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Comparison of 2003 and 2005 Leadership Team Priorities: Program and Service Issues

The 50 attending teams of the 2005 Leadership Summit rated the Workforce Development priority higher than the 42 attending teams of the 2003 Leadership Summit. The High School Reform priority was not measured in 2003. The 2005 teams rated the remaining three priority areas – Access to General Educaiton, Standards, and Testing; Graduation/Dropout Rates; and Postsecondary Access, Enrollment, and Options – lower than the 2003 teams.

Access to General Education, Standards, and Testing

In 2003, 17% of 42 teams identified Access to General Education, Standards, and Testing as a priority, whereas in 2005, 10% of 50 teams did.

Graduation/Dropout Rates

In 2003, 19% of 42 teams identified Graduation/Dropout Rates as a priority, whereas in 2005, 12% of 50 teams did.

High School Reform

In 2005, 8% of 50 teams identified High School Reform as a priority (this priority was not measured in 2003).

Postsecondary Access, Enrollment, and Options

In 2003, 12% of 42 teams identified Postsecondary Access, Enrollment, and Options as a priority, whereas in 2005, 8% of 50 teams did.

Workforce Development

In 2003, 19% of 42 teams identified Workforce Development as a priority, whereas in 2005, 34% of 50 teams did.

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