Exploring Secondary MTSS
developed by consultants at PLAEA
Did you know.....
“Freshman year is key to predicting who will graduate from high school. Failing one semester course decreases the likelihood of graduating from 83% to 60%; two semester Fs decreases the likelihood to 44%; three Fs reduces that to 31% chance of graduating.”
“85% of all juvenile offenders rate as functionally or marginally illiterate.”
“Students in the lowest 25% of their class in reading are 20 times more likely to dropout and 75% of those end up incarcerated.”
-Alliance for Excellent Education, High School Graduation Gains Equal Economic Success. 2013.
Are you aware of differentiated accountability & how it effectively builds a system of supports?
Are you looking to strengthen your MTSS system?
Do you need assistance on improving Iowa School Report Card?
Are students proficient on reading and math assessments?
Are students making a year of academic growth each year?
Are all subgroups closing the achievement gap?
Does your school climate promote positive behavior?
Prairie Lakes AEA is hosting a one-day Secondary MTSS Seminar.
- Understand that MTSS is continuous improvement and connects to Differentiated Accountability, Iowa Core Implementation, and the Iowa School Report Card
- Understand roles and responsibilities of a Leadership Team
- Begin a needs assessment of the “current state” of MTSS implementation
- Understand the 5 Essential Components of MTSS
Who Should Attend?
Middle School & High School Leadership teams that include an administrator as well as members that have the ability to:
Learn about best practices
Assess current reality and identify obstacles
Be willing to lead the change process
Who in your TLC structure can support work?