The study provides evidence of how much ignoring summer loss may impact school accountability determinations under ESSA and other accountability frameworks that draw evidence from student growth in achievement.
In this report, Collaborative for Student Growth researchers examine the implications for using short-term ...
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This study provides the first national insight into trends and disparities in the academic skills of children at school entry for students who began kindergarten between 2010 and 2017.
Can technology-enhanced items increase student engagement on assessments? A new study provides insight.
Is social-emotional learning (SEL) a set of discrete skills or a broader competency? New research provides insights.
What can we glean about students’ social-emotional learning from how long they spend on math test questions? New research shows promise and limitations of using response time metadata to measure SEL.
What role does schooling play in the development of racial and ethnic inequalities in academic skills? An analysis of 2M students provides insights into seasonal learning and achievement gaps.
Social-emotional learning competencies are important for student success, but are they stable over time? This study explores this question and the implications for teachers and schools.
SEDA provides a unique measure of educational opportunity across the United States. New research supports SEDA achievement scores, but also reveals some differences in growth estimates.
How do you help make sure students give their best effort on testing day? New research on student test engagement shows how proctor notification can make a significant impact.
How does rapid-guessing differ from solution behavior? Research provides insight into test disengagement and how disengagement should be managed in scoring.
Recent research explores whether rapid-guessing behavior reflects a lack of knowledge or disengagement from the assessment, and how student motivation impacts gains when students are retested.
New research shows that test effort differs substantially across student gender and racial subgroups. What does this mean for achievement gap estimates?
What do we really know about summer learning loss? Learn how new data expands our understanding of patterns and possible causes of loss, and potential policies to improve summer learning.
What role does schooling play in the development of racial and ethnic inequalities in academic skills? An analysis of 2M students provides new insights into seasonal learning and achievement gaps.
In partnership with Santa Ana Unified School District, we explore the impact of chronic absenteeism on student achievement over two years and whether missing 10% of days is too late to take action.
Learn more about our examination of student disengagement and how it may bias estimates of effectiveness based on observed test results.