• North Carolina State Board of Education

    Goals and Objectives

    (Click here to view the objectives and action steps for Pitt County Schools) 

    State Goal 1: Every student in the NC Public School System graduates from high school prepared for work, further education, and citizenship.
    • Objective 1:  Increase the cohort graduation rate

    • Objective 2:  Graduate students prepared for post--‐secondary education

    • Objective 3:  Graduate students pursuing a CTE concentration prepared for careers
    • Objective 4:  Reduce the percentage of students needing remediation in post-- secondary education
    • Objective 5:  Increase student performance on the state’s End Of Grade (EOG) and End of Course (EOC) Assessments and on the National Assessment Of Educational Progress (NAEP)

     


    State Goal 2:  Every student has a personalized education.  

    • Objective 1:  Increase the number of students who graduate from high school with post-secondary credit.
    • Objective 2:  Increase the number of teachers and students using digital learning tools.
    • Objective 3:  Increase the number of schools designated as STEM---, Global Education--ready, or schools using time as a variable for learning.
    • Objective 4:  Increase the number of charter schools meeting academic, operational, and financial goals.
    • Objective 5:  Increase the percentage of schools with a performance composite at or above 60% and meeting or exceeding academic growth.


    State Goal 3:  Every student, every day has excellent educators.

    • Objective 1:  Develop and support highly effective teachers.
    • Objective 2:  Develop and support highly effective principal.
    • Objective 3:  Increase the number of teachers graduating from quality traditional and alternative educator preparation programs.
    • Objective 4:  Increase the number of principals graduating from quality traditional and alternative educator preparation programs.
    • Objective 5:  Increase the percentage of effective or highly effective teachers in schools with a performance composite below 60% and not meeting or exceeding academic growth

    State Goal 4:  Every school district has up-to-date financial, business, and technology systems to serve its students, parents and educators.

    • Objective 1:  Provide all schools with sufficient wireless coverage to support 1:1 computing initiatives.
    • Objective 2:  Use Homebase as an essential resource for instructional delivery, online test administration, and communications with parents and students.
    • Objective 3:  Use State and Federal funding according to State and Federal laws and State Board of Education policies


    State Goal 5:  Every student is healthy, safe, and responsible.

    • Objective 1:  Create and maintain a safe and respectful school environment.
    • Objective 2:  Promote healthy, active lifestyles for students.
    • Objective 3:  Decrease the number of students who are chronically absent, dropout, or suspended out of school.   
    • Objective 4:  Decrease violence and crime in schools.
Last Modified on May 21, 2015