The Center for Dropout Prevention was established in 2011 to assist schools, districts, and other stakeholders in their efforts to ensure that all students access a quality education and successfully complete high school college and career ready. The driving purpose of the Center is to provide training and technical assistance, as well as disseminate information and research on prevention, intervention, and recovery strategies that promote high school completion. Special attention and efforts are also aimed at helping districts develop a localized dropout prevention, intervention, and recovery strategy.
To learn more about Dropout Prevention and current training events, click on the appropriate link of interest on the left navigation bar. For additional information on dropout prevention in Tennessee, please contact Lori Paisley, Director of Special Projects, at (615) 532-4774 or via email at Lori.Paisley@tn.gov.
What Works Clearinghouse (US Department of Education)
Director of Special Projects
710 James Robertson Parkway
6th Floor, Andrew Johnson Tower
Nashville, Tennessee 37243
Phone: (615) 532-4774
Fax: (615) 532-6638