College and Career Readiness: Targeted Transitional Interventions

Any junior who does not meet CCR benchmarks on their ACT are required
to have transitional interventions in Mathematics, Reading and/or English
in their senior year to help reduce college remediation rates and increase
college readiness. In this session, the presenter will give audiences the
legislative overview and background for the transitional course
requirements and review the state-sponsored Reading and English curriculum
framework that is available to schools and districts at no cost. Participants
will have an opportunity to ask questions and to provide feedback on the
curriculum frameworks as time allows.

Presenter: April Pieper, Secondary Interventions, KDE

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April Pieper is a former high school English teacher, having taught for 13 years before going to work for the Kentucky Department of Education in July of 2008. Mrs. Pieper is a Secondary Interventionist for the Department and has recently been promoted to Branch Manager for the Differentiated Learning Branch, in the Division of Diverse Learners.





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