Achievement and Integration
Fridley School District is eligible to participate in the Achievement and Integration for Minnesota program established to close Minnesota's academic achievement and opportunity gap. The District Achievement and Integration Plan for 2017-2020 has been reviewed and approved by the Minnesota Department of Education. For more information on Minnesota’s Achievement and Integration program, visit the MDE Achievement and Integration website.
Below is the Fridley Public Schools 2017-18 Achievement and Integration Progress Report.
2017-18 Combined WBWF Summary and Achievement and Integration Progress Report
Fridley Public Schools
Achievement and Integration Plan
Fridley Plan Goal Summary with Interventions
The purpose of this program is to pursue racial and economic integration, increase student achievement, and reduce academic disparities in Minnesota's public schools.
The plan established by the Fridley District was developed in partnership with the Northwest Suburban Integration School District using the International Baccalaureate magnet school program to develop integrated learning environments designed to reduce both enrollment and academic achievement based on students' racial, ethnic and economic backgrounds.
Achievement and Integration Intervention Categories
- Innovative integrated Pre-K to Grade 12 School Enrollment Choices designed to increase student academic achievement and to reduce racial and economic enrollment disparities.Family engagement initiatives that involve families in students' academic life and success.
- Professional development opportunities for teachers and administrators for improving academic achievement of all students.
- Increased programmatic opportunities focused on rigor and college and career readiness for underserved students including students enrolled in an area learning center.
- Recruitment and retention of teachers and administrators with diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds.
- Equitable access to effective and diverse teachers