Strategic Regional & Local Implementation Planning with Kumu Maps
Good Morning from City College of San Francisco..
good morning all!
It should go up within a day.
We’ll try to get it up as soon as possible.
Will this webinar be archived relatively quickly so we can access it while we complete our map for tomorrow’s deadline?
How much detail (internal partner category, sector, strategic program components, target student populations, etc...) do we need/or is expected behind each element (partner)?
Those applying for developmental and incubator grants are not responsible for a regional analysis, but need to complete their own maps so that they can be integrated into the regional analysis.
Those in Tier II will not be required to create a regional map.
The details are what give you the ability to analyze the maps to determine where you focus strategically.
Yes, you can connect external partners to internal partners.
What are the specific outcome metrics or how will project success be evaluated?
Use the statewide information on teacher shortages, and use the demand data regarding teaching careers from regional workforce reports.
Growing Teacher Shortage
2017 Update Addressing California’s Growing Teacher Shortage, Desiree Carver-Thomas and Linda Darling-Hammond, Learning Policy Institute
Thank you, Erica!
If a partner is not key to expanding with any particular student population, they should not have student population assigned.
This webinar will be archived on the calendar at teacherpreppipeline.net
Can you post information on the Dec. 1st webinar you mentioned?