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Strategies for high student turnover/churn

Strategies for high student turnover/churn

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What do you all do to help ameliorate your high student turnover? Some states include those students in your AYP if they are in your school by a certain date. How do you get them up to speed? How do you assess new students? How do you welcome new students? I am looking for ideas at the elementary level. What about having an induction team? The team would welcome, assess, and remediate during the new student's first days (full-day, part-day, ???). Any thoughts you have would be great. Thanks.

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Hubert V. Yee's picture
Hubert V. Yee
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Hi Larry,

I found the article How Schools Perform: Why Adequate Yearly Progress Needs Revising has some tips. Please post this in the ES Group also. I think they can provide some guidance.

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