Progress monitoring

Progress monitoring is a scientifically based practice that is used to assess children's academic performance and evaluate the effectiveness of instruction. The Institute addresses ways to improve progress monitoring techniques and measurements among preschool and school-age children. See same topic in Educational accountability and assessment.

The following Institute products, projects, and/or staff address this topic.

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  • Center for Early Education and Development (CEED)

    Improves developmental outcomes for young children nationwide through applied research, training, and outreach (publications, events). CEED is an interdisciplinary center of the University of...

  • Connecting the Dots: Early Transition Training

    Delivers online training developed by the project to help Part C Service Coordinators, LEA staff, and Service Providers understand important aspects of early childhood transition. This training,...

  • North Central Regional Resource Center (NCRRC) [ICI center] [Archived]

    Provided technical assistance and dissemination support to state education and lead agencies in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, and Wisconsin as they sought to sustain...

  • Research Institute on Progress Monitoring (RIPM) [ICI center] [Archived]

    Engaged in development of a seamless and flexible system of student progress monitoring for use in K-12 schools across ages, abilities, and curricula. The system resulting from RIPM's research is...

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