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NWEA: High-poverty schools can still have high student achievement growth

from Education DIVE

Allowing states to incorporate measures of student progress into their accountability systems is a major difference between the former No Child Left Behind Act and ESSA. "Recognizing growth provides schools incentive to improve the performance of all students — from those who start school the furthest behind and may not reach proficiency in the first few years to the higher performers who are already proficient and ready to move to advanced achievement," Jim Hull, the director of impact for the Foundation for Excellence in Education, wrote in an article last fall. more

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