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This is an evaluation of the consortium composed of the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System, Christian County Public Schools, University of Kentucky and Clarksville-Montgomery County Education Foundation, which was created for the purpose of developing an effective parent/community engagement model and reading intervention program that positively impacts students’ behavioral and academic achievement needs. The partnership focuses on addressing two concerns that impact the military connected students in their communities: (1) The first goal is to build a Parent Community Engagement model that provides highly mobile families an effective and meaningful process for becoming connected to the schools and community. The model will address three components research has noted as key, (a) effective communication processes, (b) purposeful learning opportunities and programs, and (c) valid volunteer opportunities. (2) The second goal is focused on ensuring students develop grade level reading proficiency meeting meaningful targets and exit high school meeting college and career readiness benchmarks for reading. Reading interventions identified for implementation are designed around the 90-minute literacy block with additional opportunities for intervention in extended day activities. This work is also coupled with addressing the Response to Intervention model for literacy. Finally threaded throughout the work is addressing student behavioral needs which often manifest due to disengagement with the school and learning environment as well as learning deficits which inhibit the ability to develop understanding.
|Effective start/end date
|7/1/17 → 3/31/18
- Clarksville Montgomery County School System: $18,000.00
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