School Leadership Reimagined - What can you do about struggling students?

EPISODE 94

What Can You Do About Struggling Students?

Biggest Takeaways You Don't Want to Miss:
  • Bosses deal with struggling students by relying on remediation. The problem is, remediation rarely works.
  • Leaders focus on intervention. But even the best intervention programs wait for students to struggle before they offer support.
  • Builders focus on prevention. With the right prevention program, you can eliminate all failures entirely.

Conventional wisdom says that you will always have some students who struggle or lag behind. But, there is a HUGE difference in the way that Builder's deal with struggling students and the way that bosses and leaders handle students who are behind. You don't have to accept student failure. There is something you can do about it. Discover what that difference is, and find out how you can completely eliminate student failure and achieve success for 100% of your students #LikeABuilder.

Check out these highlights:

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  • Why remediation doesn’t work and how a focus on remediation sets you up for failure.
  • How even the best intervention programs accept some degree of student failure.
  • Why intervention keeps you spinning your wheels and what you should be doing instead.
  • Why Builder’s focus on prevention and how doing so helps them eliminate failures completely.
  • How you can eliminate student failure without dumbing down your school curriculum or standards.
  • The secret process Builder’s use to set students up for success.
  • Examples of schools that have eliminated student failure.
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