(Webinar) Using Early Warning Indicators to Support Every Student
March 27 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
After decades of evidence that focusing on the “ABCs”—attendance, behavior, and coursework—can help schools increase graduation rates, districts are expanding their use of early warning systems (EWS) to support every student.
Join Panorama Education to hear from experts and practitioners about how schools are using early warning indicators that are updated daily to address core challenges like reducing chronic absenteeism and assigning tiered interventions, as well as promoting students’ social-emotional learning (SEL) and college/career readiness.
Dr. Robert Balfanz, a pioneer for using early warning indicators, will share his evidence-based models for identifying and monitoring at-risk students through early warning systems.
Superintendent Dr. Drew Echelson and administrators from Waltham Public Schools (Mass.), along with an administrator from Metro Nashville Public Schools (Tenn.), will discuss how their districts are using data indicators to prepare their students for success in the 21st century.