Weiler, Jessica

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Encouraging engagement: mentoring students with chronic absenteeism 2018 998 For students across the United States, chronic absenteeism is a significant problem that can lead to poor academic performance, dropping out of school, and lack of success in college and/or the workplace. Although schools implement a wide range of in...
Building trust: the key to principal transitions 2019 490 Principals transitioning to a new school often struggle to build or sustain a positive school climate in the first 100 days, which can impede school progress and achievement. (Leithwood, Harris, & Hopkins, 2008; MacNeil, Prater, & Busch, 2009). Schoo...
Unlocking the gate: faculty professional development for increased student success in foundational and gateway courses 2020 395 Foundational and gateway courses are critical prerequisites in educational systems.Unfortunately, they can be challenging for students, causing high failure rates, which correlate with reduced course persistence and program completion for all student...
Meeting the challenge: building the capacity of teachers of the deaf to affect improved student outcomes 2021 42 Children who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing (D/HH) present with specific challenges in language acquisition and literacy learning. For these children, developing age-appropriate language and literacy skills is often the exception, not the rule. This st...
Stop the churn: how districts can support principals to increase their retention 2019 424 Public school districts in the United States are struggling to retain principals. Principals leave schools for a variety of reasons related to the following: quality of life, pressures related to legislation and accountability, organizational structu...
Increasing exposure and understanding of post-secondary education: breaking down barriers to college for participants in career and educational programs 2021 109 Through this improvement initiative, we sought to investigate whether the positive impact of exposure to the college environment can extend to those previously enrolled in a Career and Educational Program (CEP), which is without a traditional college...