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1Module 6 DQ 2Prompt:High-performing students are often underserved during school reform andaccountability periods, which tend to focus on the needs of students performing below theirpotential. During these periods, how might school system or school site leaders best engagefaculty, parents, and the community to implement programs and services that will address theneeds of high-performing students? Support your conclusion. What data is required to equitablyidentify students and implement exemplary programs and services to meet the needs of thisgroup of students? Support your position.Response:Good evening Dr. B. and Classmates,Unfortunately, when attention is placed on students performing below their potential, high-performing students often go overlooked and get left out as a result. During periods such asthese, school systems or school site leaders, more specifically, could enact enrichment programsto address the needs of high-performing students. A site leader might reach out to parents todecern their child’s specific interests and offer opportunities like zero periods, advancedelectives, community outreach, or afterschool enrichment (Georgis et al., 2014). When leadersconsider the needs of the students they serve, they can provide students with what they need

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