World's Best Workforce Achievement & Integration
What is the World’s Best Workforce?
The WBWF bill was enacted to ensure every school district in the state is making strides to increase student performance. Each district must develop a plan that addresses the following five goals:
- All children are ready for school.
- All third-graders can read at grade level.
- All racial and economic achievement gaps between students are closed.
- All students are ready for career and college.
- All students graduate from high school.
What are the requirements?
The School Board is required to develop a WBWF Plan to support and improve teaching and learning with the following components:
- Clearly defined student achievement goals and benchmarks.
- A process to evaluate each student’s progress toward meeting the state and local academic standards.
- A system to review and evaluate the effectiveness of instruction and curriculum.
- Practices that integrate high-quality instruction, rigorous curriculum, instructional technology, and a collaborative professional culture that supports teacher quality, performance and effectiveness.
- Evidence-based strategies for improving curriculum, instruction and student achievement.
- An annual budget for continuation of district plan implementation.
Achievement and Integration Program
The purpose of the Achievement and Integration (A & I) program is to:
- pursue racial and economic integration
- increase student achievement
- create equitable educational opportunities
- reduce academic disparities based on students' diverse racial, ethnic, and economic backgrounds in Minnesota public schools
WBWF and A & I Plans/Reports
Combined WBWF Summary and A&I Progress Reports
WBWF Summary Reports
Achievement & Integration Plans & Reports
District Literacy Plans
Annual Report on Curriculum & Instruction