ISD 279 WBW 2014-15 Report

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This infographic was created with  inspiration by and permission from South Washington County Schools
What is the World’s Best Workforce? The World’s Best Workforce bill was passed in 2013 to ensure every school district in the state is making strides to increase student performance. Each district must develop a plan that addresses the following five goals: - All children are ready for school. - All third-graders can read at grade level. - All racial and economic achievement gaps     between students are closed. - All students are ready for career and college. - All students graduate from high school
Osseo Area Schools ISD 279 2014-2015 World's Best Workforce (WBWF) Plan
The Osseo Area Schools Strategic Plan encompasses strategies, programming and priority work which align to WBWF goals and other priority results.  This interactive infographic is the Osseo Area Schools WBWF plan and highlights these components.
WBWF Plan Components
* Link to Osseo Area Schools Strategic Plan
This WBWF plan includes the most recent data available which may include data from the previous school year.
Strategies for Improving Instruction, Curriculum and Student Achievement
Program Improvement Process
Professional Development Priorities
Teacher Development and Evaluation
Principal Development and Evaluation
Site Improvement Planning
Programs to Support Student Achievement
Title I
Gifted Education
Early Childhood
English Learners
Local Literacy Plan
Multi-Tiered System of Supports
Achievement and Integration Plan
Annual Budget
Osseo Area Schools State Test Results
Balanced Scorecard
Assessment Plan
Performance Measures
District Advisory Groups
Committees and Roles
2013-2014 World's Best Workforce Summary Report
Strategic Plan
Public Board Meetings and Work Sessions
District Brochure
Strategic Plan/World's Best Workforce Website
District Reporting
2014 WBWF Goals and Results Summarized
Third grade reading proficiency scores remained relatively flat from 51.4% in 2013 to 51.3% in 2014
Results not yet obtained
Kindergarten readiness scores decreased from 66.2% in 2013 to 62.3% in 2014
Graduation rates increased from 83.6% in 2013 to 86% in 2014
Seniors taking advanced courses increased from 30.5% to 31.1%
* Osseo Area Schools 2013-14 World's Best Workforce Annual Report
Students entering college in Fall after graduation  remained the same at 76%
Average  composite ACT scores remained flat at 22.3 in 2013 and 2014
Goal is to increase letter naming fluency by 4.2% annually
Goal by 2017:  Increase third grade reading proficiency to 75.7%
Goal by 2017:  Increase graduation rates to 90%
Goal by 2017:  50% of seniors taking advanced courses
Goal by 2017:  84% of students entering college in Fall after graduation
Goal by 2017: N/A In 2015, the ACT will be required for all students, so a new baseline will set.
Kindergarten Readiness
Third Grade Literacy
Graduation Rates
Career and College Readiness
Closing the achievement gap