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Step 5: Examine Progress


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After implementation occurs, LEAs and schools must determine whether the intervention(s) are meeting the originally identified needs of the school(s). In order to do this, tools which measure implementation fidelity must be utilized, progress monitoring data collected on student progress and outcome data must be analyzed and shared, and a plan for how knowledge about the intervention will be communicated must be in place. In addition, evidence collected must be used to determine if the intervention should continue as is, be modified, or be discontinued.
 
 

The consideration of “implementation fidelity” should include both how well the LEA and school improvement plan is being carried out as well as how the chosen interventions are being implemented with the students identified through the Early Warning System process.

The Student Success District/School Implementation Fidelity Rubric found below provides LEA/schools with a tool that can be utilized by the stakeholder team to determine the level of implementation fidelity. Furthermore, the team can use rating results to identify implementation successes, areas of opportunity, and to make implementation adjustments.  Click each image to access resource, presentation or full document.

Student Success District Implementation                 Student Success School Implementation
Fidelity Rubric and Scoring Form                               Fidelity Rubric and Scoring Form     

 

Progress monitoring is conducted in order to monitor students’ response to the intervention that is being implemented. This section provides information about the purpose, process and essential components of progress monitoring.

Evaluating Learner Outcomes and Fidelity - The Iris Center

Georgia’s Tiered System of Supports for Students (TSSS) Resources on Progress Monitoring

Georgia's TSSS Essential Components            Georgia's TSSS Implementer Series Unit 4
Progress Monitoring                                            Progress Monitoring  
   

Student Progress Monitoring Tool for Data Collection (Excel) - National Center on Intensive Intervention

 

In addition to the data that will be collected throughout the process of implementing both the selected interventions as well as the improvement process itself, there are also some state and federal reports that should be accessed periodically as the data found in these reports will provide valuable information and aide in informing action steps that may need to be added or adjusted.

Student Record Report ENR019b – Dropout Reason Report

  • This report will display all students who have dropped out and the reason they dropped out.

Student Record Report SR 057b – Graduate Diploma Information

  • This report may be checked after graduation data has been entered in Student Record.  This report should be checked prior to sign-off. This report will display who is receiving a diploma and what type of diploma is being reported-   General Education or Special Education.   (As a reminder- special education diplomas count against your graduation rate.)

Special Education Annual Reports - Georgia Department of Education
College and Career Readiness Performance Index - Georgia Department of Education
Georgia SPP/APR - State Performance Plan/Annual Performance Report
EDFacts IDEA Discipline Data Infographic – IDEA Data Center (IDC)

Links to Publicly Reported Data

 






 

Disclaimer: We have taken all reasonable care to ensure that the information contained within these pages is accurate and up-to-date. We do not endorse any non-Georgia Department of Education websites or products contained within these pages or through external hyperlinks. These webpages and documents provide only a sampling of available resources and in no way should be considered an exhaustive list of available resources. It is at the discretion of individual districts and schools to determine appropriate resources to serve stakeholders. Email studentsuccess@doe.k12.ga.us to recommend additional resources.