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How Noncognitive Factors and School Environments Correspond to Students’ Successful Transitions to High School

November 2018

This video highlights the key findings from REL Southwest’s report Understanding the Role of Noncognitive Skills and School Environments in Students’ Transitions to High School, published in December 2017. The video describes how New Mexico students’ perceptions of academic supports, high school transitions, and school environment correspond to high school success, particularly for American Indian and Hispanic students. In addition, the conclusion provides practical takeaways for school, district, and state education leaders.