The Virginia Department of Education, in conjunction with I’m Determined, hosts MOVE, a three-day summit on a Virginia college campus, welcoming African-American males with disabilities and their families. To put research into practice, MOVE’s model includes: leadership by youth with disabilities, African-American male leaders and mentors, and parent training MOVE strives to empower African-American males with disabilities to overcome barriers, …
A set of Excel-based data tools to help districts and schools organize, examine, analyze, and share their data that impact graduation and dropout rates.
A tool to calculate student graduation and dropout rates.
Summarizes the status of alternate diplomas of eight states.
Find resources to assist schools in efforts to improve graduation rates and reduce dropout rates of students with disabilities.
Explores the nature of the dropout rates among three ethnicities (American Indian, African American, and Latino) and strategies to improve graduation rates.
This document describes a review of effective interventions and provides recommendations for practice, policy, and future research to reduce dropout for students with disabilities.
Reentry initiatives and strategies for recovering out-of-school youth to obtain their high school diplomas.