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College & Career Readiness

What does a Middle School-College and Career Coach Do?

       "This position is to ensure our at-risk students in middle school are prepared for A-G courses and will be successful in graduating college and career ready from high school. These coaches will collaborate and partner with the local district and school site instructional staff, school personnel, parents, and the community to ensure data-driven, results-based support services and programs are provided for all at-risk students. College and Career Coaches will primarily be responsible for identifying achievement gaps, utilizing multiple data points for early alert data to inform intervention and support, assisting the roll-out of English Language Arts (ELA) / English Language Development (ELD), integrating instructional technology and providing a bridge of support as at-risk students transition into high school." (http://achieve.lausd.net/)

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