Making Student Support SMART

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§ 115C-105.41. Students who have been placed at risk of academic failure; personal education plans; transition teams and transition plans.
(a) In order to implement Part 1A of Article 8 of this Chapter, local school administrative units shall identify students who are at risk for academic failure and who are not successfully progressing toward grade promotion and graduation, beginning in kindergarten. Identification shall occur as early as can reasonably be done and can be based on grades, observations, diagnostic and formative assessments, State assessments, and other factors, including reading on grade level, that impact student performance that teachers and administrators consider appropriate, without having to await the results of end-of-grade or end-of-course tests. No later than the end of the first quarter, or after a teacher has had up to nine weeks of instructional time with a student, a personal education plan for academic improvement with focused intervention and performance benchmarks shall be developed or updated for any student at risk of academic failure who is not performing at least at grade level, as identified by the State end-of-grade test and other factors noted above. Focused instructional supports and services, reading interventions, and accelerated activities should include evidence-based practices that meet the needs of students and may include coaching, mentoring, tutoring, summer school, Saturday school, and extended days. Local school administrative units shall provide these activities free of charge to students. Local school administrative units shall also provide transportation free of charge to all students for whom transportation is necessary for participation in these activities.
Local school administrative units shall give notice of the personal education plan and a copy of the personal education plan to the student's parent or guardian. Parents should be included in the implementation and ongoing review of personal education plans. If a student's school report card provides all the information required in a personal education plan, then no further personal education plan is mandated for the student.
No cause of action for monetary damages shall arise from the failure to provide or implement a personal education plan under this section.
(b) Local boards of education shall adopt and implement plans for the creation of transition teams and transition plans for students at risk, as defined by the State Board of Education, to assist them in making a successful transition between the elementary school and middle school years and between the middle school and high school years. (2001-424, s. 28.17(e); 2009-542, s. 1; 2010-162, s. 1; 2011-145, s. 7.13(ee); 2011-391, s. 14(a); 2012-77, s. 4; 2012-142, s. 7A.1(d); 2013-226, s. 2.)

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Goal setting is a critical step in creating Personal Education Plans (PEPs). SMART Goal setting is a research-based process that makes success attainable. The educator’s daily interactions with a student and artifacts support with focus goal selection. Artifacts might include: student achievement data, EVAAS, attendance, behavior and other social skill data.
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The SMART goal template makes the goal setting process sensible and easier. It provides steps for developing each SMART goal and establishing action steps and completion dates. Data must drive the goal setting. There must be rationale or evidences to support the need for the goal. Goal setting is important for everyone. Save the template to your computer and use the template when setting SMART goals.

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