David Snyder

What Works in Dropout Prevention

The U.S. Department of Education's Doing What Works site has just debuted a robust new section focused on dropout prevention. It features information on recommended research-based practices educators can use to prevent dropouts, such as Adult Advocates, Data Systems, and academic supports.

Each practice is described with multimedia content and school success stories, and implementation is made easier with plenty of tools and templates, making the site a fun and valuable destination.

This is just the latest of many great resources you can find the the Whole Child Resource Clearinghouse.

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