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   Our overarching district goal is to provide our students and our community with schools that are both equitable and excellent.  We aspire to build environments in our schools where virtually all students are learning at high academic levels.  Throughout the United States, data indicate gaps and inconsistencies in the academic success, discipline referrals, and graduation rates of different segments of our society. In Lexington City Schools, we are striving to build a culture in which there are no persistent patterns of differences in academic success or treatment among students grouped by race, ethnicity, culture, neighborhood, income of parents, or home language.  As a district, we are monitoring data on achievement, growth, discipline, attendance, graduation, dropouts, enrollment in honors courses, EC and AIG, and representation in clubs and organizations.  To insure that we are making progress in becoming a more equitable school district, our self evaluation efforts must be rigorous and ongoing. 

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