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Insights for Early Action - Paper

Explore the factors that contribute to disengagement, the predictive strength of these factors, and best-practice examples of interventions to prevent disengagement.
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This paper focuses on the identification of students at risk of disengagement from school based on evidence from a global literature review and insights from 10 Victorian case study schools. 

It provides evidence and insights on what indicators to use to identify students at risk of disengagement and how to undertake early identification of these students. 

Developed in partnership between the Bastow Institute of Educational Leadership, Evidence for Learning, and Monash University's Faculty of Education.

The Insights for Early Action study set out to investigate how schools can best identify students at risk of disengaging from their learning and explore best-practice examples of interventions to prevent disengagement.  

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Last updated 10 February 2022