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Renaissance Roadmap Report: Summer 2020
Hear from Chief Product Officer Todd Brekhus on what’s coming your way for this back-to-school season! Learn more about continuous learning supports, Focus Skills, and the latest enhancements to Star in Spanish.
21 Oct 2020 • Star Reading (+1)We have recently completed a statistical study that links the results from Star Reading Spanish and Star Math Spanish to the end-of-year summative assessment State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness Spanish (STAAR Spanish) in reading and mathematics for grades 3 and 4.
21 Oct 2020 • Star SpanishEducators can now use the same reports, data, and tools for tests taken in Spanish that they already rely on when testing students in English.
21 Oct 2020 • myONWith the goal of boosting equity in mind, myON has recently added the capacity to automatically address lower bandwidths to optimize the reading experience for every student. This new feature allows titles to load up to four times faster than before.
21 Oct 2020 • Schoolzilla (+4)Administrators now have access to new district-wide analytics. Starting in August and continuing throughout the 2020-2021 school year, new and existing Star customers will gain access to new, interactive dashboards powered by Schoolzilla— at no extra cost.
21 Oct 2020 • Star 360 (+4)Later this fall, you’ll be able to see reporting showing if a test was taken at school or in an alternative location. With this added feature, you’ll be able to report on how students were tested and consider any adjustments to your remote testing and communication plans.
21 Oct 2020 • Star ReadingThe Star Growth Report summarizes growth between two testing periods in the same school year as soon as a student has both a pretest and posttest score. Teachers can run the report for a class or specific groups of students by SGP window, and administrators can see growth for each class or grade in their schools.
21 Oct 2020 • myON (+1)Students deserve to read books that can serve as cultural mirrors. Too often, books feature children who only appear white. Or worse, non-white characters reinforce the stereotypes that fuel institutional racism and inform bigotry.