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WBEN NewsRadio 930>Audio & Video on Demand>>Dr. Pamela Brown Statement

Dr. Pamela Brown Statement

May 16, 2014|

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Have determined that it's in the best interest of the children of this district the community and myself. That I attempt to reach an amicable agreement with the school board from my departure. Needless to say my educational background and professional experience are well documented. I want to sincerely thank all of those who have supported it supported our efforts to ensure that every child. Benefits from a solid 21 century education. And graduates from high school fully prepared to pursue college and a promising career. I'm extremely proud of everything that my team has accomplished on behalf of all of our students. Working closely with stakeholders. Some examples include. More support for students to reach higher academic standards through professional development for principals and teachers. New curriculum materials. And comprehensive. Afterschool and summer programs. A significant increase in high school graduation rate during the 201213. School here. Increasing the college enrollment rate from 57%. To 66%. The highest recorded by the national student clearing house. Many more elementary student groups meeting state progress standards in English language arts mathematics and science. 83%. Of eligible schools designated as effective or highly effective by the state. Based on student academic world. Despite all this progress it's clear that a segment of the school sport desires new leadership. Therefore. I am hopeful that we will be able to reach an amicable agreement that will ensure a smooth. Fair and civil transition. Thank you. I will not take questions today. --

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