Greater Louisville Education Project Report

by rfisher on February 23, 2009

Monday, February 23, 2009
Greater Louisville Education Project Report
The Jefferson County Public Education Foundation and Jefferson County Public Schools recently commissioned a study called the Greater Louisville Education Project. According to the report, the JCPS team identified 5 areas for study, Advancing JCPS’ competitiveness; enhancing the JCPS–Metro Area safety net for children; successful reform for achieving curricular consistency and high expectations; preparing JCPS students for 21st century careers, college success, and civic responsibility; and determining JCPS’ funding adequacy. So what did they study, what did they find, and what is JCPS going to go with the information? Join us on Monday when we talk with JCPS Superintendent Sheldon Berman about the next steps for our schools.

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