Designed to help stakeholders better understand the policy environment surrounding current school discipline practices in our country. This compendium provides information on school discipline laws and administrative regulations for the United States, including the 50 States, Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico.
Presents results from phone interviews with principals and LEA coordinators for readers interested in the details of the Iowa Safe and Supportive Schools (IS3) evaluation. Includes detailed qualitative and quantitative data and themes learned about each question asked.
Provides a unifying framework for schools, families, and communities to understand, select, and organize their learning supports (i.e., strategies, programs, and practices used to create conditions to enhance learning).
Explains how schools and districts can create a continuum map to graphically document all of the supports available to students across content areas and identify which students receive those supports across three tiers. Continuum maps can help stakeholders understand the activities and resources available in a school or district.
Consolidates data and information on the Iowa Safe and Supportive Schools (IS3) index for all participating schools in 2012. This report provides stakeholders interested in the IS3 work a detailed breakdown of data points and analysis.
Consolidates data and information on the Iowa Safe and Supportive Schools (IS3) index for all participating schools in 2014. This report provides stakeholders interested in the IS3 work a detailed breakdown of data points and analysis.
Provides information on the outcomes of students who attended Macomb Community College during or after 2003 and who transferred to University Partners Advisory Council (U-PAC) institutions between fall 2007 and spring 2009. The study examines the rate at which students earn bachelor’s degrees, for U-PAC colleges as a group and in some cases for each individual de-identified U-PAC member. It also examines excess credit accumulation.
Discusses College Promise programs, which now number more than 200. These program provide financial support to pay local students’ tuition and fees. They have received bipartisan support from state and municipal policymakers to improve students’ access to college, putting college financially in reach. But these programs do not typically address college success. Increasing completion rates is the next step.