EDU 5100, Personal Leadership Skills and Team Building Unit II Case Study For the Unit II Case Study, you will complete both Part 1 and Part 2 and will utilize the table below: Your District A. Neiboring district BAttendence rate. 88%. 80%Graduation rate. 92%. 86%Average on state tests. 70th percentile. 55th percentileMath Scores. 66th percentile. 45th percentileReading scores 72nd percnetile 58th percentilestudent population Caucasion 44% 44%Hispanic 22% 14%Asian 12% 14% Afro-American 12% 14%other 10% 14%Reading level of grads 8th grade 6th gradeEnglish lang leaners. 14% 18% # of languages in school. 2 language. 4 languageclass size 16 27average # of yearsteacherstaught at school 14 6yraverage referrals 9 11parent participation 52% 20%studnt participation 24% 12%Part 1: As we discussed in the Unit Lesson, in order to bridge the communication gaps and be as effective as possible, teacher leaders must understand the needs of the students in their school districts. For Part 1 of this case study, you will be doing just that.You are the best person to give an overview perspective of the dynamics that make your community work. Using the demographic information of your school district (please use District A) in the table above, how might you describe your community? Specifically address the local customs and traditions that impact teaching and learning. Spend some time reflecting on the cross-cultural and diversity issues in your community.Once you have compiled your observations, construct a minimum of a 200-word response. Describe the strengths and possible areas that might need attention if your community is going to be proactive in addressing the educational needs of all students, as well as faculty. If your community is to move forward, what issues are the top priorities? As a teacher leader, what do you see as your role in helping the building/district move forward? What could be the first two major steps to begin implementing your role and tackling the problems you identified? Please note that you are making predictions based upon the criteria included in the table above. Multiple responses will be accepted. Part 2: You have been asked to serve as a mentor for a newly established teacher-leader team in a neighboring school district. Your administrators are attempting to bring the two districts closer together since you have so many mobile families who move between the two districts over the course of the year. Your role is to help this new teacher leader team put togeth.