The District to District Student Transfers and Transitions project was created to address a variety of issues:
- Student mobility rates are increasing in Colorado.
- Groups of highly mobile students are more likely to fall behind academically and experience higher dropout rates.
- More guidance and information is needed to appropriately support students and increase the likelihood of academic success.
This project highlights resources and information related to the processes of enrollment, class placement, withdrawal, and transcript development for students. It promotes strategies, practices, and policies to effectively support students through school transitions and transfers, especially those who are adversely impacted by school moves and changes. Highly mobile students refers to those experiencing homelessness, students in foster care, unaccompanied minors, migrant students, expelled youth, military dependent students, and immigrant and refugee students.
For more information or to provide feedback on these pages, contact Tricia Walz, 303-866-6635.