This report offers a first school-level look at how early warning systems are being implemented. The research team visited middle and high schools in cities across the country to observe how they are using EWIs to monitor and respond to student needs. The team explored five themes that describe how the EWI process is working in selected schools: 1) professional development and start-up for teachers and administrators, 2) identifying the Focus List of students for intervention (students who finished the previous school year with low attendance, poor behavior, and/or failed math or English), 3) the EWI meeting process, 4) EWI data systems, and 5) interventions and follow-up activities.
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Learning What it Takes: An Initial Look at how Schools are using Early Warning Indicator Data and Collaborative Response Teams to Keep All Students on Track to Success
Publication Date: 2012
Categories: School Environment/Social Emotional Learning, Behavior, Attendance, Curriculum and Instruction, Literacy, Math, Data Collection and Monitoring, Collecting Data, 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: Johns Hopkins University School of Education and the Everybody Graduates Center