• World's Best Workforce report for 2019 

    The full plan is available for download through our document center. The presentation shared with the School Board is also available for download. 
     
    Goal one: All Students Ready for Kindergarten
    By the end of the 2020 school year, 56.5% of all students in Kindergarten will score at or above grade level proficiency benchmarks on the Letter Sounds Task from the Formative Assessment System for Teachers early Reading (FAST), an increase of 2.3% from the proficiency of the 2019 cohort of students. (The 2019 cohort of students scored a 54.2% proficiency rate.)
     
    Goal two: All Students in Third Grade Achieving Grade-Level Literacy
    By the end of the 2020 school year, 63.7% of all students in grade three will score at or above grade level proficiency benchmarks on the All Accountability MCA Reading assessment, an increase of 1.2% from the proficiency of the 2019 cohort of students. (The 2019 cohort of students scored a 62.5% proficiency rate.)
     
    Goal three: Closing the Achievement Gap(s) Among All Student Groups (Anoka-Hennepin chose to focus on the MCA math and reading proficiency rate gaps between students of color and white students as the subject of our “closing the achievement gap” goals.)
     
    By the end of the 2020 school year, the achievement gap between students of color (SOC) and white students as measured by the All Accountability MCA Math Assessments proficiency will decrease from 21.5% to 20.4%, a decrease of 1.1% from the 2019 achievement gap.
     
    By the end of the 2020 school year, the achievement gap between students of color (SOC) and white students as measured by the All Accountability MCA Reading Assessments proficiency will decrease from 19.2% to 18.2%, a decrease of 1.0% from the 2019 achievement gap.
     
    Goal four: All Students Career-and-College Ready by Graduation
    By the end of the 2020 school year, 88.5% of all students completing their senior year will have taken at least one potential college credit earning course by graduation, an increase of 0.6% from the potential college credit earning course enrollment rate of the 2019 cohort of students. (The 2019 cohort of students had an 87.9% potential college credit earning course enrollment rate.)
     
    Goal five: All Students Graduate
    By the end of the 2019 school year, 87.7% of all students in their fourth year of high school will graduate, an increase of 1.1% from the rate of the 2018 cohort of students. (The 2018 cohort of students graduated at a rate of 86.6%.) This includes all students, including students in traditional, alternative and special programming across the district.