History, structure, progress, mission, and support documents of the Graduation A Team Effort.
Building Bridges Grants
A competitive grant for use in data driven dropout prevention, intervention, and reengagement activities.
Open Doors  Youth Reengagement
Framework, requirements, and incentives for creating reengagement specific programs and community/educational partnerships for out-of-school youths age 16-21.
Systems and instruction on approaching data, and using student data to identify at-risk youth, develop targeted interventions, and assess the effectiveness of dropout prevention, intervention, and reengagement efforts.
Dropout Early Warning and Intervention System (DEWIS)
Data driven approach to establishing dropout indicators, identifying at risk youth, and developing support systems targeting the needs of the individuals.
Dropout Prevention, Intervention, and Retrieval Inventory
A peer sharing inventory of successful strategies, models, programs and partnerships that is supporting students and increasing graduation rates.
GATE Advisory Committee
Information about meeting documentation, dates and locations, and information about participating.
Quarterly newsletter on GATE related topics
Jobs for Washington’s Graduates (JWG)
Provides personal management and employability skills, and connections to career and technical education programs while assisting young people in staying engaged or reconnected through graduation.
Links to State Report Card, Education Research & Data Center, Healthy Youth Survey and more.
Pay for Actual Student Success (PASS) Act
The Pay for Actual Student Success (PASS) Act (PDF) was passed in the 2010–11 Legislative Session to address issues negatively impacting high school graduation rates. The purpose of the PASS Act is to assist students in addressing their individual barriers to graduating from high school, and/or successfully transition from high school to continued education and careers. Specifically, the PASS Act provided dedicated funding to four programs that have been successful at decreasing dropout, and increasing high school graduation. It also outlined an incentive program for schools successful in addressing dropout, and calls for the development of a comprehensive, integrated system to address dropout prevention, intervention, and retrieval.
- Building Bridges
- Opportunity Internships
- College Success Foundation