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Grad Nation 2013-14 HS Graduation Rates

Grad Nation 2013-14 HS Graduation Rates

Download the Building a Grad Nation Data Brief: Overview of 2013-14 High School Graduation Rates. Click here to view the Press Release.   Click here to view each State’s ProgressReport  

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Every Student, Every Day

Every Student, Every Day

Every Student, Every Day: A Virtual Summit on Addressing and Eliminating Chronic Absence. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education, Attendance Works, Everybody Graduates Center and United Way Worldwide, this online summit outlines key steps that states, districts and communities can take to improve student achievement by monitoring and reducing chronic absence. Click here to […]

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AEE Dropout Report

AEE Dropout Report

The  number of students who did not graduate from high school dropped from more than 1 million in 2008 to 744,000 in 2012, according to “Progress Is No Accident: Why ESEA Can’t Backtrack on High School Graduation Rates,” just released by the Everyone Graduates Center, the Alliance for Excellent Education, Civic Enterprises and America’s Promise […]

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Building a Grad Nation 2014-2015 Update

Building a Grad Nation 2014-2015 Update

Too many students are trapped in failing schools or in communities of intergenerational poverty with too few ways out. This sixth annual report to the nation highlights the significant progress that has been made, but also the serious challenges that remain – closing gaping graduation gaps between various student populations; tackling the challenge in key […]

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A Curriculum of Engagement: Micro-process Interventions that Support Successful Transitions from Middle to High School

A Curriculum of Engagement:  Micro-process Interventions that Support Successful Transitions from Middle to High School

What are the daily actions adults in schools must take to ensure students attend regularly, are engaged in schoolwork, and learn to high standards?  This three-year project funded by the U.S. Dept. of Education’s Institute for Education Sciences is developing and piloting an attendance outreach and incentive program, an academic counseling and support program, and […]

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Baltimore Education Research Consortium (BERC)

Baltimore Education Research Consortium (BERC)

The Baltimore Education Research Consortium (BERC) is a partnership between Johns Hopkins University, Morgan State University, and the Baltimore City Public School System to enhance Baltimore’s capacity to conduct strategic data analysis that supports improvements in the education of Baltimore’s children. BERC’s mission is to conduct and disseminate long- and short-term strategic data analysis and […]

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Using Data to Keep All Students On-Track for Graduation: Team Playbook

Using Data to Keep All Students On-Track for Graduation: Team Playbook

How can educators organize middle and high schools so they provide the supports students need to keep them in school and on-track for secondary, post-secondary, and future success?  Or more directly, how do we organize our schools so that students stay in school, behave appropriately, try hard, and succeed in their courses? A central lesson […]

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