To stem the tide of students dropping out, many schools and districts are turning to early warning systems (EWS) that signal whether a student is at risk of not graduating from high school. While some research exists about establishing these systems, there is little information about the actual implementation strategies that are being used across the country. This report summarizes the experiences and recommendations of EWS users throughout the United States. A list of references and resources is provided.
ERIC DescriptorsAdministrator Role, At Risk Students, Attendance, Attendance Patterns, Barriers, Caseworkers, Counselor Role, Credits, Data Analysis, Data Collection, Dropout Prevention, Dropouts, Educational Indicators, Elementary School Students, Goal Orientation, Grades (Scholastic), Graduation, Graduation Rate, High School Students, Intervention, Middle School Students, Needs Assessment, Planning, Prevention, Principals, Professional Development, Program Development, Program Effectiveness, Progress Monitoring, Reports, Risk Management, Role, School Community Programs, School Districts, Student Behavior, Teacher Role, Teamwork
Northwest | Publication Type:
Descriptive Study | Publication
Date: January 2015