Our Transitional Students Improve Behaviors and Graduate
At all times, we stay focused on generating measurable outcomes that evidence academic, behavioral, and social progress in our students, via both quantitative metrics (e.g., improved attendance rates, test scores, promotion rates, and return rates to mainstream classrooms) and qualitative indicators (e.g., heightened self-esteem, levels of engagement, and enthusiasm for learning).
- A 93% drop in recidivism means that behavior is changing for the long term
- Drastic reduction in suspension rates (500 to 20) and student arrest rates (50 to 2) was seen after the first year of the transitional education program implementation at John B. Stetson Middle School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- 91% of eligible seniors in transitional education programs earn a high school diploma with their cohorts