Our Progress Tracking addresses these questions. The testing produces a progress report that addresses trends in progress over time. Closing the gap is the goal as one may improve but fall further behind. Progress testing may be done as often as weekly.
For most progress testing, students are tested at the start and end of school year and the difference is compared. Often a whole year of potential progress is wasted on ineffective interventions because of lack of good progress monitoring.
We can test frequently because no two tests are the same. Each test has a large pool of potential items that are randomly chosen. We do not have to wait until the student “forgets” the test.
When the student completes all the tests, the system generates a report addressing progress made. The report compares previous performance to the current performance. Speed, accuracy and percentile scores are compared to previous scores in tables and charts.
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