What if you could identify at-risk students even before warning signs appear? You can, with the Success Highways research-validated Resiliency Assessment.
Traditionally, schools track early warning indicators such as student attendance, behavior and coursework (the ABC’s). By the time this data is captured, it’s often too late to reverse trends and prescribed interventions are often ineffective because they do not address the underlying social and emotional factors that are contributing to the problems. With the Success Highways Resiliency Assessment, schools have the data to see a complete picture of the whole student and intervene before students experience the negative impact of academic failure.
Using the Success Highways Resiliency Assessment for grades 6-10, schools can turn the tide for students in several ways:
Resiliency assessment data tells educators which students are at risk of failure as early as three years before warning signs appear, identifying even straight-A students who may be silently struggling with resiliency issues.
Students’ academic problems are often only a symptom of deeper social emotional concerns. When educators are empowered with data on the six resiliency skills, they can target the underlying issues and improve academic performance, attendance, behavior, and graduation rates.
Success Highways Resiliency Assessments help educators prioritize interventions. Resiliency data can also aid in building an overall school culture of resiliency by targeting areas for school- or district-wide improvement.