2017-2018 CCEC Goals, Model, and Talking Points

 CCEC 2017-2018 Goals and Strategies

  • Develop a comprehensive measurement process for assessing the regional percentage of enrolled, enlisted or employed individuals as our key indicator of success.
    • Use multiple measures to provide actual numbers of students who are actively enrolled in post-secondary courses.
    • Establish baseline measures for the numbers of students enlisted and/or service ready.
    • Develop a process for assessing effectiveness and needs identification aligned with P-16 student success indicators to equip students for future employment.
  •  Become fully operational as a CCEC education collaborative.
    • Align the CCEC committee members within the four developmental themes of early learning, foundations, independence and pathways supported by the performance and research processes team and the communications and marketing team.
    • Sustain and enhance communication among all of the partnering entities through continued implementation of deliberate structures and focused networks.
    • Expand the summit to include a segment for review of best practices based on student performance results to highlight efforts within the west Georgia region. 

P-16 Operational Model and Structure
P-16 Operational Model and Structure
We are all working together for the success of each student. We each have a role and responsibility to ensure college and career readiness for all students. In a sense, we are building a “ONE COMMUNITY SCHOOL.”

The overarching design consists of State Direction, Community Response, and Student Benefit.

…ultimately, our one community efforts are intended to increase the numbers of students who are Enrolled, Enlisted, or Employed? In other words,

We focus on increasing what students Know.
We provide opportunities and experiences where they can Serve, and
We help match their talents and skills to what they can Do.

Isolated institutions prevent effective efforts to connect with our students who need us the most.

Through engaging all educational partners, we make best use of programs, agencies, and services that are already in place.

We benchmark our results in comparison to the region, state, and nation while seeking the best practices to improve student performance and preparedness.

We strive to be a living example of One Community preparing students for a future that we may not see but one in which they will succeed.

2017-2018 Full CCEC Committee Meetings                                              

Tuesday, October 24, 2017 (The Burson Center)                                                  (1:00 – 4:00 p.m.)
·         Goals and Strategies Review
·         2018 Annual Report
·         CCEC Committee and Team Introductions
·         Early Learning Focused Content and Community Update
·         Networking/Developmental Theme Action Teams
·         Report Outs (Performance and Research Processes, Communication and Marketing, Foundations, Independence, Pathways, Early Learning)

Thursday, January 25, 2018 (Carroll County PAC)                                               (1:00 – 4:00 p.m.)
·         Operational Update
·         Foundations Focused Content
·         Networking/Developmental Theme Action Teams
·         Report Outs (Performance and Research Processes, Communication and Marketing, Early Learning, Independence, Pathways, Foundations)
·         Mid-Year Results/Narrative
·         2018 Summit Overview/Planning Team Selected

Wednesday, April 18, 2018 (WGTC Waco Campus)                                             (1:00 – 4:00 p.m.)
·         Steps to Success (2018 Annual Report Draft)
·         Independence Focused Content
·         Networking/Developmental Theme Action Teams
·         Report Outs (Performance and Research Processes, Communication and Marketing, Early  Learning, Foundations, Pathways, Independence)
·         2018 Summit Status Report

The 2018 Summit (Hosted by Carrollton City Schools)                                       (July 18-19)
More details to follow, but our tentative schedule includes: Keynotes aligned with our aspirational outputs of enrolled, enlisted or employed; sessions aligned with our Developmental  Themes; networking opportunities throughout the summit; choice sessions focused on acceleration, tutoring and mentoring, and conversations with individuals representing various  sectors and entities.