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Five Year Partnership Plan

Final project for School and Community class
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Greg Peters

on 15 April 2010

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Transcript of Five Year Partnership Plan

here HHreHllkjasdf;lk Improving Student Performance Through Partnerships
A Five Year Comprehensive Partnership Plan Based on current research, schools
that develop and incorporate partnerships with parents and the community consistently outperform those who do not What are some of our fears and concerns? Parental take-over! Lose control! Who is in the building? Unorganized! "I don't have enough time! Reasons to implement an effective partnership plan... District Strategic Plan Parents and family are vital Parents must serve as positive role models The use of current technology is essential The community must take an active interest Learners should be accountable Teachers, administrators, and parents must set high expectations Successful
Partnership
Program Educational Research shows Significant improvement
in student performance
and participation! = Many hands [working together]
make light work. Realistic Goals: Improve math scores 10%
improve reading scores 10% Reading Assessment Math Assessment How do we implement an effective program
with outstanding results? Process for implementation Step one: build an effective Action Team for Partnerships (ATP)
Step two: implement the teams findings
Step Three: evaluate, refine and expand the program
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