• Comprehensive District Design
 

After introducing a proposed Comprehensive District Design in April 2019, MPS reviewed significant feedback and have now refocused the plan on systemic change and breaking the cycle of disparate achievement outcomes based on race and economics.

Overwhelming qualitative and quantitative data compiled over multiple Superintendents, Boards and administrations is clear. Some MPS students are acquiring excellent, well-rounded educations and others are not. Too often that difference is predictable by zip code.

While some place the blame on students and families, we believe the system is designed to produce the results we see, advantaging some and disadvantaging others. And while we don’t believe this is intentional, we know only large systems change can break this pattern.

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