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World's Best Workforce: Summary Report 2014-15

South Washington County Schools is sharing its 2014-15 World's Best Workforce Summary Report through the interactive infographic below. Click on the items within the infographic to learn more about the various topics.

The team responsible for reporting on the World’s Best Workforce 2014-15 has worked to combine the traditional requirements of the annual report on curriculum and instruction, reporting on the district’s strategic plan, Pathway to Excellence, and the requirements of the World’s Best Workforce Report Summary.

The strategic plan remains the guiding document for the school district. The World’s Best Workforce Summary Report is a document that continues to be reviewed and updated and aligns to the strategic plan.

This summary includes progress toward improving teaching and learning and striving for the World’s Best Workforce, specifically progress toward: closing the achievement gap; all students ready for kindergarten; all students in third grade achieving grade-level literacy; all students attaining career and college readiness before graduating from high school (once data is received from the state); and all students graduating from high school (once data is received from the state).

An additional requirement of the state of Minnesota’s World’s Best Workforce Legislation is a public meeting. The district has set Tuesday, Nov. 24 as the opportunity for the public to hear an update on the World’s Best Workforce in District 833. This public meeting will take place from 4-5:30 p.m. at Cottage Grove Elementary School in the Media Center. Updates have been provided throughout the year to the School Board and community.


WBWF 1World's Best WorkforceWorld's Best Workforce GoalsKindergarten ReadinessAcademic Achievement GapsCollege and Career Readiness3rd Grade LiteracyHigh School Graduation Rates
WBWF2AVIDDesign Thinking ApproachMinnesota English Language Arts StandardsProfessional Learning CommunitiesCurriculum, Programming and Continuous ImprovementEarly Childhood Education
WBWF3Multiple Measurement RatingResults and EvaluationAcademic Achievement GapsKindergarten ReadinessThird Grade LiteracyCollege and Career ReadinessHigh School Graduation Rates
WBWF4Climate and CultureStandards Based InstructionLiteracy
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Questions about the World’s Best Workforce can be addressed to Brian Boothe, Director of Professional Development and Accountability. Questions about the Strategic Plan can be addressed to Shelly Schafer, Communications Director.

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