Alternative Accountability Policy Forum Session Evaluations
1. Select the session
I - The Life-Changing Power of Abundant Reading
I - Resources and Strategies for Alternative School Accountability
I - 20 Years of Reengagement Success: Seattle’s Partnership for Connecting At-Promise Students to College
I - Implementing Mentoring Programs with At-Promise Teens
II - Using “Students at the Center” Resources to Strengthen Instruction
II - Leveraging Social Supports for At-Promise Students
II - Building Bridges to College for California Opportunity Youth: The Role of CBOs and Pathways in Community College Relationships
II - The Role of Authorizers and School Boards in Schools Serving At-Promise Youth
III - Continuous Improvement of Alternative Education in Kentucky: Support, Recognition and Accountability
III - District-Wide Social Emotional Learning: Cultivating Champions to Build Capacity and Sustainability
III - Now What? Developing Post-Secondary Options for Reengaged Youth
III - A Synthesis of Academic Interventions for Students in Alternative High Schools
IV - Measuring Effectiveness of Student Reengagement Programs
IV - Trends and Opportunities in Statewide Accountability for Youth in Alternative Schools under ESSA
IV - Flip the Script San Diego: 53,000 Reasons to Change the Story of San Diego’s Opportunity Youth
IV - Starting with Students
V - Opportunity Measures - Validating Unique Student Outcomes and School Success
V - Retention and Other Measures to Demonstrate Successful Outcomes for At-Promise Students
V - Developing Trauma Informed Systems: Lessons Learned
V - Reengaging Students with a Student Engagement Department
VI - High-Stake Stories: How to Break Through Fake News with Real Lives
VI - Equity in Education: Reengagement Advocacy
2. I learned something new.
3. I will use the content presented.
4. This was very relevant to my work with alternative accountability.
5. Is the policy or practice described in this session one that you currently use in your school or program.
If not, is the policy or practice described in the session one that you may Incorporate into your school or program?
6. Did the presenter(s) adequately describe the data or evidence for the presented policy or practice?
7. What was the single most valuable thing you learned at this session?
8. Do you have any other comments, questions, or concerns?
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