Robert Balfanz from the Everyone Graduates Center and Talent Development Middle Grades Program at Johns Hopkins University and the National Middle School Association (now the Association for Middle Level Education) ...
Entitled "Leveraging Local Resources: Promising Practices for Dropout Prevention and Recovery in Rural Districts," the webinar will share strategies used by Sussex County, Virgina to develop an early warning system"
Early warning systems show in the literature on dropout prevention repeatedly. I've yet to see a comprehensive attempt at this , district-wide.
Caralee Johnson Adams has worked as a journalist for nearly 25 years, covering education, health, parenting, and other issues.
Absence of parental support or encouragement (23 percent) Becoming a parent (21 percent) Lacking the credits needed to graduate (17 percent) Missing too many days of school (17 percent) Failing classes (15 percent) Uninteresting classes (15 percent) Experiencing a mental illness, such as depression (15 percent) Having to work to support by family (12 percent) Was bullied and didn't want to return (12 percent)
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