Just as no two students are alike, no two schools or districts are alike either. There truly is no one size fits all for dropout prevention. The National Dropout Prevention Center offers a Program Assessment Review (PAR) and a Diploma Planning Institute (DPI) to assist schools and districts in determining the dropout prevention strategies that work best for them—and their students.
Access the schools’ and districts’ full success stories below.
A Program Assessment Review (PAR) between the National Dropout Prevention Center and Anderson School District 5 helped effectively evaluate district policies. The PAR process provided the district with resources and opportunities to evaluate areas of success as well as identify continued challenges. An additional behind-the-scenes webcast on the Anderson School District 5 PAR process can be accessed at http://dropoutprevention.org/webcast/…
Additional Resource: Program Assessment and Review (PAR)
The National Dropout Prevention Center worked with the Maine Department of Education through a Diploma Planning Institute to address student dropout rates and to provide participants with a plan of action for reducing dropout rates.
Additional Resource: Diploma Planning Institute: http://dropoutprevention.org/diploma-planning-institute/
Dr. Alicia Dunn, Director of Counseling, Enrollment & Postsecondary Readiness, Clayton County (GA) Public Schools, offers firsthand insights into the organization, effort, and buy-in from stakeholders necessary to implement an effective plan to increase graduation rates.
Contact NDPC Today
Interested in exploring what a Program Assessment and Review or a Diploma Planning Institute can do for your school or district? Contact Todd Daggett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
While there truly is no one size fits all for dropout prevention, there are success stories that provide the inspiration when stakeholders are willing to provide the perspiration. We look forward to your story!