Early Warning Systems Learning Series
An important part of keeping students on track for graduation and postsecondary success is to identify and address problems before they grow into major obstacles. For that reason, many schools and school systems are implementing Early Warning Systems. These systems use a wide range of data to identify students that are at risk, allowing educators to provide timely interventions and supports.
The Institute of Education Sciences’ Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) Program is hosting a learning series on implementing and using Early Warning Systems (EWS) for dropout prevention. The projects in the series include a variety of technical assistance activities related to developing and implementing EWSs. The RELs worked together to ensure a final set of activities that was coherent and coordinated with no duplication. These projects are listed here by type: webinars, in-person events, videos, tools, infographics, reports, and works in progress. We encourage you to tweet about the Early Warning Systems Learning Series using the hashtag #REL_EWS.
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