Fiscal Year 2024 → Question 1
When a classroom has a significant number of students who are not making expected academic progress, there are several steps a school may take, including the first step of carefully analyzing the data to determine what may be contributing to the concerns. Possible steps may include:
Other steps may include assigning a special education co-teacher or an English language development teacher to support the classroom teacher. The staff development teacher, reading specialist, or central-office instructional specialist also may help plan lessons, model lessons, and provide teacher instructional feedback. These supports are reflected in the operating budget through investment in tutoring services, school-based and central office instructional support positions, intervention programs such as Read 180 and System 44, curriculum resources, and professional learning opportunities.