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July 22, 2022
What does progress really look like in K–12 literacy?

What does progress really look like in K–12 literacy?

For me, as for so many others, the last couple of years have brought a lot of unanticipated work. When I say that, I’m referring more to the nature of the work I’ve been doing than to the quantity—although I’ve […]
February 25, 2022

How to accelerate learning during summer 2022

This summer will be different than most—not only because of the ongoing disruptions to learning but because districts have plentiful funding to support their summer programs. Summer learning experiences are encompassed in ESSER funding uses. Administrators are not accustomed to […]
January 21, 2022

What many people don’t understand about student reading practice

Reading is an activity that takes many forms. It’s someone lounging in a window seat, lost in a good book. It’s also someone poring over an academic paper, looking for deeper understanding. It’s even someone skimming the latest news headlines […]
October 22, 2021

New insights on progress monitoring this school year

In K–12 education, we often use medical analogies to describe our assessment practices. For example, it’s common to hear the state summative test described as a “post-mortem” on the school year. In contrast, formative assessments are often compared to a […]

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