IPS Future Vision

In the coming months, we will launch our IPS 2025 strategic planning process.  We will ground our plan in a collective vision for the students we want to develop, the instruction we want to offer, and our shared beliefs as a community.  To do so, we need your voice!  Please take 15 minutes to complete this survey and help shape the future of our district and community.


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* 1. Which of the following best matches your role in IPS?

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* 2. As part of its 2019-20 planning process, IPS crafted a set of strategic priorities.

1.  Student-Centered Teaching & Learning: Integrate social-emotional learning programs and align high-quality instructional, curricular, and assessment resources.

2.  High Performing Team: Recruit and retain talent by developing staff and hold them accountable for implementation of IPS' shared vision of excellence.

3.  Racial Equity Mindset: Strengthen and expand racial equity work to eliminate opportunity gaps and build capacity for team members to persistently interrupt and address institutional bias.

4.  Engaged Families, Team & Partners: Engage families, team members, and the community in authentic and collaborative partnerships to improve student outcomes.

5.  School-Centered Central Services: Design central services to transparently and effectively meet the needs of schools and families.

6.  Sustainable Finances and Operations: Strengthen and expand efforts to equitably and efficiently allocate resources across school communities.

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* 3. If we had to narrow our focus, how would you force rank each of these six priorities?  Please order these from highest to lowest priority.

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* 4. We want to ensure that all IPS students graduate ready for college, career and their communities.  Which of the attributes below do you most hope we develop in your student(s) to ensure they graduate ready to succeed?  Please check all that apply.

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* 5. What other attributes would you add that aren't represented above?  List up to 5.

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* 6. IPS is interested in adopting a set of shared, district-wide values.  Values are the deeply held beliefs that can be used to make choices, support positive interactions, and can serve as an organization's cultural cornerstones (e.g., "Act with Humility").  In order of priority, what five values do you recommend we adopt? List your top priority as #1, your 2nd priority as #2, etc. 



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* 7. What are IPS' greatest strengths?  What should it continue doing between now and 2025?

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* 8. What are IPS' greatest areas for improvement between now and 2025?

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