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Building a solid literacy foundation is of paramount importance during a learner’s early school years. Aligned to the PLC at Work® process, this practical resource outlines how collaborative teams can fully support and encourage literacy development in preK through first grade.
Discover how to design standards-aligned instruction, assessment, and intervention that support the literacy development of every second- and third-grader. This resource contains best practices for collaborative teams looking to improve their students’ reading comprehension.
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From 2005 to 2012, student scores on the California Academic Performance Index (API) increased from 702 to 822. For EL students, the scores increased from 636 to 772.
In just two years, Seneca High School rose to the 42nd percentile of all schools in the state after being in the bottom 5th percentile.
SAT scores in critical reading, mathematics, and writing combined increased from 1767 to 1915.
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