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This link to the National High School Center website provides information on the Center's early warning tools for student retention.

This link is to the progress monitoring tools chart compiled by the National Center on Response to Intervention (NCRTI). As noted at the NCRTI website, "This tools chart reflects the results of the third annual review of progress monitoring tools by the Center's Technical Review Committee (TRC)." An explanation of the chart's features is provided at the bottom of the page. A link to a downloadable PDF version of the Progress Monitoring Tools Chart User's Guide is also provided.

This link is to the screening tools chart compiled by the National Center on Response to Intervention (NCRTI). As noted at the NCRTI website, "The screening and progress monitoring tools charts reflect the results of reviews of tools by the Center’s Technical Review Committee (TRC)." An explanation of the chart's features is provided at the bottom of the page.

This link is to a Center on Instruction guide on the use of assessments with adolescent literacy instruction. Part I addresses using assessments, and Part II provides examples of assessments or assessment systems in use.

This link to the Center on Instruction website provides a professional learning module on progress monitoring in mathematics.

This Research Institute on Progress Monitoring brief provides a reference list of articles and book chapters on the development of progress monitoring procedures for secondary school students in reading, content-area learning, and writing. It also includes a section on student progress monitoring practices proven to work at the secondary level. 

This link to the Center on Instruction website provides a report explaining curriculum-based measurement in mathematics.



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