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Early Warning Systems Data Working Group

Purpose: Timely academic progression and graduation helps students achieve academic success. In recognition of the critical need to support educational attainment, schools, districts, and states are using early warning systems to identify students who are not on-track to graduate. Using the information available through early warning systems, education agencies can develop specific interventions and supports to improve student and school outcomes, including graduation rates. The Forum Early Warning Systems Data Working Group is developing a new resource that will provide best practice information regarding the design, development, implementation, and use of early warning systems and their data.

Current Tasks: The Early Warning Systems Data Working Group is currently developing a new Forum resource.

Roster:
Laura Boudreaux, Louisiana Department of Education
Carl Frederick, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction
Edward Goddard, Clark County School District (NV)
Laura Hansen, Metro Nashville Public Schools (TN)
Kenneth Hutchins, Appoquinimink School District (DE)
Whitcomb Johnstone, Irving Independent School District (TX)
Ellis Ott, Fairbanks North Star Borough School District (AK)
Adrian L. Peoples, Delaware Department of Education
Cheryl L. VanNoy, Saint Louis Public Schools (MO)

E-mail: EarlyWarningSystemsWG@communities360.org [Note that only registered members of a listserv (i.e., members of the working group) can send messages.]

Chair: Marilyn King, Bozeman School District #7 (MT)

NCES Staff: Ghedam Bairu

Support: Elizabeth Lieutenant, QIP

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