Grade-level learning is essential to strong RTI programs. national director Brooklin Trover shares three tips for teachers to employ as they continue to address students’ pandemic-related unfinished learning.
In this post, we explain why we prefer to use the term “unfinished learning,” in most of our content, why we sometimes use “learning loss," and why we think this linguistic flexibility helps us better support our educator partners.
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Early literacy is the crucial knowledge students develop as a foundation for reading. This explainer post addresses top questions about early literacy (also known as emergent literacy), clarifying why it’s so important to reading and overall learning achievement.
Research has long connected learning outcomes with students’ socioeconomic backgrounds. Learn how Georgia’s Tattnall County School District has used data and a “whatever-it-takes” attitude to overcome barriers to success.
When Georgia’s Toombs County Schools educators were looking for a teacher-friendly tool that would help them personalize learning for their K–8 students, they discovered that i-Ready would help them reach their goals and then some.
Data from the fall 2021 i-Ready Diagnostic shows that the pandemic continues to impact student learning and exacerbate longstanding education inequities among students from different races, ethnicities, and income levels.
Wondering if you can still use your pre-assessment data in late fall? Kate Gasaway explains why pre-assessment data is useful even once the school year is well underway.