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Early Warning Systems (EWS)

Early Warning Systems data reveals the symptoms of potential academic or behavioral problems, not the underlying root causes or what to do about them.  The Problem Solving Team must utilize the problem solving process to identify the problem and engage in root cause analysis prior to developing an action plan for support.  ICEL by RIOT is a tool which will assist teams in conducting specific root cause analysis.

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 Articles

Using Early-Warning Data to Improve Graduation Rates: Closing Cracks in the Education System, Lyndsay Pinkus, 2008.

Policy Brief, August 2008

 

This document shares evidence from the latest research and best practices from the field so that parents, educators, administrators, business leaders, and legislators can be better equipped to keep children on track to graduate high school, prepared for college and career success.

On Track for Success

This PowerPoint offers three steps toward reducing dropouts in your community: Step 1: Understand the dropout problem in your community. Step 2: Build an early warning, prevention and intervention system. Step 3: Involve the community.

Everyone Graduates: 3 Steps to Building an Early Warning & Intervention System for Potential Dropouts

 

 

Presentations

Dr Akes, Florida Department of Education
October 2013 C2 Cohort Presentation
Early Warning Signs (EWS)

Early Warning Systems

Dr. Amber Brundage, Florida Problem-Solving/Response to Intervention Project, February 27, 2015, CASE/FOIL/FASA Collaboration Meeting: Early Warning Systems in the Context of Multi-Tiered Systems of Support

Early Warning Systems in the Context of Multi-Tiered Systems of Support

 

Florida MTSS Fact Sheets

 This PowerPoint offers three steps toward reducing dropouts in your community: Step 1: Understand the dropout problem in your community. Step 2: Build an early warning, prevention and intervention system. Step 3: Involve the community

Early Warning Systems

Fact Sheet on the Effects of Suspension on Student Outcomes which was collaboratively developed by the Florida Department of Education, the Florida PBS Project, and the Florida PS/RtI Project with the University of South Florida.

Effects of Suspension on Student Outcomes