Even with well-planned, well-executed instruction, there will likely always be a need for intervention.
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While it’s certainly important to understand the academic skills of these incoming kinder students, it’s just as critical to measure physical well-being and social and emotional development. Let’s take a closer look at how several states are rising to the challenge.
The New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) has experienced success with its incremental approach to raising graduation rates in place since the 2012–13 school year under an ESEA flexibility req
New Jersey’s spring testing window begins April 8—are you and your students ready? Between making sure that you are staying on pace with curriculum guides, practicing test-taking procedures and strategies, and providing the targeted preparation and reinforcement individual students need, spring testing season can quickly begin to feel overwhelming for educators. The good news is that a little research and planning can go a long way toward ensuring that you’re able to provide the support students need to be successful on their assessments. We’ve gathered all of the most useful, detailed, and relevant resources to help you put an outstanding test-preparation program into action.
Our team of education consultants, including me, works to develop a custom plan aligned to your objectives, equips educators with professional learning and coaching, fosters adoption and progress toward outcomes, and employs the expertise we’ve developed as former educators and training professionals. To learn more about what this really means, I’d like to share an example of how we truly partner with schools and districts across the nation, committed to tackling any obstacle of opportunity that comes our way.