Destination 2025, our 10-year strategic plan, is designed not only to improve the quality of public education, but also to create a more knowledgeable, productive workforce and ultimately benefit our entire community.
What will success look like in 2025?
By 2025, 80 percent of seniors will be on track to learn in a postsecondary classroom or enter the workforce straight out of high school; 90 percent of students will earn their high school diploma on time; and every student will enroll in a postsecondary opportunity college or career-ready.
Proficiency in literacy is the foundation of all learning, and we are committed to making that a top priority for students.
As we raise expectations of our students, innovative and varied practices are needed in the classroom to provide students with learning experiences that will prepare them for life after graduation.
Successful teachers and leaders are the drivers for student success. That means continuing to provide educators with the support and tools needed to make classroom teaching impactful.
Although 2025 is in the future, the work is happening to produce engaged and prepared students.
By devoting time and other resources to schools, community members can have a direct impact on student achievement.
How will we get there?
Teachers, parents and community leaders have worked with us to develop the high-leverage priorities to focus all of our efforts and resources over the next 10 years – early literacy, post-secondary readiness, teacher and staff development, high quality schools and community engagement.