access to laptopsTechnology
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11building capacity for new teachers & new ap’sTraining
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11providing access to data; everything is at our fingertipsData
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11improved our biliteracy graduationBiliteracy
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11ask questions when we look at dataData
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11students have opportunities to raise a grade; we want you to graduateOpportunity
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11making students feel importantClimate and Culture
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11bringing back the slt processTraining
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11open to improvementsClimate and Culture
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11allowing our counselors to work in our standardsTraining
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21Instructional guides (fluid documents)
Curriculum and Instruction
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21PLC timeTraining
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21Focused placement of students/master schedule/student data/support acceleration to increase rigor of courses (use of multiple data sources to determine this)Data
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21PSAT
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21High biliteracy seal obtainmentBiliteracy
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21Provide information about the biliteracy seal to parentsBiliteracy
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21Academic interventionsOpportunity
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21Democratic leadership/SLTSTraining
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21Providing classes that get kids ready for college, kids that will go to 4 year universities/collegesChallenge
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21Career programs for students to succeed→ career inventoryCTE
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21Some sites (PLC English) have included career researchCTE
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21After school tutoring and programsOpportunity
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21Encourages students to be challenged to take AP/IB classes through different programs such as CSFChallenge
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21Teacher involvement enables/ encourages students to ask questions, be open with them, approachablePeople
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21Saturday Schools/Scholars→ homework help provided and supportOpportunity
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21CTECTE
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21AEC (after school programs/ASES) allows students to turn in missing assignments if need extended timeOpportunity
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21Library being available and open before and after school (extended learning time and support)Opportunity
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21Quantity/quality of extracurriculars (clubs, sports)Extracurricular
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21Intervention coordinators to get students back on trackSupport
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21Peer counselors that give students emotional support and someone to talk toSupport
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21Visible, engaged, approachable administration team/ adultsPeople
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21Helpful counselors (4 year plan)People
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21Teachers more open to support students (extended time)People
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21ASB, student government programsPrograms
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41Introduction: strengths and T and L
Curriculum and Instruction
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41Language development in all content areas
Curriculum and Instruction
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41Monitoring students- SPF/CIS/Couns/ Attend coSupport
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41VAPA-standard curriculum developmentExtracurricular
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41Science-standards grading focused on mastery
Curriculum and Instruction
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41PD for PLCs-school focusTraining
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41-CFAs
Formative Assessment
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41-Best practices
Curriculum and Instruction
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41Peer support in T and L
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41Introduction/ Spec. Services partnerships ——>improved preparation for teachersTraining
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41Emphasis on Effective 1st instruction- LT, PLC, supports
Curriculum and Instruction
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41Learning and equity walksTraining
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41SLTsTraining
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41Freedom/risk/innovation(for some sites it can be an area of growth)
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41Students
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51No “D” policy in all coursesPrograms
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51Continued supports and interventions for students to graduate for example summer school and credit recoveryOpportunity
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51Growth in A-G completion and in graduation rate
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51Math tutors are helpful also a need in other courses not just math especially for kids that are learning englishTutors
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51Constant monitoring of students and supportSupport
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51Instructional guides have improved
Curriculum and Instruction
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51Credit recoveryOpportunity
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51AP courses , increase in number of exams taken and in exams passedChallenge
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51Articulation between high schools and middle schools in mathVertical Articulation
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51Dual language programPrograms
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51STEAM /AVIDPrograms
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51TeachersPeople
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51Parent participation (SOH)Parent Engagement
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12curriculums that include everyoneinclusion
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12offers various opportunities (not necessarily academic-related)Opportunity
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12avoid exclusions in every aspectinclusion
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12non-binary identifier (openness to all genders)inclusion
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12high attendance rateoutcomes
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12attention are given to those who may need itSupport
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12diverse environmentdiversity
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12students report their schools as “safe”safe
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12students have goals and plans for their futureStudent goals
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12lower suspension rate (improved student behavior)outcomes
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12staff believe that students can succeedPeople
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12good student-and-staff relationshipsPeople
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12students are hopeful about their futureStudent Goals
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12professional development improved staffs’ knowledgeTraining
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12practice meditation (available to both students and staffs)Programs
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12teen courts are offered to troubled studentsTeen court
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22Latinos have free lunchoutcomes
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22Suspension rates have decreasedoutcomes
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2244% of surveyors were hopefuloutcomes
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2296% attendance rateoutcomes
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22Zero harassment based on gender, religion, & raceClimate and Culture
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