10th Annual Rural Arizona Policy Forum Bridging Education and ...

10th Annual Rural Arizona Policy Forum Bridging Education and ...

AESA National Conference Facilitating Partnerships in Rural Arizona November 2017 Focus Points 1. Define challenges

2. Identify potential partners 3. Collaboration Plan Challenges What are the challenges that are persistent over time? What are the root causes of those challenges?

For us we focused on four.. 1. The STEM and STEAM initiatives 2. Distance of our region 3. Professional development 4. Teacher shortage State of Arizona

State of Arizona Selected population centers Professional Development

Challenges Distance Bandwidth issues Delivery models Looking for potential partners. Apache County School Districts Teacher Leaders NPC Community College

Technology Consortium Teacher shortage Our Challenge High Turnover Remote location Disillusionment of the position

Think Pair Share What are your current challenges? Partners in addressing the teacher shortage Northern Arizona University has an established statewide program Northland Pioneer College grant to increase distance learning education School Districts staff who are ready to be certified. GROW YOUR OWN a partnership with NAU and NPC to use the established statewide program and tap those staff who are ready to be certified.

Partners Northern Arizona University Three Rivers Foundation

Northland Pioneer Community College Arizona Science Center Rural Activation and Innovation Network

Arizona Game and Fish Local First Arizona

Navajo County Probation Depart. First Things First

Navapache Superintendents Association Arizona Department of Education

Holbrook Unified School District Apache County ESA Who are some potential partners?

The start of a plan Making do with what you have Look at common objectives Collaboration points

Thank you! Jalyn Gerlich, Navajo County Superintendent of Schools Lannie Gillespie, Navajo County Associate Superintendent and ESA Director Contributing from a previous presentation Barry Williams, Apache County Superintendent of Schools Kate Dobler-Allen, First Things First Navajo/Apache Regional Director Kalman Mannis, Project Director, Arizona Science Center Rural Activation and Innovation N etwork NSF DRL #1612555

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