Belleville News Democrat – Guest Column: Vision 20/20 is common-sense approach to education
It’s time for educators and members of the community to take back the conversation about public education in Illinois. That’s why we are excited to share with readers a new initiative called Vision 20/20.
Rantoul Press – RTHS, RCS adopt Vision 20/20 plan
Both the Rantoul Township High School and Rantoul City Schools boards of education adopted the new educational reform plan for Illinois known as Vision 20/20.
Morris Daily Herald – Morris high school supports state Vision 20/20 program
Morris Community High School is supporting the Illinois Vision 20/20 initiative to improve public education. The school board passed a resolution of support at its regular meeting last week.
WSIL TV – Schools Hope to Change Education with Vision 20/20
Illinois school administrators are hoping to change how their schools are being run. They say Illinois clearly had no master plan, so they came up with one of their own – Illinois Vision 20/20.
Our Vision for 21st Century Learning
Education in Illinois should modernize its approach by delivering 21st century instruction that provides all students access to modern learning environments. Education should allow students to learn and apply knowledge, think creatively, and be well-prepared for a global citizenry.
Partnerships with local businesses, organizations, and colleges can enhance student educational experiences, put more resources in the classroom, and expand instruction to better prepare students for college and the workplace.
The following article supports our vision for the 21st century and illustrates the importance of embracing the diversity that exists in Illinois.
Illinois Watchdog Radio – School Funding Interview with Patricia Dal Santo
Morton Times-News – Halls of 709: Vision 20/20 initiative
It’s a new year, with new resolutions, a new calendar, and a new vision for public education in Illinois. I have been privileged to be a part of the Vision 20/20 initiative — a forward thinking view of public education in our state which acknowledges the importance of this endeavor for the future of our children, our state and our nation.
Daily Herald – Editorial: Actions in 2015 could affect suburban schools for years to come
We’ve talked a lot in the past week about the importance of paying attention to government activities next year and, in particular, voting in the spring local elections. But the tasks of democracy facing suburban residents in 2015 extend well beyond the reaches of the municipal building or even the state legislature.
Paxton Record – Vision 20/20 Picking Up Support in Illinois
Area school districts are joining those across the state in backing a proposal to improve Illinois’ public education system — and some of the state’s lawmakers are already on board, as well.
Bureau County Republican News – 20/20 Vision for Illinois Schools
School boards around the county are now being introduced to a new statewide education plan — Illinois Vision 20/20. Led by the Illinois Association of School Administrators (IASA), Vision 20/20 is a long-range blueprint for improving public education throughout the entire state.