Dissertation - Public Access
Ed.D. Doctor of Education
This proposed policy advocates for Chicago Public Schools (CPS) to adopt a College and Career Readiness Preparation Accountability Policy wherein CPS sets district-wide criteria and structures for student college and career readiness at every grade level and ensures that resources and supportive services are available for its most at-risk students in underperforming schools. Also, it is important that CPS recognize the limited capacity of its teachers to transition students toward meeting Common Core State Standards. This can be addressed through professional development aligned to a proposed matrix for college and career readiness for all students. Supplemental funds are needed to ensure quality educational programming for students and families, time-in schedules for teacher collaboration, and a college-going culture at all schools.
Brown, Mellodie, "ADVOCATING FOR THE NEED OF A COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS PREPARATION ACCOUNTABLITY POLICY" (2017). Dissertations. 329.