District Academic Intervention
The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) requires Louisiana public school systems to develop improvement strategies for struggling schools. In Louisiana, these schools are labeled Comprehensive Intervention Required (CIR).
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LPSS Vision: Ensure all students have the opportunity to grow and thrive to achieve their ultimate potential.
- Exemplify Educator Excellence
- Build Collective Leadership
- Promote a Growth Mindset in all Leaders, Teachers, and Students
Each year, we plan on how to improve student learning in the coming year. This process involves reviewing student achievement and student progress data, establishing priorities, and building a plan aligned with these priorities.
District Academic Intervention Priorities
- Teachers are prepared to deliver high-quality lessons each day that meet the needs of all students.
- Students learn grade-level content in literacy, math, science, and social studies, demonstrating growth year after year.
- Students are on track to high school graduation and ultimately have plans for post-secondary education and/or enter the workforce.
District Academic Intervention Goals
- Show growth over time to move current Transformation Zone Schools out of CIR status (state low-performance label)
- Improve the percent of students scoring mastery on the EOY test
- Ensure students enter 3rd grade reading on grade level
- Consistent improvement with the graduation cohort rate in high schools
- Improve teacher and leader retention rate
For more information about the District Academic Intervention program, please contact Tracy Hypolite, District Academic Intervention Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 337-521-7104.
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