DPI Vision - Every Child a Graduate
IEP teams know how high expectations influence academic achievement and post-secondary independence and explore a shared vision of high expectations for college, career, and community readiness. Click here to learn more.
IEP teams know and respect the unique identity of each student and explore programs, practices, procedures and policies that meet the diversity of student abilities, race, gender, language, and culture. Click here to learn more.
IEP teams know the value of relationships necessary for learning and explore strategies that will build relationships between student, peers, and adults. Click here to learn more.
IEP teams know how family and community engagement can improve student outcomes and explore how the school can support the families' hopes, perspectives, culture, insights, and concerns for their child. Click here to learn more.
IEP team members know the power of working together and explore how each and every member can support student access and engagement in universal grade level instruction to achieve academic standards and functional expectations. Click here to learn more.