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Hoodlum's perspective on ed reform

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Hoodlum's perspective on ed reform

  1. 1. a hoodlum’sperspective onEducation reform Jaime Casap Google Education Senior Evangelist | G+ jaime casap | @jcasap
  2. 2. “I didn’t know what a ghettowas then. Later I would learn thatwe lived in “the slums”; Ithought we had just moved toparadise.”
  3. 3. What will work look likefor our high schoolgraduates in 2036…
  4. 4. By 2020, 123M Americanjobs will be in high tech/high paying occupations, from computer programingto bioengineering but only 50M Americans will be qualified to fill them…
  5. 5. We need to prepare our students for a world we can’t see…
  6. 6. The impactof greatteachers…
  7. 7. Crisis of lowexpectations…
  8. 8. The Xfactor
  9. 9. More than 7,000 studentsdrop out of high school every day…
  10. 10. Only 58% of Hispanic, 57% of African American,and 54% of American Indian and Alaska Nativestudents in the US graduate with a regulardiploma, compared to 77% of white studentsand 83% of Asian Americans…… 25% of young people in the US fail tograduate on time with a regular diploma (thenumber is 40% for Latinos and Blacks)
  11. 11. High school dropouts…… m o r e l i k e l y t o b eunemployed…earn lowerwage…have higher rates of publicassistance…cost society in lost earningtaxes…productivity…more likely to besingle parents … and have
  12. 12. One of three 4thgraders scored belowbasic on 2009 NAEPReadingTest…49% comefrom low-incomefamilies…
  13. 13. 46% of US collegestudents do not graduate
  14. 14. For every Latino in a dorm room…thereare 2.7 in a jail cell
  15. 15. Out of 100 9th graders… 24 are below basic on NAEP reading 72 will graduate from high school 52 are not college ready16 will need remediation20 will finish with a degree
  16. 16. CommunicationCollaborationCritical thinkingProblem solvingAnalyzing Information
  17. 17. Need tostopmemorizing…
  18. 18. Collaboration is moreimportant…
  19. 19. How we communicatehaschanged…
  20. 20. Analyzing andmaking sense ofinformation…
  21. 21. Wealllearnindifferentways…
  22. 22. “Education isthe mostpowerful weaponthat can changethe world”
  23. 23. I will not go over my allocatedtimeI will not go over my allocatedtimeI will not go over my allocatedtimeI will not go over my allocatedtimeThank you for your time!!!I will not go over my allocatedt i m eI will not go over my allocatedtimeI will not go over my allocated

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