How one district solved its special education dropout problem

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Earlier Interventions Can Reduce Long-Term Effects for Dropouts

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‘It’s really hard to parent from behind bars’

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In a forthcoming report, her organization recommends that teachers hold conferences via video with incarcerated parents when possible and send parents copies of their children’s progress reports. “We

The educational value of a black teacher

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In a 2017 study published by the Institute of Labor Economics, researchers found that low- income black male elementary school students who were paired with a black teacher in the third, fourth, or fifth grades were 39 percent less likely to drop out of high school.

Coronavirus becomes unprecedented test for teacher-student relationships

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Along with Rose, I contacted a middle and an elementary school teacher to see how they are faring. Nearly 12 million students in 2017 didn’t have broadband internet in their homes , according to a federal report.

Home visiting in high school: Trying an intervention for toddlers on teenagers

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Peggy Barmore for The Hechinger Report. The success of home visits has been well documented for infants and has been studied at the elementary and middle school level , but it’s an open question whether these visits make a difference for older students, according to some experts.

Progress in the Deep South: Black students combat segregation, poverty and dwindling school funding

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The Hechinger Report traveled to three counties with very high numbers of adults without a high school credential to learn about the obstacles schools and families must overcome to provide and obtain this essential first step to a middle-class life.

Is the new education reform hiding in plain sight?

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Rogers Elementary fourth-grade teacher Sudhir Vasal created math lesson pathways so each child can progress at their own pace. Photo: Laura Pappano for The Hechinger Report. Rogers Elementary School here set a three-alarm fire in the library. Dan D.

A school district wades through a deluge of social-emotional curricula to find one that works

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Meghan Groves, a teacher at Washington-Lee Elementary School, in Bristol, Virginia, leads her first graders in “closing circle,” where they talk about how their day went. Caroline Preston/The Hechinger Report. Caroline Preston/The Hechinger Report.

Held back, but not helped

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Photo: Cheryl Gerber for The Hechinger Report. Photo: Cheryl Gerber for The Hechinger Report. “We Laster’s presentation, based on 2010 data, reported that 28 percent of Louisiana students did not make it to fourth grade on time. Photo: Cheryl Gerber for The Hechinger Report.

At this one-of-a-kind Boston public high school, students learn calculus in Spanish

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Photo: Tara García Mathewson/The Hechinger Report. And the dropout rate among the first Muniz cohort, the class of 2016, was just 2.5 Photo: Tara García Mathewson/The Hechinger Report. Photo: Tara García Mathewson/The Hechinger Report.

Students can’t learn if they don’t show up at school

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Third-graders at Alamosa Elementary School in Albuquerque practice reading with first-graders in Carrie Ramirez’s classroom. Photo: Tara García Mathewson/The Hechinger Report. This is only the second year Alamosa Elementary has been tracking attendance student by student.

High schools fail to provide legally required education to students with disabilities

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This story was produced by The Hechinger Report , a nonprofit, independent news organization focused on inequality and innovation in education, in partnership with the Huffington Post. Hatharasinghe-Gerschler had been diagnosed with a reading comprehension disability in elementary school.

Special education’s hidden racial gap

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This story was produced by The Hechinger Report , a nonprofit, independent news organization focused on inequality and innovation in education, in partnership with the Huffington Post. Photo Isaac Carey/The Hechinger Report. How one district solved its special education dropout problem.

A college scholarship meant to help low-income, black students now serves mostly white, middle-class kids

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At the time, a third of Louisiana’s adults were high school dropouts. He helps run student orientation and publishes a weekly video report about Nicholls. “It’s The new convocation center at Xavier University is seen in New Orleans, Monday, Sept. 2, 2013.

Homework in a McDonald’s parking lot: Inside one mother’s fight to help her kids get an education during coronavirus

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Greenville schools have some of the highest school dropout rates in the state, and Johnson also viewed staying at home as necessary to defend her children’s chances of living an easier life. “I By early April, Washington County reported two deaths from the coronavirus.

For students with disabilities, quality of education can depend on zip code

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This story was produced by The Hechinger Report , a nonprofit, independent news organization focused on inequality and innovation in education, in partnership with the Huffington Post. Rachel’s elementary school was part of Shelby County Schools. Jawanda Mast with her daughter Rachel.

STUDENT VOICES: The education system encourages students to be dead inside

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The Hechinger Report is running 10 excerpts from the project, to give our readers a sampling of what students really think. Photo: Magdalena Slapik for The Hechinger Report. When I was in elementary school and in middle school, I always knew that I wanted to be a composer.

Low academic expectations and poor support for special education students is ‘hurting their future’

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This story was produced by The Hechinger Report , a nonprofit, independent news organization focused on inequality and innovation in education, in partnership with the Huffington Post. When Brad was in elementary school, he said he wanted to go to MIT and become an engineer.

The vast majority of students with disabilities don’t get a college degree

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Getting a GED while still enrolled in high school

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Photo: Judge Evans for The Hechinger Report. In New Orleans, the large number of dropouts who lack HiSET credentials drives the astronomically high count of so-called “opportunity youth.” Kayla Patrick, an author of the National Women’s Law Center report “Let Her Learn.”.

Inside New York City’s segregated high school system

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Black and Hispanic students are concentrated in elementary schools with lower test scores and lower attendance rates, and there are no requirements that middle schools reflect the racial diversity of the city, or even their neighborhood. Zoe is part of the team of students who worked in conjunction with The Bell to report, write and record their own season of the podcast “Miseducation,” which will explore these disparities in depth, from the perspectives of the young people most impacted.

Tipping point: Can Summit put personalized learning over the top?

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So it was with parents at one of the first Basecamp schools, Marshall Pomeroy Elementary in Milpitas, a small city off the southern tip of San Francisco Bay. appeared first on The Hechinger Report. K-12 News achievement gap Graduation and dropouts teachers

Out of the fields: In a North Carolina county where few Latino parents have diplomas, their kids are aiming for college

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The Hechinger Report traveled to three counties with very high numbers of adults without a high school credential to learn about the obstacles schools and families must overcome to provide and obtain this essential first step to a middle-class life.

School counselors keep kids on track. Why are they first to be cut?

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Photo: Sarah Gonser for The Hechinger Report. Editor’s note: This story on school counselers is part of Map to the Middle Class , a Hechinger Report series exploring how schools can prepare young people for the good middle-class jobs of the future.

School Cellphone Use Contracts Can Reduce Bullying

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The Washington Post reported (July 16, 2019) that a report filed by the National Center for Education Statistics, that online bullying and texting is the rise among middle and high school students. More parents are sending their young children to elementary school with a smartphone.

The big jobs of small-town principals

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Photo: Caroline Preston/The Hechinger Report. Snyder is the principal of the elementary, middle and high schools in this tiny town in southeastern Colorado. Photo: Caroline Preston/The Hechinger Report. Photo: Caroline Preston/The Hechinger Report.

After a hate crime, a town welcomes immigrants into its schools

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HE Challenges: Fast changing digital teaching methods

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” When, or if, this doomsday scenario arises for higher education, it will be a combination of the challenges we have examined thus far – costs of “campus-based” education, failing revenue streams, and expensive dropouts.

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STUDENT VOICE: Black boys need the guidance and mentorship of black male teachers

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Studies show that the effect of having a black male teacher, especially between grades 3 and 5, decreases the dropout rate among black male students by 30 percent and increases the likelihood of black students aspiring to higher education.

Blended learning proof points showcase district schools

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In this case that meant at the fringe of schools—in the advanced classes, foreign languages, and credit and dropout recovery options they couldn’t otherwise offer, for example. We published the first of these reports recently as a series of case studies titled Proof Points: Blended Learning Success in School Districts. And the Spring City Elementary Hybrid Learning School in Spring City, Penn.,

Districts Pivot Their Strategies to Reduce Chronic Absenteeism During Distance Learning

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By comparison, the state of California reported a 12 percent chronic absenteeism rate among students in 2018-2019, representing 676,000 students. In elementary school, frequent absences are linked to a higher likelihood of dropout—even if attendance improves over time.

OPINION: What health care can teach educators about the difference between ‘equal’ and ‘equitable’

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Longitudinal data show that students enrolled in City Connects schools performed better academically and had lower grade retention, chronic absenteeism and dropout rates. Getty Images.

Urgency of getting people back to work gives new momentum to ?microcredentials?

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Credit: Photo: Ronda Churchill for The Hechinger Report. Among lower-income adults, who have already been disproportionately affected, one in four say they have only enough savings to cover their expenses for three months if they’re laid off or get sick, the Pew Research Center reports.

In Puerto Rico, the odds are against high school grads who want to go to college

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