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REL Appalachia Event: Considering the Best EWS Model to Fit Your Needs
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May 12, 2016

Time: 2:00 – 3:30 p.m. EDT

Location: Virtual

Description: Through this webinar, participants will learn about various K–12 early warning system (EWS) models, how EWSs can be best leveraged to meet educator and school leader needs, and how data and indicators can be applied in identifying and assisting at-risk students.

The webinar will provide an overview of the development of early warning systems in K–12 education, highlight differences in the models used in REL Appalachia states, and describe options that school district leaders and educators could consider in implementing or improving their early warning system. It will also discuss several different approaches to EWSs found across REL Appalachia’s states, as well as how longitudinal data systems can be applied as key resources for EWS indicators.

Audience: This webinar is intended for staff of districts and schools that are planning or implementing an early warning system, as well as staff of state education agencies and others responsible for organizing components of an effective early warning system.

Speakers:

  • Rolf Blank, Ph.D., Senior Fellow, National Opinion Research Center (NORC) at the University of Chicago
  • Ms. Laura Hansen, Director, Information Management and Decision Support, Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools
  • Daniel Leeds, Ph.D., REL Appalachia/CNA
  • Mr. Lance Selfa, Principal Research Scientist, NORC at the University of Chicago
Contact
Liza Cordeiro
cordeirol@cna.org
(202) 650-4456
More Information
Agenda for this event  PDF File ( 416 KB )
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Category
REL Events
Organization
Regional Educational Laboratory Program
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