N states should be required to implement evidence

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Unformatted text preview: Act. n States should be required to implement evidence-based early warning systems in all high schools that have significant graduation rate gaps between all students, and students with disabilities. n States with multiple diploma options and low graduation rates for students with disabilities and/or significant graduation rate gaps for students with disabilities should closely examine the impact of multiple diploma options, graduation requirements and exit exam policies. n States should ensure policies that encourage early decisions that put students on an alternate route to exiting high school without a regular diploma are eliminated. 2 | Diplomas at Risk: A Critical Look at the Graduation Rate of Students with Learning Disabilities | www.LD.org Key Takeaways for Parents, School Leaders and Policy Makers The findings and recommendations in this report are essential to helping parents, school leaders and policy makers understand what they can do improve graduation rates of students with SLD. T...
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