Transition Plan Data Confirmed

At the Focus Meeting on April 17th, I shared the synthesis of my findings from the transition plan interviews.  I asked for feedback by last Friday from anyone that felt these findings where not accurate. 

Only one person offered new input.  This person (anonymous) indicated that poverty and disrespect have become bigger issues needing attention and that the administration was a strength.

Based on the fact that 96 of 97 teacher did not respond, I am assuming that as a staff we confirm that the findings are accurate and will serve as a guide for us moving forward as we continue to seek to be more efficient and effective on our journey towards ensuring that all students learn at high levels.

Here are the synthesis charts.

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