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Document Number: 10782

Using Early Warning Data to Keep Students on Track toward College and Careers - Early warning systems (EWS) will be helpful in alerting teachers, parents, and students that a youth is veering off the path to college- and career-readiness. According to this release, state policymakers can take action now to encourage the use of EWS, support the development of research-based warning indicators, ensure that early warning data are timely, and establish a culture in which stakeholders have timely access to early warning data. States are in various stages of building capacity to develop and implement EWS; a map is provided to see what different states are doing. (Data Quality Campaign, June 2013)...


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At-Risk (incl. Dropout Prevention)
State Longitudinal Data Systems

 
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