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Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) is more than a school system, it is a community. It's a community of people working together to provide Montgomery County students with an education that prepares them for success today, tomorrow, and in the years to come. That is MCPS' core purpose: to prepare students to thrive in their future. The Annual Report to the Community for the 2013-2014 school year tells the story of MCPS--the factors that are driving change in the district; the strategies that are being used to close the achievement gap and prepare students for success in the 21st century; and the operational and student performance data being used to monitor progress. [This document is a summary of the "2014 Annual Report to the Community." The full report is available online (at and includes additional content, such as charts and multimedia. Throughout this printed report, there are QR codes that can be scanned using a smartphone or other mobile device that will lead to different content on the Annual Report website. This report was published by the Department of Materials Management for the Office of Communications.]

Descriptors: Public Schools, Counties, Achievement Gap, Academic Achievement, Strategic Planning, Change Strategies, Educational Improvement, Racial Differences, Poverty, English (Second Language), State Standards, Standardized Tests, College Readiness, Job Skills, Educational Quality, Culturally Relevant Education, Educational Equity (Finance), Teacher Recruitment, Teacher Persistence, Community Involvement, Partnerships in Education, Skill Development, Problem Solving, Social Development, Emotional Development, Student Needs, Professional Development, Budgets, Income, Expenditures, Reading Achievement, Mathematics Achievement, Algebra, Eligibility, College Entrance Examinations, Graduation Rate, Conservation (Environment), Sustainability

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Author: Montgomery County Public Schools



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