Cynthia Treadwell, an elementary school principal in Illinois, believes that in education, “the name of the game is growth.” How can teachers ensure their students are growing? With trustworthy data from a research-backed assessment.
Assessment is only useful if the data it yields can be used to move kids forward. Does your assessment solution help teachers teach and students learn?
An assessment is only as valuable as the data it provides. But even the best data in the world won’t get your school or district very far if your teachers don’t know how to use it.
Using a one-size-fits-most assessment in a student-focused environment just doesn’t add up. Meaningful personalization is easier to achieve with the flexibility of a tool that allows for freedom of curriculum choice.
Providing students with a clear view of where they stand is key to building a strong teacher-student partnership. Reliable assessment data they can use to plan next steps together is a good place to start.
The debate around explicit phonics instruction and a balanced literacy approach continues—but should it? We break down the controversy and offer suggestions and ideas for supporting growing readers with assessment.
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To understand learning losses, it’s vital to have trusted student performance and growth data on hand. Find out how MAP Growth can help.
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