high school to 4+ program transition rubric
as you consider the learning characteristics of your students, use the following rubric as a guide to determine college success with 4+ support.
|attendance||attends regularly with little or no absences and/or tardies.||attends regularly with few absences and/or tardies.||does not attend regularly. has many absences and/or tardies.|
|self-advocacy||appropriately asks for and uses assistance.||sometimes asks for and uses assistance||rarely asks for or uses assistance or is overly dependent upon assistance to complete tasks.|
|behavior||follows school behavior policies.||follows school behavior policies most of the time.||does not follow school behavior policies.|
|academics||no or minimal modifications. most or all of the day is in general education classes.||few modifications. moderate accommodations. majority of the day is in general education classes.||many modifications or substitutes specially designed instruction for general curriculum.|
with a score of 10-12, the probability of student success with 4+ general curriculum is likely.
with a score of 5-9, the probability of student success with 4+ career readiness is likely.
with score of 4 and under, the probability of student success with 4+ support is low.