Offering Multiple Pathways to Graduation Inside and Outside the Regular School Day USDOE

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U.S. Department of Education

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Low student test scores and challenging new state graduation requirements prompted the principal at McKay High School (Oregon) to use SIG funds to extend learning time for students who need help to graduate. McKay’s strategy is to offer multiple graduation pathways for students both inside and outside the regular school day. These pathways include academic workshops, tailored Saturday tutoring programs, and summer school classes that provide credit-recovery opportunities and English language instruction.​

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Turnaround Capacity

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Oregon