Effective dropout prevention strategies for educators! This resource offers guidelines for implementing dropout prevention strategies in the classroom and throughout the school system. The impact of increased graduation rates reaches farther than statistics-more graduates mean more individuals who are better prepared to meet the challenges of life after school, and better outcomes for youth, schools, and society in general. With the goal of producing an educated citizenry, the authors present tools and a plan for: Increasing graduation rates Meeting the standards set by the No Child Left Behind Act Pinpointing the most critical years for establishing a solid educational foundationA Practical Guide to Decreasing School Dropout Camilla A. Lehr, Ann T. Clapper, Martha L. Thurlow ... four years of high school returned for a fifth year, and more than 60% of those who returned obtained a diploma during that year. ... tailored to individual interests, help with personal problems, and the use of problem- solving approaches to address discipline. ... may include offering General Education Development (GED) programs, adult basic education, online computer courses, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Graduation for All|
|Author||:||Camilla A. Lehr, Ann T. Clapper, Martha L. Thurlow|
|Publisher||:||Corwin Press - 2005-05-31|