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Universal Screening

SCHEDULE DEMO

Check in on Student Performance to Stay on Track for Success

Student performance — and academic needs — change through the school year. FastBridge offers brief, evidence-based Curriculum-Based Measures (CBM) and Computer-Adaptive Tests (CAT) for reading, math and social-emotional behavioral (SEB) screening to help you quickly pinpoint those shifts and react with the right support the moment it’s needed. Receive valid, reliable data at the end of each screening period (fall, winter and spring) to identify students who are on track and those who require supplemental or intensive instruction. Plus, receive support to implement appropriate, research-based interventions for at-risk students.

highly predictive results

Spend More Time on What Matters Most: Learning

The FastBridge system’s multi-source, multi-method approach provides accurate results in half the time as other solutions. Data are highly predictive of future outcomes so you can provide the evidence-based instruction and interventions that students truly need, when they need them.

With FastBridge, smarter screening measures are designed to:

  • Reduce “false positives” and “false negatives” regarding students’ levels of proficiency, risk, and future outcomes
  • Accurately identify instructional groupings
  • Maximize instructional time and resources

FastBridge has received positive ratings from The National Center on Intensive Intervention (NCII)

Screen for Reading, Math and SEB

FastBridge Reading

Efficiently measures both basic and higher-level reading skills.

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FastBridge Math

Measures performance on basic and higher-order applied math.

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FastBridge SEB

Measures social, emotional and academic behaviors.

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Read the Case Study

The North Saint Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School District is proof that assessment data can be used to boost student growth. Learn how they’ve reduced race-based learning gaps and moved more students toward reading benchmarks.

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