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Prioritization of Issues Facing Denver Public School
Which of the following issues facing Denver’s Public Schools should the next superintendent prioritize to improve the quality of Denver’s public schools?
Question Score
1 10
Closing the academic achievement and opportunity gap here in Denver based on race, ethnicity and income level. 8.95
Improving the number of Denver’s graduates who are prepared to succeed in college and readiness for graduates who choose not to go to college.
8.4
Ensuring that parents and their children have the ability to make choices on their school of choice across Denver’s traditional neighborhood schools.
6.92
Ensuring that every child living in Denver has access to early childhood education programs. 
8.71
Closing the academic achievement and opportunity gap here in Denver for students with special needs.
8.32
Closing the academic achievement and opportunity gap here in Denver for students for whom English is not their first language. 
8.4
Ensuring that our communities gifted students have access to the highest quality education possible to help them reach their full potential.
7.61
Implementing a district budgeting process that gives transparent and open opportunity for community input.
8.6
Average 8.24
Now please identify which of these qualities is the MOST important to you when considering who the next superintendent should be.
Answer Count Percent
20% 40% 60% 80% 100%
Implementing a district budgeting process that gives transparent and open opportunity for community input and that prioritizes investment of resources on teacher salaries and direct service to students. 
7 17.07%
Ensuring that parents and their children have the ability to make choices on their school of choice across Denver’s traditional neighborhood schools, innovation and charter schools regardless of what part of town they live in.
1 2.44%
Improving the number of Denver’s graduates who are prepared to succeed in college while simultaneously ensuring that there is career readiness for graduates who choose not to go to college.
6 14.63%
Closing the academic achievement and opportunity gap here in Denver based on race, ethnicity and income level.
27 65.85%
Total 41 100 %
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