Evidence Based Education Request Desk. EBE #470Reportar como inadecuado

Evidence Based Education Request Desk. EBE #470 - Descarga este documento en PDF. Documentación en PDF para descargar gratis. Disponible también para leer online.

Research led by the Consortium on Chicago Public School Research (University of Chicago) and the Center for Social Organization of Schools (Johns Hopkins University), has identified specific indicators--students' academic characteristics--that provide early signals that students are on a path toward dropping out of high school. Measured at different points in time, typically 6-9th grades, these indicators are used for a variety of purposes from identifying students in need of intervention to school and district accountability ratings. This Evidence-based Education Request summarizes ways that data are being used in schools, districts, and states, and by researchers to identify students at risk for not graduating and/or not achieving career and college readiness. Searches of Wilson Web, EBSCOHost, and the Education Resources Information Center (ERIC) were performed to gather this information. To add to their findings, the researchers searched well-known papers on such indicators (e.g., Allensworth & Easton, 2007) as well as the websites of reform support and education research organizations known to do work in this area. Finally, they conducted a Google search in order to identify lesser-known sites using these indicators. Information in this paper is meant to be informative to schools, districts, and states interested in learning from others who are implementing indicators. The list of places implementing indicators is "non-exhaustive and does not represent all the ways indicators can be formulated or implemented." (Contains 4 footnotes.)

Descriptors: Evidence, Educational Research, Data, Information Utilization, At Risk Students, Identification, Dropout Characteristics, Career Readiness, College Readiness

Regional Educational Laboratory Southeast. Available from: SERVE Center at University of North Carolina at Greensboro. 5900 Summit Avenue Suite 201, Browns Summit, NC 27214. Tel: 800-755-3277; Tel: 336-315-7400; Fax: 336-315-7457; Web site: http://www.serve.org

Autor: Regional Educational Laboratory Southeast

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=4103&id=ED537097

Documentos relacionados