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Pending the first assessment of the Denver headmaster in October, the school board approved the criteria for evaluating his first year of work.
The indicators are related to the observance of color educators, the adoption of a program of social and emotional learning, the frequency of deviations from classes outside school, and others.
Superintendent Alex Morera began major work in Denver public schools in July. His arrival coincided with the adoption by the school board of a new type of governance that required him to set common goals called “graduation statements”. In board five.
- The district will be “free from repressive systems and structures rooted in racism.”
- Students will receive a comprehensive and culturally relevant education. All students will receive scores on district tests, and students who score below have achieved “significant academic growth”. Students with disabilities will have the necessary resources.
- Students and staff will be mentally and physically healthy.
- The area will become a safe environment where the impact of COVID will be minimized.
- Graduates will be independent lifelong learners who will be able to make informed decisions.