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A tool to develop clear and consistent procedures and routines that help all young people feel safe to interact and engage in learning.
A plan that outlines a team’s approach to providing support for students served through special education and English learner programs.
Portland State University has curated a resource page dedicated to creating culturally responsive curriculum.
The purpose of the Postsecondary Pandemic Survey for current 12th grade students, and a newly developed parent survey, are aimed at assessing the degree to which the pandemic is impacting students’ postsecondary plans ranging from career/college exposure, college/financial aid applications, and postsecondary decisions and 2) translate data into practical applications for school counselors and programs …
NYC Department of Education’s Postsecondary Planning Milestones Toolkit provides effective and actionable strategies. One is a 9-12 interactive postsecondary planning checklist that has lesson plans for teachers and advisors and helps students and families make meaningful traction towards postsecondary milestones.
This National College Attainment Network article outlines the effective use of OneGoal’s Postsecondary Readiness Interactive Rubrics.
A toolkit for postsecondary success asset mapping (another way to evaluate based on your district or school needs).
Translation tools (Parabola Project): Includes: Google Translate; Yandex; Google Meet; and Skype.
Determining which content should be the highest priority based on what students will need to deeply know and understand to demonstrate readiness for the next grade is an important piece of igniting learning. Student Achievement Partners (SAP) suggest prioritizing ELA and Math for all grades. Their priority instructional guides are designed to help instructional leaders find new efficiencies …
Identify High Priority Content and Skills. Determine which content should be the highest priority based on what students will need to deeply know and understand to demonstrate readiness for the next grade. Student Achievement Partners (SAP) have outlined which content should be highest priority.
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