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ESSA & Rural Schools Background

Transcript: main U.S. law for primary & secondary public education passed in 2015, replacing No Child Left Behind (NCLB) put into effect for 2017-2018 school year Every Student Succeeds Act ESSA enforces quality education for all students, including students in poverty, minorities, students with disabilities, & students learning English gives parents more input into school plans for success provides plans to improve struggling schools Pros Pros success determined mainly by standardized tests improvement plans/strategies don't work for certain schools & districts Cons Cons Rural School Statistics Rural Schools "for the vast majority of rural districts, generating adequate funding and providing quality education—and even basic needs—to most of their students is a persistent and often grinding task." (Walker 2017) "The challenges facing rural schools are staggering—concentrated poverty, inadequate access to health care services, early childhood education and after-school programs, ballooning class size, high transportation costs, teacher shortages, and lack of broadband access. " (Walker 2017) Additional Information Additional Info What are the implications of ESSA accountability for rural school districts? How might a lack of funding contribute to the problem? What are some possible solutions to ensure that rural schools are not at a disadvantage when it comes to improvement? Guided Response Questions Discussion Guide

School Background

Transcript: Northern Beaches Secondary College Mackellar Girls Campus Over 100 students in Year 11 and 12 elect PDHPE (including Cross Campus). They have performed above the state average for several years with last year being 7% above. Approx 180 Students in Year 11 and 12 do CAFS. Facilities & Resources: Links with Council (Manly/Warringah/Pittwater) Coaching with local Primary School (Manly West) Premier Sporting Challenge Parents used for carpooling, coaching expertise Elite Performer Program Volleyball, Basketball Approx 1200 students enrolled each year LUNCHTIME COMP: Nutrition and active living taught within curriculum Participation mandatory, healthy lifestyle worksheets for unable to participate Recreational: GRADE SPORT: Basketball (Yr 9 & 10), Football (13s & 15s), Netball (Open CHS Knockout), Softball (Open CHS Knockout), Hockey, Futsal Years 9-12 Competing at National Level Regular mentoring to liase with students and parents about commitments Time for homework catch up and mentoring each week Cross Country, Swimming, Athletics HPS FRAMEWORK How 2 hours mandatory PE is met: Representative Pathways Students are given the opportunity to excel in any sport they are interested in meaning that falls under the list for CHS. Daily news and Moodle has reminders to collect notes for trials Netball, Football, Touch, Basketball Manly Vale 2093 KNOCK OUT TEAMS (KO): Courses Offered: Talented Athlete Support Program COLLEGE: Years 9-10 Students highly commited to their sports are offered optional extra study time School Organisation, ethos and environment: Years 7-10 (competing at least at Regional level) 5 enrichment days 7-10 PDHPE Physical Activity and Sport Studies (PASS), Child Studies 2 Unit PDHPE 2 Unit CAFS Cross Campus SLR Partnerships and Services: Years 7-8: 5 periods p/w (40mins each, 4 PE & 1 PD) Years 9-10: 3 periods p/w (40 mins each, 2 PE & 1 PD), plus wednesday afternoon sport (=3 periods) Year 11: Sport Log Book Curriculum Teaching and Learning: Competitive: All girls Public School Part of Northern Beaches Secondary College which allows for Cross Campus classes in Yrs 11 and 12, along with Balgowlah Boys Campus (Brother School), Manly Selective Campus, Cromer Campus and Freshwater Senior Campus. CARNIVALS: Size: Type: Kayaking (amateur), Lawn Bowls, Ten Pin Bowling, Yoga and Pilates, Surfing, Tennis, Powerwalking, Beach Volleyball, Fitness Training, Sailing, Beach Sport Healthy Canteens Australia- Green, Amber, Red Cricket, Tennis, Hockey, Volleyball Open & 15s: Football, Water Polo, Touch, Netball, Basketball, Softball 14s, 16s, 19s: Futsal Reference: Williams, R., Warne, H. & De Angelis, A,. (2014, April 8, May 6). Personal Communication. Physical Activity Opportunities Hockey field, shaded netball court, 2 outdoor basketball courts, Canteen basketball court, Gym equipment room, Hall (Indoor basketball court size), Dance studio, Performance Space, fields across the road. Smart Boards, Computer Labs, Library, Textbook loans, Moodle New Industrial Kitchens. North Shore Zone Sydney North Region Combined High Schools (CHS) NSW All Schools School Sport Australia Talented Performer Program

Rural Presentation

Transcript: Invisible/Visible pockets of disadvantage Reliance on Tourism/Seasonal work Employment/Emigration Rural Transport Scheme- Lough Rae Airstrip- Inis Oirr Cost Implications Engagement in Services Bad Weather (Isolation) Road Conditions 'Meeting the women where they are at' Collective Decision Making Rural Proofing Comharchumann Fuinneamh Oileáin Arainn A Comparison of Issues & Responses Collective Networking response to Transport Issue Challenging Stigma Inis Oírr Co-op Community & Youth Work Responses Yellow Flag Initiative Thank You Self-sufficient Social Inclusion Rural Presentation Traveller Health Crime Free ? Transport/services Sustainability Against The Norms within Communities Inequalities Access to Services Quality of Services Youth Service- Economies of Scale Education Employment Health Natural Resources (Water,Electricity, etc) Social Work Transport/services diversity within communities Sense of Culture Gardai Aimee, Sinead, Niamh, Ross, Seamus & Denise Recreational Space Co-Ordination of Services Comparison To an Urban Context Poverty Youth Isolation By Group 4: LGBT Mental Health Migrants Disability Age Gender Isolation / Social Inclusion Similarities Empowerment Transport Engaging men school's Cultural Awareness Arts & Music Rural ENAR What influence can Youth work practice make in a Rural context??... Image/Identity Key issues faced by Young people & communities in Rural Ireland Empowerment Urban Oughterard Youth Cafe Consciousness Raising Group Discussion Services & Facilities

Rural School

Transcript: English Language Learners 370 Students With Disabilities 38 7% Race/ Ethnicity and Gender American Indian or Alaska Native 1 - 0.1% Asian 3 - 0.4% Black or African American 117 - 17.1% Hispanic 528 - 77% White 14 - 2% Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 12 - 1.7% Two or More Races 11 - 1.6% Suburban Continued Rural School Free and Reduced Lunch 678 99.69% Membership 719 Attendance- 96% Female/male- 50/50% Free/ reduced lunch- 7.2% Transitional Bilingual- 4.8% Special Ed- 7.5% English Language Learners 440 61.5% Rural Continued Hispanic Female-35 Male-37 Two or more races Female-2 Male-4 Gifted and Talented Students 0 Diversity to us means living in a society that has different types of people and groups that include a difference in race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, language, social class or status, religion, and many more aspects. 2014-2015 Reports Gifted and Talented Students 22 4.1% Male-14 (63.64%) Female-8 (36.36%) Suburban Schools Membership 527 Total-310 Female-157 Male-153 White Female-119 Male-110 African American Female-1 Male-2 Sacred Heart Cathedral School Pre-K through 8th grade Roman Catholic $3,500 yearly Demographics: Total-278 Female-15 Male-122 Asian-5 Hispanic-132 African Amercian-2 White-111 Pacific Islander-3 Total-356 Female-182 Male-174 White Female-128 Male-132 African American Female-0 Male-1 Suburban Continued Hispanic Female-54 Male-51 Two or more races Female-0 Male-0 Our Definition of Diversity... Students With Disabilities 62 9% Urban Colorado School 2010 2012 there was 390 students, it raised to 442 by 2013 Urban Colorado School 2014 The End Asian- 26.8% African American- 1.4% Hispanic- 8.6% Native Americans- 0.0% Caucasian- 54.9% Pacific Islander- 0.0% Two or more races- 8.4% Diversity In Schools October 2012-2013 Kirkland Washington Suburb of Seattle Benjamin Franklin Elementary k-6 Race/ Ethnicity and Gender American Indian or Alaska Native 1 - 0.1% Asian 2 - 0.3% Black or African American 132 - 18.4% Hispanic 544 - 76% White 18 - 2.5% Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 7 - 1% Two or More Races 12 - 1.7% 2010-2011 Reports Rural Continued Private School Chase County Schools Chase County, Nebraska Elementary School Reports K-6th Grade Free and Reduced Lunch 501 96.26%

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