Transition to Students’ Futures. Steps and ideas to better prepare middle school students transition to high school and their futures. “We will lead the nation in improving student achievement.” Superintendent Kathy Cox.
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Steps and ideas to better prepare middle school students transition to high school and their futures
“We will lead the nation in improving student achievement.”
Superintendent Kathy Cox
Vivian Snyder and John Pritchett, Program Specialists, GA Department of Education © 2007
“ a process during which institutional and social factors influence which students’ educational careers are positively or negatively affected by this movement between organizations.”
(Morgan and Hertzog, 1997)
PROCESS that starts in the spring of 6th grade then moves to the 7th, to the 8th, to the 9th.
*Systematic = a planned PROCESS, not an EVENT!
*Developmental = grade level specific
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