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Shardae Davis EDL 700 Problem Solving and Visionary Leadership Dr. Shannon Grice Nova Southeastern University February 20, 2018
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For this assignment, I have been instructed to complete the task of writing an analysis of the current mission, vision, and value statements at two schools within the state of Georgia that have contrasting demographics. The two schools I have decided to write about are located in Bibb County School district. The first school is Academy The Academy For Classical Education (ACE), and Veterans elementary. Although, bout schools are within the same school district and are considered district schools. ACE is a lottery operated program which requires families to apply to attend. ACE is the home to 650 students grades K-12, ACE population is 70% Caucasian, 23% African American, 5% Hispanic and 2% other. ACE requires students to have minimal to no behavior infractions and continue to meet and maintain certain grading criteria to attend. Veterans is a new school to the district with a student population of 850 students grades PreK-5th grade, Veterans is made up of 80% African American 10% Hispanic 5% Caucasian, and 5% other. Veterans is located in a low-income neighborhood that allows neighboring families to attend. Most recently Veterans has been taken over by the state due to low CCRPI scores. The State’s goal is to help the school turn, this places the school on the fast track for improvement. Mission, Vision, & Core Value Statements The mission of the Academy for Classical Education is to build the foundation of knowledge and critical thinking skills necessary for children to become independent learners for life. Veterans share Bibb county District Mission: The Bibb County School District will develop
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