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Trainer Effectiveness

The most recent 1,179 people who have attended Calvin Dorsey's training programs were asked to "rate and describe the effectiveness of today's trainer".

Excellent= 875
Very Good = 270
Good = 28
Fair = 5
Poor = 1

Research has found that a positive reaction to a trainer's effectiveness is an important first step linked to acquiring new skills and changing behavior so that your organization can see measurable results from the training program.

What Others Have Said:

"Involved everyone in the class and explained concepts thoroughly" – IT Supervisor


"He was engaging and enjoyable"
– Superintendent


"Outstanding ability to keep you interested"
– Supervisor


"Very easy to follow, understand, and relate to"
– Office Manager


"Really interesting, fast-paced, and willing to answer questions"
– Accounting Manager

Engaged = 31%
Not-Engaged = 56%
Actively Disengaged = 13%

Approximately a third of U.S. teachers (31%) are "engaged"- meaning they are involved in, enthusiastic about, and committed to their work, and that they know the scope of their jobs and constantly look for new and better ways to achieve outcomes.

Just over half (56%) are "not engaged"- meaning they may be satisfied with their jobs, but they are not emotionally connected to their workplaces and are unlikely to devote much discretionary effort to their work.

About one in eight (13%) are "actively disengaged"- meaning they are dissatisfied with their workplaces and likely to be spreading negativity to their coworkers.

Total U.S Workforce
Engaged = 30%
Not-Engaged = 52%
Actively Disengaged = 18%

Source: State of America's Schools, Gallup, 2014

Schoolproof Program

 

What is SchoolproofService Mark?

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Schoolproof is a concept developed by Calvin Dorsey during his tenure as a Founding Member and President of CCAAP, an organization which provided student, parent, teacher, and school district support services. CCAAP's goal was to enhance and ensure excellence in education through partnerships with the community. As President from 2003 - 2007, Calvin helped to form an effective collaboration with the Lewisville Independent School District. He has served as a high school and middle school counselor, substitute teacher, and Adjunct Professor in the School of Management . Schoolproof is the result of his insight gained from working extensively with educators and the business community.

Schoolproof recognizes that every member of your team manages some aspect of the school experience involving students, parents, and the district. As a result, the terms manager or leader refer to all personnel who may have an opportunity to manage or lead on a daily basis. Currently, the training curriculum consists of twelve courses which have been developed to address specific issues on your campus.

SchoolproofService Mark components:

  • Professional development
  • Community outreach efforts
  • Consulting services

Organizational achievements:

  • Pathways resource kit for parents and students
  • Collaboration with L.I.S.D.
  • Walk For Success Home Visit Campaigns
  • Literacy Campaigns ( received support from major publishers )
  • Career & Family Symposiums
  • Tutoring Program
  • SAT prep classes and academic enrichment initiatives
  • Scholarships and Internships ( INROADS )
  • Community surveys and partnerships
  • Teacher Forums ( recruitment )

Additional experience:

  • Provided training for school districts and colleges
  • Served as a consultant for a company that markets motivational rewards to school districts
  • Developed numerous partnerships, event marketing campaigns, and educational programs as a result of over thirty five years of combined experience in broadcasting, management, sales, and education
Does Parental Involvement Matter?
RHSP / DAP Graduates
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
African American Students %
64.6
92.3
63.8
84.5
87.2
92.7
Completion Rate (w/o GED)
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
African American Students %
92.3
96.2
97.7
89.0
96.3
93.6
Advanced Courses
Dual Enrollment Comp.
2003 - 2004
2004 - 2005
2005 - 2006
2006 - 2007
2007 - 2008
African American Students %
17.7
19.6
19.5
21.0
18.3
Source: Texas Education Agency, Academic Excellence Indicator System, Lewisville High School

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