Middle school can be a difficult time for students, academics aside, the social and emotional changes they are experiencing are great. Studies have shown that the combination of adolescence and living in neighborhoods with concentrated poverty can negatively impact student attendance, behavior, and effort. This period of extreme transition is a turning point for young students and a time when many predictive risk behaviors begin to emerge.
With the edtech boom in education, sometimes it is difficult as a teacher to decide which experiences are best for our particular students with our own limited knowledge and experiences. Recently, I attended a COMPILE workshop at the invitation of Ms. Christy Cate.
Early warning systems are critical to ensuring that every student receives the help and resources they need to succeed. Find out how to select — and effectively implement — the best early warning solution for your district.