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NEWS RELEASES 2003-04

NEWS RELEASES 2003-04 :: JUNE 7, 2004 :: LETTER TO JUDGE HOWARD MANNING, JR. :: ATTACHMENT 7

ATTACHMENT 7


Hoke County Schools Vision, Priorities and Student Performance Targets

  1. Anticipated Outcomes
    High quality document articulating the district’s vision for education, clear priorities for the district and student achievement targets:
    • Consensus around the vision, priorities and targets among stakeholders.
    • A plan to share the document with stakeholders.
    • Increased support for the school district and focus for improvement initiatives.

  2. Implementation
    Scope - Work requires an understanding of the Hoke County Schools district plan. In addition, the work will be successful under the leadership of an individual who can build consensus among diverse stakeholders.

    Responsibility
    Description - Superintendent establishes leadership group to review district mission based on district school improvement plan, prioritize goals and clarify for non-education stakeholders such as parents and community members. In addition, the team will establish performance targets for determined intervals (i.e. one year, three years, five years). Work requires processing large amounts of complex data, group facilitation, consensus building, strong communication and marketing of final document to various stakeholder groups including Board of Education, teachers, parents, students, administrators, community members, and business and industry.

  3. Projected Costs
    Meeting support, materials, printing, etc. $5,000.00


Hoke County Board of Education v. State of North Carolina Letter

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