The U.S. Department of Education sponsored the National Survey on High School Strategies Designed to Help At-Risk Students Graduate and collected data in the 2014-2015 school year from a nationally representative sample of 2,142 public high schools about 13 specific high school improvement strategies designed to improve the likelihood of high school graduation for at-risk students.
PPSS Briefs Highlighting Results from the National Survey on High School Strategies (HSS) Designed to Help At-Risk Students Graduate (2017) provide descriptive information on the prevalence and characteristics of strategies designed to help at-risk students graduate from high school.
If you would like to view the full survey instrument that participating high school principals completed or would like to access the HSS data to conduct your own analyses, click here.
Download the PPSS Briefs Highlighting Results from the National Survey on High School Strategies (HSS) Designed to Help At-Risk Students Graduate (2017)
- New Academic Support Classes: PDF (249K)
- New Credit Recovery: PDF (287K)
- Academic Tutoring: PDF (283K)
- Career-Themed Curriculum: PDF (276K)
- Case Management: PDF (269K)
- College-Level Coursework for High School Students: PDF (381K)
- Competency-Based Advancement: PDF (237K)
- Early Warning Systems: PDF (364K)
- High School Transition Activities: PDF (255K)
- Mentoring: PDF (298K)
- Personalized Learning Plans: PDF (249K)
- Social Services: PDF (303K)
- Student Support Teams: PDF (278K)