Thank you for providing input on the proposed DoDEA-wide student dress code. The commenting period has ended; however, the firstname.lastname@example.org mailbox will remain open until October 29, 2021.
DoDEA appreciates the many comments that have been submitted. This a great start to our working together to establish a DoDEA-wide dress code. As the next step in this process, Education Policy and Operations Division (EdOps) in collaboration with the Civil Rights Program will present your feedback to the DoDEA Civil Rights Steering Group (CRSG) for consideration.Email
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To Provide an Exemplary Education that Inspires and Prepares all DoDEA Students for Success in a Dynamic, Global Environment.
PRIDE defines 21st Century qualities students need to develop and internalize. We want our AES students to be Positive learners and Responsible citizens. Students will be encouraged to be Independent thinkers who are Determined to keep trying. We will Empower our students to solve problems, make decisions, and become leaders.
To provide an exemplary education that inspires and prepares all DoDEA students for success in a dynamic, global environment.
By the end of SY 21-22, Ansbach Elementary School will strengthen implementation of College and Career readiness for all students by ensuring all classrooms teaching Literacy skills reflect standards-based instruction as measured by performance on the DoDEA CCR Summative Assessment by a baseline of 40% on SY 2020-21 initial assessment and a 5% increase (over baseline) of students “meeting or exceeding expectations” on SY 21-22 assessment.
By the end of SY 2021-2022, Ansbach Elementary School will strengthen implementation of College and Career readiness for all students by ensuring all classrooms teaching mathematics reflect standards-based instruction as measured by performance on the DoDEA CCR Summative Assessment by a 10% increase of students “meeting or exceeding expectations” over 2 years (5% increase SY 20-21 and an additional 5% SY 21-22).