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Anne Bubnic

Student Grouping in a PLC - 1 views

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    There is a significant difference between differentiated instruction and differentiated curriculum. Tracking is dedicated to the later. Differentiated instruction is not just clustering all students with similar learning needs into one group and providing them with different curriculum, but rather it requires giving students who are struggling to learn the essentials more time, more support, and new learning experiences with different strategies and different structures such as small-group instruction and individual tutoring.
Anne Bubnic

Consistent ELL Guides Proposed - 0 views

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    In a move that could prompt major changes in the way states measure the achievement of English-language learners, the U.S. Department of Education is planning to tell states they must each use a consistent yardstick in determining when a child is fluent in English and when that child no longer needs special ELL services.
Anne Bubnic

Narrowing the Academic Language Gap to Reduce the Achievement Gap - 0 views

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    You must teach vocabulary if you expect students to use it.
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PI Tools At Your Fingertips - 0 views

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    CTAP Region IV and Regional System of District and School Support (RSDSS) developed these Microsoft Excel® templates to assist you in analyzing CST and benchmark assessments.
Anne Bubnic

Using Data to Close the Achievement Gap: How to Measure Equity in Our Schools - 0 views

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    This book is a step by step recipe book for using data in your schools. "It answers the who, what, when, where, and how. The book is not a complicated read and it is an excellent book for a book study with the entire staff.This book will help staffs to understand how data can help to improve the climate and culture in a school, instruction and the academic outcome of all students."
Anne Bubnic

Closing the Achievement Gap: Research and Recommendations - 0 views

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    Based on research conducted by the California P-16 Council, the CDE and other partners involved in this project, specific recommendations have been proposed to address the achievement gap among student subgroups.
    Note Recommendation #11: Design, develop, and implement coherent and relevant professional development in the areas of data collection, analysis and interpretation

Anne Bubnic

Closing the Achievement Gap: Achieving Success for All Students - 0 views

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    This Web site is part of the statewide initiative to close the achievement gap. Aimed at supporting the work of policymakers, educators, and interested community members, it is the electronic hub for helpful information, research, and success stories about efforts to close the gap in California.
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Closing the Achievement Gap: How Schools are Making It Happen - 0 views

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    One of the most vexing problems in American education is the achievement gap. Schools and districts are tackling the problem in different ways and seeing results. The first step in dealing with the achievement gap is acknowledging that the problem exists. Yet not all districts break down student performance data to show how various racial and ethnic groups perform.
Anne Bubnic

Beyond Test Scores: Leading Indicators for Education - 0 views

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    From the Annenberg Institute. Using Data for Decisions. A study of four leading-edge districts suggests what it might take to create a system that provides useful information about early signals of progress toward academic achievement.
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