It’s hard to believe that the North Carolina End-of-Grade (EOG) and End-of-Course (EOC) assessments are just a few months away! Between making sure that you are staying on pace with curriculum guides, practicing test-taking procedures and strategies, and providing the targeted reinforcement students need, spring state testing can quickly begin to feel overwhelming. We’re hoping to help lighten the load (even if only a little bit) by curating all the best testing resources we could get our hands on.
This increasing population of diverse learners in North Carolina only continues to highlight the growing need for quality educational materials that target English-language proficiency and continuous academic growth. Before students take the 2019 ACCESS for ELLs 2.0 exam, ensure that you have an education partner who offers high-quality programs to drive your students toward desired outcomes.
So, what’s the best solution when district and school budgets are tight? Try applying for a grant! We’ve compiled a comprehensive list of grant programs that all North Carolina educators should be aware of, including state-specific programs and national awards offered by corporations, professional societies, and nonprofit organizations—all organized by category and application due date. *
Edmentum is proud to partner with educators across the state of North Carolina in support of a unified goal to ensure that all students are reading at or above grade level by the end of 3rd grade. Under this approval, students may take the Exact Path adaptive diagnostic assessment in place of the mCLASS®:Reading 3D™ assessment. Accountability recommendations outline that a student must earn a Lexile® level of 725 or higher to demonstrate proficiency within End-of-Grade 3 achievement expectations.
With North Carolina’s ESSA plan recently approved by the U.S. Department of Education on June 5, 2018, planning for the 2018–2019 school year is top of mind for district and school administrators. To support you in that process, we've curated a list of our best resources aligned to goals outlined by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) and the North Carolina ESSA plan.
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