Measuring Up–the Key to Meeting State/National Standards

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Measuring Up materials are available in digital and print format and can be used to serve full classes, small groups, Saturday instruction, or summer school. For example, the National Dropout Prevention Center conducted a year-long study of the Measuring Up program and its impact on student outcomes. Two I recommend are: National Dropout Prevention Center’s evaluation of Measuring Up reveals students experienced substantial academic progress.

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Statistically, almost half of school dropouts do so because they don’t see the relevance. These include Common Core, TEKS, Next General Science Standards, or California/National CTE Standards (optional but gives the experts better insight into your curriculum objectives). She is the editor/author of over a hundred tech ed resources including a K-8 technology curriculum , K-8 keyboard curriculum, K-8 Digital Citizenship curriculum.

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