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Duval County Public Schools Requests Feedback on Draft Strategic Plan 2.0

Duval County Public Schools is looking for the feedback of students, teachers, employees and community members on its newly released Draft Strategic Plan.

Duval County is continuing our focus on the success of all students, and to support our efforts we have created an updated strategic plan that we are calling Strategic Plan Version 2.0.  This updated plan builds upon the successes of our original plan as well as increases our emphasis on areas for improvement.  The updated plan is an evolution of the original plan and leverages a lot of the good work which has already started.

“We are committed to success, and it is our intent to make clear and measurable progress every year toward our objectives, however this is a long-term strategy and we expect that it will take several years to completely achieve all of our goals,” said Duval County Public Schools Superintendent Ed Pratt-Dannals. “Through the commitment of our students, the dedication of our teachers and with the support of the public, we strongly believe that together we will be successful.” 

Throughout this past summer, district staff, along with focus groups of teachers, principals, SAC, PTA, PTSA and students, worked to revise and update the plan that now covers 2010/11 through 2013/14.  The six major Goals of the original plan have remained the same:

  • Goal 1:      Increase Academic Achievement for All Students
  • Goal 2:      Significantly Increase the Graduation Rate
  • Goal 3:      Employ the Best Teachers and Principals
  • Goal 4:      Establish Safe, Secure and Respectful Schools
  • Goal 5:      Engage Family and Community Support
  • Goal 6:      Deliver High Quality Support for Schools

Please visit our website at www.duvalschools.org to review the plan and share any comments.

Duval County Public Schools operates 172 schools and serves approximately 123,000 students. The school district is committed to providing high quality educational opportunities that will inspire all students to acquire and use the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in a global economy, and culturally diverse world.

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