ERIC Number: ED382405
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1993
Increasing Prevention of School Failure by Early Intervention for School Success of At-Risk Students Kindergarten through Grade Three.
Rogers, Marilyn R.
A practicum project implemented a developmentally appropriate intervention to increase school success for at-risk children in kindergarten through grade 3. Two corollary aims of the project were to determine the causes of at-risk status before retention or school failure occurs, and to involve parents in their children's educational process. An extended-day early intervention program (after school) 2 days per week for 1 hour per day was implemented to help Chapter 1 students experience success in language arts. Eight home-school partnership workshops in English and Spanish were provided to the parents of all students. In addition, there was a 2-week program of daily parent involvement that included a home-school lending library. Results of student skills tests and pre- and post-program surveys indicated that the parent involvement program was the most successful part of the practicum. Although the at-risk students did show gains, the gains were not as expected. (Six appendixes include questionnaires, parent letter, extended day student survey, and early intervention for school success continuum.) (HTH)
Publication Type: Dissertations/Theses - Practicum Papers; Tests/Questionnaires
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A
Note: Ed.D. Practicum Report, Nova University.