Rationale for District Plan

  • OUR GOAL IS TO PREPARE ALL STUDENTS TO GRADUATE READY TO PURSUE AND SUCCEED ON THEIR CHOSEN PATHS.

    This tool kit provides School Governance Council Members with resources for comprehending the rationale of Fulton County School's strategic plan and for socializing the school's strategic plan to all stakeholders. Oftentimes, school governance council members who are non-educators need more knowledge of the educational jargon listed in their school's strategic plan. This toolkit is designed with user-friendly language, and will provide the rationale for the district's learning targets and local school outcomes and initiatives.

    Information provided in this toolkit is the sole property of the Fulton County School District in Georgia, and should not be copied or reproduced.

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  • Fulton County Schools has set a 2022 Target for each pillar in the district's strategic plan. The four pillars are Student Achievement, People and Culture, Community Collaboration, and Fiscal Responsibility.

    • 92% 4-year cohort graduation rate
    • 85% of graduates will enroll seamlessly in college or complete a CTAE pathway and earn industry-recognized certification
    • 0 schools will be identified as “failing,” according to Georgia’s College and Career Readiness Performance Index (CCRPI)
    • 100% of schools will “beat the odds,” according to Georgia’s College and Career Readiness Performance Index (CCRPI)

    The outcomes are listed in the SP Targets and Strategic Plan Overview Sheet on the district's website. The Initiatives are in the Overview Sheet and each have their own one-pagers on the district's website and in this toolkit.

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Contributors

  • Jan Jackson Facilitator, Governance & Flexibility
    Scott Hetherington Director, School Governance & Flexibility
    Yoshana Jones-Hill Manager, School Governance & Flexibility
    Amy Barger Assistant Superintendent of Learning & Teaching
    Cliff Jones Chief Academic Officer
    Marvin Dereef Chief Financial Officer
    Melanie Conley Coordinator of Operations
    Margaret White Associate Superintendent of Learning & Development
    Samantha Maxey Director of Community Engagement
    Altanya Porter Program Specialist-Humanities