Early intervention

Early alert and intervention systems provide two important advantages in the fight to improve student persistence: First, they direct front-line staff to where their efforts will have the biggest impact, often before even the student knows they need help. Second, they catch small issues early, before they escalate to larger problems that cost more time and resources to solve.

These reports profile several examples of early alert triggers and the associated interventions. Deployed in combination, these tactics create a powerful safety net to catch at-risk students.

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