Our goal is to see results from nationally normed surveys, in this case, a Gallup survey, show employee satisfaction higher than the national average in fields pertaining to affirming cultural identity and life experiences. For this metric, we will be using a survey during the 2022-23 school year as our baseline data.
Our goal is to see results from nationally normed surveys, in this case, a Panorama survey, show student and family satisfaction higher than the national average in fields pertaining to affirming cultural identity and life experiences. For this data, we will be using the results of the Spring 2022 student survey as our baseline data.
When asked, "How often do students learn about, discuss, and confront issues of race, ethnicity, and culture in school?", students responded favorably 49% of the time. This is a one percentage point increase from the fall 2021 survey.
Our goal is to see the participation of division programs improve and better reflect the demographics of the student population. For this metric, we will be using enrollment data as of February 2022 as our baseline data.
Our goal is for our staff demographics to better reflect student demographics by 2026. We will be using data from October 2021 as our baseline data to compare to at this time over the next several years.
Our goal is to have 95% of our eligible staff receive Culturally Responsive Teaching credentials by 2026. Baseline data for this metric is the total number of licensed staff in ACPS who have received Culturally Responsive Teaching credentials by the end of the 2021-22 school year.
Our goal is that our school equity dashboards show decreasing gaps in equity year over year. The 2021-22 school year equity dashboards will be our baseline for this data. Below, you can see and overview of our equity dashboards, or choose an individual school to see that school's equity data isolated from the overall data.