A Case Study of Implementing Collaborative Student Support Teams to Support Students on the Path to High School Graduation
Date of Award
Dr. Julie Kalnin
Dr. Gary Beckley
Dr. Bruce Weitzel
High school dropouts; Academic achievement; Student achievement; Teacher-Student relationships; Education organizations
This research explores who is at risk of dropping out of high school and how collaborative Student Support Teams can contribute to students staying on track to graduate high school. The issue of student success is important because graduation is positively correlated with important life outcomes and ability to earn an adequate income in the labor market. For this paper, “at-risk students” is defined as students considered in danger of not graduating, not being promoted, or not meeting other education-related goals. The research looks at high school dropout indicators and how the Collaborative Response Model contributes to student success in school. The results will inform the ways in which society, particularly education system support teams, can positively support youth who are at risk of early school leaving.
Muench, Janice L., "A Case Study of Implementing Collaborative Student Support Teams to Support Students on the Path to High School Graduation" (2023). Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 110.
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