Is there an early literacy crisis? How science and data can help
Our early reading experts discuss the roots of the literacy crisis and provide research-backed strategies for helping early readers catch up and closing gaps in literacy equity and access.
This study continues NWEA research into how COVID-19 has affected student learning. It builds on previous research showing achievement levels dropping drastically over the 2020–21 school year, then beginning to rebound in the 2021–22 school year when achievement gains mirrored pre-pandemic trends.
Learn how the MAP Suite early learning solution from NWEA can support your district’s commitment to helping students in grades K–3 learn to read and develop early math skills.
Bolstered by years of timely, reliable, MAP® Growth™ assessment data, Dayton Public Schools had the trustworthy insights they needed to launch their innovative two-teacher initiative.
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Resulting from our work with schools and districts through research partnerships, these guiding questions are a a relevant, helpful way to think through planning interventions and identify what aspects of interventions educators need to track to evaluate effectiveness.
What are digital and disciplinary literacy, and why are they so important right now? We dive into these questions with Laura B. Hansen, director of Teaching and Learning Connections at NWEA.
The essence of family literacy is that parents are supported as the first teachers of their children.” Family Literacy is the idea that long after diapers and baby steps, our children have so much to learn by watching, observing, and collaborating with trusted adults at home, particularly when it comes to building a strong foundation for reading with confidence. On this episode, we dive deeper into this idea and share the how and why of building and sustain robust family literacy practices.