DCPS Progress Report for 2007-2008 

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This first annual progress report presents a review of decisions, actions and outcomes for the 2007–2008 school year. This evidence of progress is organized around the following five strategic categories and the goal of each:

1. People
Recruit and retain the most highly effective and highly compensated educators in the country. Provide these individuals with the support they need to perform their duties successfully.

2. Schools
Create school programs that engage students and are compelling to families.

3. Academic Curriculum
Implement a rigorous, relevant, college preparatory curriculum that gives all students meaningful options for life.

4. Data and Central Operations
Bring accurate data to the fingertips of principals, teachers, students and parents to inform learning as well as strategic planning.

5. Parent and Community Engagement
Partner with parents and community members to improve our communities and schools, and together support the achievement of DC’s children.

The annual progress report is written for the DCPS community and stakeholders to detail progress in the reform of DC public education. But overall, this report documents the path to realizing DCPS’s ultimate purpose: increased opportunities for the children of Washington, DC, through effective education.

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