Report: More students hit NWEA reading and math targets through personalized learning
from THE Journal
A group of school districts that incorporated personalized learning practices in the classroom report achieved average growth of 130 percent in reading and 122 percent in mathematics for approximately 36,000 students who took the NWEA Measure of Academic Progress exam. More than half of those students met or exceeded the reading growth and math growth targets. These findings come out of the third annual report from Education Elements, a national K–12 consulting firm of educators, designers, technologists and change-management experts. Since 2010, the firm has worked with 127 districts, impacting more than 600 schools, 34,000 teachers and 545,000 students across the United States.
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