DiplomasatRisk

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Unformatted text preview: he key findings and recommendations for each of these audiences are: School Leaders n The vast majority (88 percent) of students with specific learning disabilities expect to graduate with a regular high school diploma. n Schools make decisions as early as elementary school that may take students off the regular diploma track. n States offering multiple diplomas can result in fewer Parents n Students with specific learning disabilities are at significant risk of not graduating from high school with a regular diploma. n Getting off track for a regular high school diploma can happen as early as elementary school. n States offering multiple diplomas can result in fewer students with SLD graduating with a regular diploma. students with specific learning disabilities graduating with a regular diploma. Policy Makers n Maintaining and improving the existing requirement of a four-year adjusted cohort graduation rate is a critical accountability tool for ensuring students with SLD are on track to graduate with a regular diploma. n States sh...
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