Dropout Prevention and Recovery
Directory of Dropout Prevention and Recovery Community Schools
The following directory includes a list of contact information for dropout prevention and recovery community schools.
Dropout Prevention and Recovery Report Card Resources
Community schools that serve a majority of their students through dropout prevention and recovery programs receive a report card with alternative ratings. Dropout prevention and recovery schools receive Exceeds Standards, Meets Standards, Does Not Meet Standards or Not Reported instead of A-F for report card measures.
Community schools must prepare students in dropout prevention and recovery programs to follow the same pathways toward graduation as students in other districts.
Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) Testing Windows
Dropout prevention and recovery schools must test all students in grades 9 and higher who enroll at the beginning of the school year within the first few weeks of the school year. Students who enroll after the fall testing window must test immediately upon entry into the dropout prevention and recovery program.
Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) Implementation Resources
Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) has prepared the following resources to assist dropout prevention and recovery schools with implementation and administration of the MAP assessments.
Requirements for Dropout Prevention and Recovery Schools
Community schools that serve a majority of their students through dropout prevention and recovery programs must prepare students to meet the same requirements as students in other traditional public school districts. Dropout prevention and recovery schools must also be prepared to administer the NWEA MAP assessments in English language arts and mathematics twice per year. The following resources will help dropout prevention and recovery schools clearly understand their requirements.
Reporting Data to the Department
Dropout prevention and recovery schools must report data to the department through Education Management Information System (EMIS) annually. The EMIS manual provides guidance on how to code student participation when reporting data to the department.
If you have any questions about the requirements for dropout prevention and recovery schools, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Superintendent's Workgroup on Dropout Prevention and Recovery Schools
The Superintendent’s Workgroup on Dropout Prevention and Recovery has created recommendations addressing improvement strategies for community schools that primarily enroll students between 16 and 22 years of age who dropped out of high school or are at risk of dropping out of high school and strengthening dropout prevention programs that serve youth at risk of dropping out of high school.
Additional Stakeholder Proposals
Last Modified: 7/7/2017 4:24:40 PM