Indistar® High School Indicators

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Indistar® High School Indicators

  1. 1. HS Indicators Indicator ID Team Structure 2354 The LeadershipTeamregularlyexaminesindividualandcollective studentdata(e.g.,course gradesand completion,overall grade pointaverage,attendance rates,behaviorreferrals,suspensions, end-of-course exams,state examresults) toidentifyareasforimprovementacrossall contentareasandthroughoutthe school. 2355 The LeadershipTeammonitorsratesof studenttransfer,dropout,graduation,andpost-highschool outcome (e.g.,student enrollmentincollege,studentsincareers) usingalongitudinaldatasystem. 2356 The LeadershipTeamimplements,monitors,andanalyzesresultsfromanearlywarningsystematthe school level usingindicators(e.g.,attendance,academic,behaviormonitoring)toidentifystudentsatrisk for droppingoutof highschool. Principal’s Role 2357 The traditional rolesof the principal andotheradministrators(e.g.,management,discipline,security) are distributedtoallowadequatetime foradministrative attentiontoinstructionandstudentsupports. Opportunity to Learn Content Mastery and Graduation 2358 The school confirmsthat a studenthasmasteredprerequisitecontentknowledgebeforeallowingthe studenttotake higher-levelcourses. 2359 All studentsdemonstratingprerequisite contentmasteryare givenaccesstohigher-level courses. 2360 The curriculumand schedule provide pathwaysforall studentstoacquire missingcontentknowledge. 2361 The school providesall studentswithacademicsupports(e.g.,tutoring,co-curricularactivities,tiered interventions)tokeepthemontrack forgraduation. 2362 The school providesall studentsextendedlearningopportunities(e.g.,summerbridge programs,after- school and supplementaleducational services,Saturdayacademies,enrichmentprograms) tokeepthem on track for graduation. 2363 The school providesall studentswithopportunitiesforcontentandcreditrecoverythatare integrated intothe regularschool day to keepthemontrack for graduation. Opportunity to Learn Post-Secondary School Options 2364 Guidance counselorsprovideall studentswithfeedbackandreportsontheirassessmentresults (academic,aptitude,interest) tofacilitate student-drivendecisionsabouttheirownwork andcollege and careergoals. 2365 The school providesall studentswithopportunitiestoenroll inandmasterrigorouscourseworkfor college andcareerreadiness. 2366 The school providesall studentswithacademicsupports(e.g.,supplemental interventions) whenneeded to enable themtosucceedinrigorouscoursesdesignedforcollegeandcareerreadiness. 2367 The school providesall studentswithsupportsandguidance toprepare themforcollege andcareers (e.g.,careerawarenessactivities,careerexploration,collegevisits,advising). 2368 All teachersintegrate college andcareerguidance andsupportsrelevanttotheirsubjectareasintotheir taught curricula. 2369 The school routinelyprovidesall studentswithinformationandexperience inavarietyof career
  2. 2. pathways. 2370 The school providesall studentswithaccesstorelevantdatatomake decisionsabouttheircourse of studyas theyprogresstowardtheircollege andcareergoals. 2371 The school providesall studentswithinformation,guidance,andsupporttosecure financial assistance and scholarshipsforcollegeorotherpost-secondaryeducation. Opportunity to Learn Extended Learning Opportunities 2372 The school expectsall studentstoparticipate inactivitiestodevelopskillsoutsideof the classroom(e.g., service learning,athletics,enrichment,internships). 2373 The school providesall studentswithopportunitiestolearnthroughnontraditional educationalsettings (e.g.,virtual courses,dual enrollment,servicelearning,work-basedinternships). 2374 The school providesall studentswithformal supportsandanetworkof contacts withschool personnel, communitymembers,andworkplace personneltoensure the social capital necessarytomake informed life decisions. Opportunity to Learn Transitions 2375 The school providesfreshmanstudentswithformal supports astheymake the transitiontohighschool (e.g.,summerbridge programs,freshmanacademies). 2376 The school providesseniorstudentswithformal supportsastheymake the transitionoutof highschool (e.g.,college andcareerplanning,jobfairs). 2377 The school tracks the post-secondaryschoolplacementsandexperiencesof theirgraduatesandreports the resultstothe school board,faculty,andschool community.

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