Early warning: Kindergarten readiness skills are trending downward
The Education Gadfly Show
On this podcast, Megan Kuhfeld, a research scientist at NWEA, joins Thomas B. Fordham Institute’s Mike Petrilli to discuss her recent, sobering findings about the reading and math skills of children entering kindergarten.Go to podcast
In this webinar, learn what new research shows about the academic growth trajectories of students who are deaf or hard of hearing (DHH), and tips for supporting students who are DHH in distance learning.
By: Stephanie Cawthon, Elizabeth Barker, Johny Daniel, Jessica Meissner, North Cooc
The Wall Street Journal‘s Susan Pinker reports on new research examining the extent to which the benefits of pre-K education persist through kindergarten.
Mentions: Erik Ruzek, Arya Ansari, Robert Pianta, Jessica Whittaker, Virginia Vitiello
Topics: Early learning
Persistence and convergence: The end of kindergarten outcomes of pre-K graduates and their nonattending peers
This study examined the benefits of pre-K through the end of kindergarten for children from low-income homes in a large and diverse county, and factors associated with a reduction in benefits during the kindergarten year.
By: Erik Ruzek, Arya Ansari, Virginia Vitiello, Robert Pianta, Jessica Whittaker
Topics: Early learning
This study examined math and reading academic achievement and growth in grades 2 to 8 for Hispanic participants and nonparticipants of a Spanish-English dual language program.
By: Angela Johnson
This study examines the effects of English Learner (EL) status on subsequent Special Education (SPED) placement.
By: Mark Murphy, Angela Johnson
Assessment education: Bridging research, theory, and practice to promote equity and student learning
This book focuses on practical uses of assessment in education and provides resources and strategies for teachers, administrators, and other educational leaders who strive toward data-informed instruction that balances the use of assessment to address opportunity gaps.
Edited by: Beth Tarasawa, Amelia Gotwals, Cara Jackson
Individualize instruction, remove barriers, track student progress: Some tips for making distance-learning special ed work
How can educators effectively engage students with disabilities in distance learning? Elizabeth Barker shares shares four ingredients for effective special education in this piece by The 74’s Beth Hawkins.
Mentions: Elizabeth Barker