NewsEducationPreK-12 / September 30, 2013

Ferebee Unveils 100 Day Plan

Sam Klemet
Ferebee Unveils 100 Day Plan

Indianapolis Public Schools' new superintendent is outlining the goals of his first 100 days.

Dr. Lewis Ferebee unveiled his entry plan, Monday.

Ferebee says entry plans were something he used while in Durham, North Carolina, but he says this version uses a slightly different approach.

It outlines five objectives each with 30, 60 or 80, and 100 day goals

To meet them, he wants to get as much feedback as possible during that time.

"Surveys, town hall meetings, Twitter town hall, opportunities for me to meet with focus groups," Ferebee said,  "a wide range of activities for me to hear from stake holders."

The objectives include establishing an early community presence, gain a historical perspective of the district, identifying challenges, and creating a supportive network.

Read the full plan here.  



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