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REL Pacific Event: Four Signs Your District is Ready for an Early Warning System: An Example from Guam
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September 20, 2016

Time: 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. HST (5:30-6:30 p.m. EDT)

Location: Virtual

Description: Early Warning Systems (EWSs) can be a critical component of school and district strategies to mitigate academic achievement and dropout issues for at-risk students. But if you don't have an EWS in place, where should you start? Join REL Pacific on September 20, 2016, to learn about the following four “readiness signs” needed in order to develop and implement an Early Warning System:

  • A clear vision for addressing the dropout problem
  • A high quality data system
  • Access to expertise in data analytics
  • Capacity to deliver a tiered intervention system

Participants will also have the opportunity to participate in a discussion with a Guam Department of Education representative about the readiness signs, how they relate to Guam’s context as an entity that does not currently have an EWS in place, and their considerations around developing an EWS. Participants will also receive an overview of the resources available from the REL Early Warning System Learning Series.

Audience: Small to mid-size district and jurisdiction leaders

Speakers: Dr. David Stuit, Basis Policy Research
Ms. Sarah Frazelle, REL Northwest
Dr. Zenaida Napa Natividad, Guam Department of Education
Ms. Susan Lopez, REL Pacific

Kirsten Miller
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