Summary of Hartford Public Schools: A Community Conversation on District-wide School Redesign – June 12, 2017

Summary of Hartford Public Schools: A Community Conversation on District-wide School Redesign – June 12, 2017

 

Nearly 200 people gathered at the Artists Collective on June 12 to participate in the first of a series of Community Conversations aimed at gathering feedback from multiple audiences

on determining the right design for the district to achieve the goals of educational excellence and equity for all students.The invitation to join the conversation was widely distributed, and 45% of attendees were parents and family members whose children attend Hartford Schools.  Along with teachers, school administrators, district office staff, board of education members, community leaders, interested residents and even a few students, they provided input to the district as the challenging process of redesign begins.  See attached summary report and related documents below.

Presentation for June 12, 2017 Community Conversation on District-Wide School Redesign
Detailed Participant Feedback on Highest Priority Considerations Summary of What Makes a Great School Participant Feedback on HPS
Participant Feedback Results on June 12 Community Conversation Summary Ranking of Highest Priority Considerations
Report on June 12, 2017 Community Conversation on District-wide Redesign What Makes a Great School Detailed Comments

 

Click here to watch the  June 12, 2017 Community Conversation on district-wide school redesign.

 

We extend our deepest thanks to everyone who attended and participated in the Conversation.  Thank you also to everyone who helped in the planning and coordination.  We will keep you posted about our future events very soon.

Participants moving the work, June 12, 2017.