Trends and Key Focus Areas in
Public Education
JB Buxton, Education Innovations Group
February 24, 2016
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Rank of Raleigh-Cary Metro on education-jobs match
= 5
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Rank Occupations
1 Computer Occupations
2 Health Diagnosing and Treating Practiti...
JB Buxton, Education Innovations Group
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Average years of education required
by vacant jobs
= 14.4
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Key Education Focus Areas
• Early learning/Pre-K
• Teacher (and principal) development
• High school to career connections...
JB Buxton, Education Innovations Group
Source: NC Early Childhood Foundation Source: NC Treasurer’s
Office
NC PRE-K
Served...
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13.5
0.5
-9
31.5
Com Coll Pop. Exp./FTE General Fund
approp.
Receipts
COMMUNITY COL...
Key Trends and Shifting Actors
• Declining state support and leadership
• Personalized learning approaches
• Increasing ch...
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  1. 1. Trends and Key Focus Areas in Public Education JB Buxton, Education Innovations Group February 24, 2016 1
  2. 2. JB Buxton, Education Innovations Group 2 Rank of Raleigh-Cary Metro on education-jobs match = 5
  3. 3. JB Buxton, Education Innovations Group 3 Rank Occupations 1 Computer Occupations 2 Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners 3 Sales Representatives, Services 4 Engineers 5 Other Management Occupations 6 Information and Record Clerks 7 Supervisors of Sales Workers 8 Retail Sales Workers 9 Advertising, Marketing, Promotions, Public Relations, and Sales Managers 10 Motor Vehicle Operators
  4. 4. JB Buxton, Education Innovations Group 4 Average years of education required by vacant jobs = 14.4
  5. 5. JB Buxton, Education Innovations Group 5
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  8. 8. Key Education Focus Areas • Early learning/Pre-K • Teacher (and principal) development • High school to career connections • Strategic approach to choice • College completion and Industry-recognized certificates • (Teen employment) 8
  9. 9. JB Buxton, Education Innovations Group Source: NC Early Childhood Foundation Source: NC Treasurer’s Office NC PRE-K Served in ’08-09 34,876 Served in ‘13-14 26,617 Estimated At-Risk 70,000 Estimated Children Unserved 43,000+ $- $50 $100 $150 $200 $250 '01-'02 '08-'09 '11-'12 '12-'13 '13-'14 MILLIONS GENERAL FUND SPENDING ON EARLY CHILDHOOD Smart Start DCD Subsidy NC Pre-K 26,617 34,876 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 THOUSANDS NC PRE-K STUDENTS SERVED 170.4 165.4 160.4 128.1 128.1 140.5 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 NC PRE-K FUNDING
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  11. 11. JB Buxton, Education Innovations Group 13.5 0.5 -9 31.5 Com Coll Pop. Exp./FTE General Fund approp. Receipts COMMUNITY COLLEGE FUNDING PERCENT CHANGE 2007-14
  12. 12. Key Trends and Shifting Actors • Declining state support and leadership • Personalized learning approaches • Increasing choice and segmentation • Importance of county and city leadership 12

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