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Implementing Evidence-Based Practices to Increase Graduation Rates and Decreasing Dropout Rates for Students with Disabilities in Pennsylvania
Schools in Pennsylvania are working to increase the graduation rate and decrease the dropout rate for students with disabilities by utilizing a State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP). Participants will learn about Evidence-Based Practices to increase graduation rates, and how to work with stakeholders to design and implement a statewide plan at the local level. Participants will also learn about the phases for identifying students with disabilities who are off-track for graduation. The five phases include: 1) establishing a local leadership team and an Early Warning System (EWS); 2) analyzing attendance, behavior, and course performance data; 3) identifying target areas for interventions for students who are off-track; 4) developing an action plan; and 5) implementing and monitoring an evaluation plan. Presenters will be: Dr. Victor Rodríguez-Díaz and Dr. Laura Moran.

Sep 7, 2017 3:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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