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Understand Who Is Most At-Risk and Communicate With Parents to Reduce the Achievement Gap


You know that learning loss has occurred. You may have ideas about the types of interventions to address it. The greatest challenge is identifying who is in need. With SchoolStatus you can pinpoint those students most adversely impacted and engage their family to address the learning loss right away.
Charting Learning Loss

Multiple Data Sources Highlight Trends

Data to understand learning loss is likely in multiple data silos: Student Information System, Assessments files and multiple Benchmark programs. Integrate all data points in one place to find gaps in student achievement.

Identify Students At-Risk

Identify At-Risk Students

At-risk students are more adversely affected by COVID closures. Real-time data like absences, infractions, low/failing grades, and socioeconomic factors can identify specific students for intervention

Measure Current Progress

Measure with Current and Past Data

Without recent state assessment data, utilize benchmarks and formative assessments in addition to historical state assessments as a  measurement of where students are today, relative to where they've been. 

Address Learning Loss with Parents as Partners

Engage Parents to Address the Gap

Addressing learning loss starts with providing parents consistent updates on their child's progress. Build parent engagement through 1 to 1, data-informed conversations and begin to decrease the achievement gap immediately. 

Get a Clear Picture of Where Your Efforts Are Needed the Most

 

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WEBINAR: Identify & Measure Student Learning Loss
WEBINAR | TUESDAY, MARCH 4TH

Identify & Measure Student Learning Loss
in the Absence of State Test Data


WEBINAR: TUESDAY, MARCH 4TH at 2pm CT / 3pm ET
Whether from the summer slide or COVID closures and remote learning, how will you measure student growth and achievement without the data from Spring 2020 State assessments? Dr. Joy Smithson, Data Scientist for SchoolStatus, will share strategies on how to identify and monitor your at-risk students who cannot afford to slip through the cracks. Curriculum and Instruction Leaders from Columbia School District will showcase how they have tackled this challenge in past years and continue to do so today.
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OVERVIEW

MEASURING & ADDRESSING LEARNING LOSS


Learning losses are not evenly distributed across school districts, nor are the challenges students are facing in the wake of the COVID-19 school closures. All students—especially students receiving remote instruction—are absent more often than in a typical school year. Many are not completing their assignments. Some have not been heard from in months. When this information sits in multiple data silos, how do you know which students are falling the farthest behind?
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Identifying and Addressing Learning Loss in Public School Districts

THE DIFFERENCE IS DATA

Identifying and Addressing Learning Loss in Public School DistrictsHow will districts across the nation identify learning loss in their students and how should it be addressed in the classroom and home? “There is a significant amount of learning loss that we’re going to have to adjust and account for to give kids what they morally deserve,” stated Texas Education Agency Commissioner, Mike Morath.

Learning loss is a topic that is top of mind for educators across the country. In order to catch kids up quickly this year, it will require that teachers have real-time information on student progress and that parents become engaged and involved in order to meet district performance goals.

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Assessment Interrupted

IMPLICATIONS OF COVID-19 FOR ACCOUNTABILITY IN 2021 AND HOW TO PROGRESS

Assessment Interrupted Special ReportThough you may not have results of state tests to reference, most students will have taken two (fall and winter) benchmarks during the 2020 school year. Benchmark data will be helpful, if not critical, for indicating where to begin instruction, and aggregate results can paint a picture of achievement for your school or district.

Benchmarks are designed to estimate students’ performance on higher stakes tests, and projections typically have acceptable rates of accuracy. For highly vetted assessments, correlations between predicted and observed scores generally range from .50 - .70, with some variation by subject and grade level. Unless your students were testing on a brand new benchmark for the very first time, you can place a lot of confidence in your benchmark’s results.

Assessment organization NWEA has recommended that in order to support growth and achievement, educators should establish authentic relationships with students, addressing their social and emotional needs.  Additionally, they recommended addressing content that was skipped and work to bridge the gap for 2021 grade-level standards.

The assessment organization along with researchers at The Annenberg Institute, Brookings, and Renaissance also recommend that educators be prepared to handle differentiated instruction, as “students are likely to enter school with more variability in their academic skills than under normal circumstances.”

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