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Sept 14th, 2006
Navigation 101
Engaging students & parents in their
learning and planning for future goals
Just in case…
• Franklin Pierce School District
– Tacoma Washington
– Dan Barrett 253-405-9425
– [email protected]
– www.fp.k12.wa.us
Nav 101 Briefer
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Documents\Navigation101\Navigation101
9.05 pdf.pdf
Ed Reform Preamble
To provide students with the
opportunity to become responsible
citizens, to contribute to their own
economic well being and to that of
their families and communities,
and to enjoy productive and
satisfying lives…some or all?
Nav 101 Learning Model
Source: Tim Stensager, FPSD
II
Frustration
No Skills
Heart
I
Joy
Hope
Achievement
III
IV
No Joy
No Hope
Failure
Cynicism
Anger
Alienation
No Heart
Skills
Senate Bill 6255
• 1) a curriculum analysis of students' test results; assessments
ofstudent interests and aptitudes; diagnostic assessments of students'
academic strengths and weaknesses; use of assessment results in
developing students' plans; goal setting skills; planning for high school
course selection; independent living skills; and postsecondary options and
how to access them
• 2) regular meetings
with a teacher who serves as the student's
advisor throughout his or her enrollment at the school (middle & HS)
• 3) student-led parent-teacher conferences for the purpose of
demonstrating the student's accomplishments, identifying weaknesses, planning and
course selection, and long term goal setting
• 4) data collection that allows schools to monitor a student's progress.
Nav101 foundation…
• “Developing & Managing Your School
Guidance and Counseling Program”
Gysbers & Henderson
• American School Counseling Association
( ASCA) National Model
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Student led conferencing
Advisor / advisee program
Guidance curriculum
Education design based upon student and
parent choice / need
• Results using evaluation and data
• K-12
Nav 101 State Curriculum
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8.30.06\Nav 101 Scope-Sequence
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Nav 101 State Lessons
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8.30.06\Nav101-Gr-12-Jan-07-28-06.pdf
A lesson from
Microsoft…BUNDLING
Ed Plan
Assmts
HS+Plan
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Tools for
success
Ed
Records
And
more..
Changes in Median Family Income
by Educational Attainment of Householder
1973 to 1999
Printed with permission from “A Call to Parents” by Dr. Susan Quattrociocchi
Source: Thomas G. Mortenson, “The Condition of Access: What the
Enrollment Numbers Say,” Postsecondary Education OPPORTUNITY, 2001
Education and Training Pay
Unemployment Rate in 2001
7.3%
4.2%
3.5%
2.9%
2.5%
Less than HS
High School Grad
Some college
Associate
Bachelor's
Skilled Apprenticeship
2.1%
Master's
1.1%
Doctorate
1.2%
Professsional Deg.
Source: Thomas G. Mortenson, Postsecondary Education OPPORTUNITY, June, 2005
Median Earnings in 2001
$22,350
$29,187
$34,340
$36,399
$46,969
$47,000
$56,589
$75,182
124,28$
Graduating seniors in 2002 who
went on to college
15%
Year-4
Year-2
53%
No College
32%
However, if you compare them
to the cohort freshman class…
11%
31%
4-Year
22%
2-Year
No College
Grads
Unknown
36%
Remediation
at Technical/Community
CTCRates
Remediation
Rates Anywhere Colleges
HS
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
%Going on to
CTC
% Taking PreCollege Math
35%
36%
32%
30%
33%
37%
43%
51%
48%
46%
% Taking Any
Pre-College
55%
54%
56%
57%
54%
Median Hourly Wages
Franklin Pierce School District
Graduates - 5 Years Out
$13.00
$12.50
$12.00
$11.50
$11.00
$10.50
$10.00
$9.50
$9.00
94.11$
$11.71
98.01$
$10.55
1995
1996
1997
5 Years Out
1998
Amounts inflation-adjusted to 2002 dollars
“Locate a resilient kid and
you will find a caring adult or
several…who has guided
them”.
-Invincible Kids, U.S. News & World Reports
Chemistry, Physics and PreCalc Enrollment Totals
590
600
550
495
500
450
400
521
389
352
Enrollment
350
300
250
200
1999-02
AVG
2003-04
05-06
Requests
Franklin Pierce Schools
Junior Asset Score Summary
174
180
160
140
120
100
80
72
75
Enroll in 98
Enroll in 121
60
40
20
0
43
19
14
2004
2005
2006
Students represented by at least one
adult at high school conferences
Student-led begins 2003
90%
80%
80%
80%
75%
75%
71%
67%
70%
63%
60%
49%
50%
40%
45%
35%
30%
20%
10%
WHS '01
'01
'03
'04
'05
FPHS '01
'02
'03
'04
'05
Note: 2005 parents were not called 24 hours in advance as they
were in all other years (oops).
Parent Evaluations
100%
Provide info. On
academic
achievement?
90%
Help develop a plan
for success next
year?
80%
70%
Help discuss future
goals beyond high
school?
60%
Conference
Worthwhile?
50%
Should we continue
with student-led
conf.?
40%
Bremerton
Evergreeen
Grandview
Hudson Bay
Mead
Implementing SLC High
Schools
17%
100%
80%
92%
79%
81%
80%80%
68%
84%
Traditiona
l Arena
3002
-Student
led 2004
68%
55%
60%
SLC 2005
40%
30%
20%
0%
30%
30%
17%
15%
Bremerton Evergreen
Grandview
Hudson's
Bay
Ft
Vancouver
Columbia
River
Skyview
Mead
Some days you are the lion…some
days the gazelle !
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