The researchers created a middle level school-based model designed to keep students on track and prepare them for high school. They have learned that it is possible to create a multi-tiered school improvement and intervention model in middle grades schools in high-poverty neighborhoods where large numbers of students need a range of supports to stay on track. The following are key components of the Early Warning Systems model.
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All Aboard: Students on Track for Graduation
Publication Date: August 2009
Categories: School Environment/Social Emotional Learning, Behavior, Attendance, Responsive Schools, At-Risk Students, Curriculum and Instruction, Literacy, Literacy Supports and Interventions, Math, Math Supports and Interventions, Data Collection and Monitoring, Collecting Data, Student Data Systems, Analyzing Data, Student Data Tracking, Early Warning Systems and Drop-Out Prevention, Contributing factors and indicators, Identifying At Risk Students, Tiered Supports and Interventions, Investigating Root Cause, Matching Students with Supports and Interventions, Monitoring Progress
Source: National Middle School Association