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Formative assessment (FA) isn’t new. But as our education system changes, our approaches to any instructional strategy must evolve. Learn how to put FA to work in your physical or virtual classroom.
Strong readers are more likely to graduate from high school, less likely to become teen parents, and better positioned for success in the workforce. Support yours during COVID-19 school closures.
Student demographics have changed. Learn more about what you can do to improve equity in your classroom, school, or district with practical advice from our Teach. Learn. Grow. blog authors.
When schools focus on growth, educators can help every student realize their potential. Learn how to tap into the transformative power of reliable growth data in our free eBook.
Some at-risk students move through school without the right opportunities, and teachers have to determine the next steps. In this eBook, we share tools for differentiation and intervention.
How do we know if students are learning? Assessments strive to answer that question. In this eBook, we break down the types of assessments, what to use when, and how to make the right choice.
Are you ready to turn rich data into strong outcomes? Download this free eBook to discover 3 key instructional decisions that can transform learning for students.
Getting data to teachers to inform instruction is what gives assessments power and utility. Here are concrete examples of educators using data to inform the way they teach in the classroom.
Learning to read is a major milestone—it’s the gateway to a lifetime of learning. Here, we curated popular early literacy blogs from Cindy Jiban, PhD, about a better way to assess early reading.