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Goals for the Brockton Public School System

  • Continue to monitor and revise local curricula to align with Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks.
  • Continue to refine teaching strategies and best practices to align curriculum, instruction and assessment at all levels.
  • Continue to improve curriculum articulation, both across grade levels and at key transition points from kindergarten to elementary, elementary to junior high and junior high to high school.
  • Improve student achievement as measured by Iowa and MCAS testing programs.
  • Improve other measures of school accountability such as student suspension, dropout and attendance rates, SAT scores and college acceptance rates.
  • Support initiatives in restructuring schools and programs at all levels.
  • Expand access to technology for both staff and students at all levels.
  • Continue to support activities which promote increased parent involvement in the schools.
  • Continue to promote student and staff wellness by implementing policies and procedures that ensure a safe and healthy environment.
  • Continue to plan for the space needs for existing and future populations and programs.
  • Improve physical working and learning environments for students and staff.
  • Support and expand partnership activities with businesses.
  • Continue to promote a learning environment that models and integrates understanding and appreciation of all cultures and linguistic communities.
  • Employ the best prepared and qualified staff who are representative of the diverse student body.
  • Improve external and internal communications. 

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The Brockton Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex, veteran’s status, sexual orientation or disability in admission to, access to, treatment in or employment in its programs and activities.

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