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Understanding Student Growth Data

By: Rachel Brown, Ph.D., NCSP

As the school year winds down and you begin to review data and set goals for the coming year, student growth becomes an important topic. In particular, school leaders want to know if all students made at least one year’s growth in one year’s time. Additionally, for students who started out behind, leaders need to know whether they made “catch up” growth so they can meet grade-level learning goals.

In order to make sense of student growth data, leaders need to know what constitutes typical growth, how it is measured, and how much additional growth some students need to make to reach learning goals and standards.

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