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AttendaNCe Counts: What North Carolina School Districts are Doing to Reduce Chronic Absence

date_range 2018
library_books Report/Fact Sheet/Issue Brief
lightbulb_outline Campaign for Grade-Level Reading
lightbulb_outline Every Student Succeeds Act
lightbulb_outline Pathways to Grade-Level Reading
attach_file High Quality Early Care and Education
attach_file Supports for Families
attach_file Regular School Attendance
attach_file Promotion to Next Grade

AttendaNCe Counts: What North Carolina School Districts are Doing to Reduce Chronic Absence provides results of a self-assessment that asked school districts to share which of their attendance policies and practices are strong, and where there are opportunities for improvement. The assessment responses are the self-reported impressions of school district superintendent office staff. Fifty-five out of 115 school districts responded.

Accelerating What Works: Full-Day Pre-K

date_range 2015
library_books Report/Fact Sheet/Issue Brief
attach_file Promotion to Next Grade
attach_file High Quality Early Care and Education

What Works for Third Grade Reading: An Overview of the NC Pathways to Grade-Level Reading

date_range 2017
library_books Report/Fact Sheet/Issue Brief
lightbulb_outline Pathways to Grade-Level Reading
lightbulb_outline Campaign for Grade-Level Reading
attach_file Safe at Home
attach_file Regular School Attendance
attach_file Summer Learning
attach_file Healthy Birthweight
attach_file Physical Health
attach_file Early Intervention
attach_file Social-Emotional Health
attach_file Oral Health
attach_file School Climate
attach_file Supports for Families
attach_file Knowledgeable Parents
attach_file Parent-Child Interactions
attach_file Reading with Children
attach_file Promotion to Next Grade
attach_file High Quality Early Care and Education

The paper provides an introduction to a series of 12 working papers that offer research-based policy, practice and program options to states and communities working to improve third grade reading proficiency. Read this document first before delving into the papers.

What Works for Third Grade Reading: Promotion to Next Grade

date_range 2017
library_books Report/Fact Sheet/Issue Brief
lightbulb_outline Pathways to Grade-Level Reading
attach_file Promotion to Next Grade

This brief considers why promotion to the next grade matters for third grade reading proficiency, outlines the connection with other factors that impact early literacy, and highlights options that have been shown to increase rates of grade promotion. It is one of 12 working papers that offer research-based policy, practice and program options to states and communities working to improve third grade reading proficiency.

Research Basis for Pathways Measures of Success Framework

date_range 2017
library_books Report/Fact Sheet/Issue Brief
lightbulb_outline Pathways to Grade-Level Reading
attach_file Regular School Attendance
attach_file Summer Learning
attach_file Healthy Birthweight
attach_file Physical Health
attach_file Early Intervention
attach_file Social-Emotional Health
attach_file Oral Health
attach_file School Climate
attach_file Supports for Families
attach_file Knowledgeable Parents
attach_file Parent-Child Interactions
attach_file Reading with Children
attach_file Promotion to Next Grade
attach_file High Quality Early Care and Education

This resource provides data definitions of the Measures of Success and shares the research for each measure, demonstrating the connections between the measures and third-grade reading proficiency. A list of sources is included for each group of measures.