Education

VISION: The NE Corridor will have an education system centered on ethical and critical thinking that embraces and prepares the whole human being for lifelong learning and contributes to the community.

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1. Develop a NE Corridor education taskforce.
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1.1 Develop a community school modelMartindale-Brightwood Alliance for Education Success Avondale Meadows Academy, Indianapolis Academy of Excellence, Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis, KIPP Indy, Winning Experiences, Tindley Preparatory Academy, Tindley Collegiate Academy Year 1-5

Implement in at least one school each yearCommunity school model and community presence in schools 51, 56, 69
1.1.1 Leverage support services within the neighborhood
1.1.2 Build relationships with principals, parent liaisons and other school staff
1.1.3 Foster collaboration with teachers
1.1.4 Promote community presence in schools
1.2 Explore/advocate for local schools council Martindale-Brightwood Alliance for Education Success Education Community Action Team , Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Year 1-5
Create proposal

Target awareness to 100 community residents
1.2.1 Educate the community on local school council
1.2.2 Create proposal and recommendations
1.3 Host NE Corridor education summit for educators and community residents NE Corridor Education Action TeamLocal Initiatives Support Corporation, Martindale-Brightwood Alliance for Education Success, KIPP Indy, Avondale Meadows Academy, Tindley Accelerated Schools, Indianapolis Pubic SchoolsYear 1 Number of attendees
1.3.1 Host NE Corridor Education Summit annually Martindale-Brightwood Alliance for Education Success Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Year 1-5Number of attendees

Target awareness to 100 community
residents
1.4 Publicize the early childhood centers ranked Paths to Quality Level 4Information distributed at Annual Education Summit
2. Assess, enhance and/or develop exemplary programs that encourage post-secondary education.
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2.1 Provide exposure to higher learning and post-secondary opportunitiesMartindale-Brightwood Alliance for Education Success Center for Leadership Development, Avondale Meadows Academy, Indianapolis Academy of Excellence, KIPP Indy, Winning Experiences, Oaks AcademyYear 1-5
Increase the post-secondary rate of educational attainment
2.1.1 Establish Tindley Preparatory Academy, all boys middle school, designed to help young boys become
successful scholars
Tindley Accelerated SchoolsUnited Northeast Community Development CorporationYear 1-2
Number of enrollees
2.2 Develop campaign/awareness for the need for post-secondary education and increase the numbers of individuals who complete some form of post-secondary certification, associate degrees or bachelor’s degreeMartindale-Brightwood Alliance for Education Success King Park Development Corporation, Martindale-Brightwood Community Development Corporation, United Northeast Community Development Corporation, Indiana University- Purdue University Indianapolis, Ivy Tech Community College, Excel Center Meadows, Winning ExperiencesYear 1-5
Increase the post-secondary rate of educational attainment Target awareness to 100 community residentsBlack College Tour

Oaks Academy: board member marketing school as College Prep School

KIPP: Interview Days

Avondale Meadows Academy: Marketing Campaign: "The Path to College Begins Here"
3. Create an “Education City” corridor where everyone has an opportunity to learn.
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3.1 Develop issue campaign/advocate/build awareness for vigorous curriculum that fosters community identity, teaches life skills and uses project based learning
NE Corridor Education Action TeamAvondale Meadows Academy, Indianapolis Academy of ExcellenceYear 3-5Target awareness to 10% of parents of grades K-12
3.2 Develop issue campaign/advocate/build awareness for integrating community service into curriculumAvondale Meadows Academy, Indianapolis Academy of Excellence
3.3 Develop issue campaign/advocate/build awareness for quality teachers in every classroom Avondale Meadows Academy, Indianapolis Academy of Excellence
3.4 Develop issue campaign/advocate/build awareness for enhancing teachers’ knowledge of the social and political reality of students served through professional development and community serviceAvondale Meadows Academy, Indianapolis Academy of Excellence
3.5 Develop issue campaign/advocate/build awareness for involving parents and community in the hiring of teachersKIPP Indy, Avondale Meadows Academy, Indianapolis Academy of Excellence
3.6 Develop issue campaign/advocate/build awareness for developing authentic measures of learning for teacher accountabilityAvondale Meadows Academy, Indianapolis Academy of Excellence
3.7 Develop issue campaign/advocate/build awareness for Incentivizing teachers to live in the community where they work Avondale Meadows Academy, Indianapolis Academy of Excellence