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In schools across America, the needs of students are wide-ranging and important to attend to. Disaggregated data may identify certain subgroups by race and socio-economic status.
In this section, SEAs set long-term goals for three required areas: academic achievement, graduation rate, and English language proficiency. SEAs may include additional long-term goals outside these areas.
In this section, SEAs describe stakeholder engagement and consultation efforts, including how they collected and incorporated input from stakeholders, met public comment requirements, and consulted with the Governor on the plan.
In this section, SEAs that intend to use funds under one or more of the included programs for certification and licensure systems, educator preparation program strategies, or educator growth and development systems, must provide a description with the necessary information.
Students at risk of high school dropout often miss school, fail courses, and account for many disciplinary actions and suspensions. Some end up in the criminal justice system. The further they fall behind, the more monumental the task of catching up becomes.
In this section, SEAs provide information about high school end-of-course mathematics assessments and strategies to prepare students for and provide access to advanced mathematics courses in middle school.