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    Early Warning Systems and MTSS: How to Flag and Prevent Student Failure

    Wednesday, April 17, 2024
    1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    1 PM ET / 12 PM CT / 10 AM PT

    Siloed data systems, strained resources, and inconsistent expectations make it a challenge to recognize the warning signs of school failure and intervene early. Don’t “wait to fail”—a Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) can help at all levels, K-12!

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    MTSS is a well-established, evidence-based practice that prevents students from falling through the cracks. Together with a robust software platform designed specifically to support MTSS, this practice can become even more streamlined and effective, allowing you to quickly and easily see risk levels and tiered support recommendations across all students based on attendance, behavior, and academic performance.

    View this edLeader Panel to learn more about Early Warning Systems and MTSS, and how you can take proactive steps to prevent student failure. Learning objectives include:

    • Explore the benefits of centralizing early warning indicators and student risk tracking in an MTSS software platform
    • Learn early intervention strategies to prevent academic challenges and disengagement
    • Discover how data-driven decision making can help you make the most of limited time and resources for the benefit of all students

    This recorded edLeader Panel is of interest to K-12 school leaders, district leaders, and district-level MTSS, curriculum, SEL, and special education roles.

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    Note: Branching Minds is unable to issue certificates of attendance to those who watch the webinar on demand (i.e., after it takes place live).

    The presenters:

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    Sarah Frazelle, M.A
    Co-Director of the National Student Attendance and Engagement Center
    Senior Researcher at AIR

    Sarah Frazelle, M.A. is the Co-Director of the National Student Attendance and Engagement Center and a senior researcher at AIR focusing on projects related to attendance, Early Warning Systems, and college and career readiness and success. She brings over 15 years of experience in providing technical assistance to schools, districts, and states in implementing student support systems such as Early Warning Systems, MTSS, and PBIS. She has received national attention for her brief A Practitioner’s Guide to Implementing Early Warning Systems and was recently featured by Branching Minds in their podcast How Leaders Can Mitigate Drop-Out Risk Using Early Warning Indicators. Her most recent area of focus has been integrating student and family voice to help guide the selection of interventions that address the root causes of where students need support.

    In her previous role as the Director of MTSS and Early Warning Indicator Systems at Puget Sound ESD in WA state, Sarah focused on developing and providing tailored technical assistance that braids quantitative and qualitative data to create action plans for school improvement. With over 17 years of experience in designing and conducting evaluation studies, she helps education teams ensure that the interventions and systems they implement are having the desired impact on students. Sarah holds a master’s degree in economics from the University of Kansas.

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    Emily-Rose Barry
    VP of Product at Branching Minds

    Emily-Rose Barry is the VP of Product at Branching Minds. She has worked in education technology in roles overseeing product and customer success for the past ten years. Before joining the world of agile software development, she taught reading and writing at every level from early childhood to college, administered special programs for an adult literacy nonprofit, and published short fiction and poetry as a freelance writer. She is a co-founder of ProductTank Buffalo, a local community for networking and professional development.