The agenda includes reviews of data, programs meant to close the achievement gap and relevant questions going forward, including what to do next.
The tentative plan is to have more in-depth studies so as to "inform policy and priorities of the district," board member Chris Thomsen said in an email. "My own interest is seeing where we can have a system-wide impact, rather than focusing on individual program interventions to address the major challenges of the district."
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