The mission of the Commissioner's Delivery Unit (CDU) is to support the work of the Kentucky Department of Education through building capacity in the areas of project management, robust analysis and data-driven decision making processes to enable the Kentucky Department of Education to achieve the Kentucky Board of Education Mission.
The Kentucky Department of Education’s vision is to ensure that all students are empowered with the skills, knowledge and dispositions necessary to reach proficiency and graduate from high school, college and career-ready. The Kentucky Department of Education is using Delivery as a method to establish yearly targets and five-year goals to help schools, districts and our state meet these expectations.
The Kentucky Department of Education has created four delivery plans that identify the strategies needed to meet this shared vision and strategic priority. Click on the link to the right for more information on each delivery plan.
How are we doing?
The CCR Progress Toward 2015 Goal map displays districts that have met their 2012 target (no color), districts that did not meet their target but increased at least 10% (green), districts that did not meet their target but increased their target less than 10% (yellow), and districts whose CCR rate decreased from 2010 to 2012 (red).
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For more information on your state, district and school’s academic performance, visit the new report card. Additional information, including state, district and school annual targets and 5-year goals is located under the Delivery Target tab.
The Commissioner's Delivery Unit assesses KDE's capacity to deliver its most important goals and prioritizes actions to strengthen capacity and achieve results. The Delivery Unit uses data analysis and problem-solving to enhance the work of the cross-functional agency teams and the strategic planning processes.