Interventions in comprehensive and targeted support schools are necessary to ensure their future success. But are the state’s interventions evidence-based and rigorous enough to match the challenges that these schools face?
New Mexico clearly states what action must be taken in schools that fail to improve three years after being initially identified for comprehensive support and improvement. Schools must choose between a concrete list of intervention options or the state department will choose one for it. New Mexico is committed to providing additional funding to plans that use the strongest base of evidence and to providing “Direct Student Services” to support expanded learning time, AP course access, K-3 literacy and mathematics, pre-k services, personalized learning, and student transportation. Click to learn more.
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