Because the dropout problem is complex, students at risk of dropping out are not always easy to identify. The EdPlan™ Instructional Management System (EdPlan™ IMS): Early Warning System module is designed with key indicators that assist schools and districts in predicting which students may be in need of interventions to keep them on track for graduation.
"This technology allows us to quickly diagnose, react, and respond using readily accessible data. As we strive to prepare every student in Phoenix Union High School District for college, career and life, prevention is the key and the early warning system is our vehicle."
Supervisor II, Curriculum and Assessment Phoenix Union High School District Phoenix, Arizona
The first challenge in dropout prevention is the proper identification of warning signals that may indicate a student is at risk. EdPlan™ IMS Early Warning System gives school districts the ability to pay daily attention to the common distress signals sent by students at risk for dropping out of high school. By paying attention to these signals, districts can develop interventions to assist at-risk students and keep them on track to graduation.
PCG Education's EdPlan™ IMS team works with each school district to tailor the Early Warning System module to its unique needs. Among its features, the module provides
The EdPlan™ IMS Early Warning System module alerts educators and gives them the ability to promptly react to student distress signals, redirect potential dropouts, and provide solutions to monitor interventions and programs to support at-risk students. Among the benefits to school districts
EdPlan™ IMS Early Warning System uses routinely available data to give educators an accurate picture of trends and patterns to accurately identify issues in time to ensure students are kept on track to graduate.
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