Our vision for Woodland Public Schools states that EACH child has FULL access to, is engaged in, and obtains an excellent education that prepares them for responsible citizenship and a future of adaptability and success in life and their chosen endeavors.
For the last several months our leadership team has been doing a deep exploration of this topic, and we have developed a DRAFT set of indicators that articulate the understanding of what this means.
There are three goals for this workshop:
1) Build a common understanding of what it means for students to be “prepared for responsible citizenship and a future of adaptability and success in life and their chosen endeavors.”
2) Agree upon metrics that provide a measurable profile of what it means for a graduate to be ready for Life, Career & College
3) Build a basic understanding of the 16 CTE Career Clusters & Pathways and how they can provide an organizational framework to help prepare students for life, career, and college
Attached are a number of documents that it is not necessary for you to review prior to the board meeting. They are attached so you have the information for reference now and in the future.
Slide Deck for Introductory Presentation
Draft Woodland L•C•C Indicators
Selected Results from the Parent Survey
NSBA 2019 Skills Gap Report
Article: Predictors of Postsecondary Success
Article: College, Career and Life Readiness: A Look at High School Indicators of Post-Secondary Outcomes in Boston (March 2019)
Executive Summary: Automation and Artifical Intelligence: How machines are affecting people and Places
Full Article: Automation and Artifical Intelligence: How machines are affecting people and Places
Article: Career and Technical Education: Building New Pathways into the Labor Market
Document: Career Clusters and Pathways
Document: Detail of Health Science Cluster, Associated Pathways, and Jobs
Document: Pathway Plan—Biotechnology Research and Development
Document: College Academic Distribution Requirements (CADRs)