Gabrielino High Schoolâ€™s LCAP-Aligned Single Plan for Student Achievement for the 2015-2016 School Year
What impact did the lack of full or timely implementation of these strategies have on student outcomes? What data did you use to come to this conclusion? Strong home-school connections support student success. There are some Gabrielino Hispanic families that are engaged, but most are not, and in fact feel that they are not welcome at the school. This culture decreases the academic success of our Hispanic students and without a shift, other strategies to support these learners will not be as effective.
Strategies and Activities Identify those strategies or activities that were particularly effective in improving student achievement. What evidence do you have of the direct or indirect impact of the strategies or activities on student achievement? Most of Gabrielinoâ€™s major initiatives started during the 2015-2016 school year. These include the English make-up class, the clustering of L-TELs into general ed classes, the after-school tutoring program, the Academic Advisory, the adoption of the new math textbook. Identify those strategies or activities that were ineffective or minimally effective in improving student achievement. The Academic Advisory will be re-examined for next year to determine the future of the program.
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