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In Kindergarten through 2nd grade, teachers use 3 screenings to identify ELP students:
1. GO-MATH Assessment
-This test is given at the beginning, middle, and end of the school year.
> Establishes what students already know at the beginning of the year.
> Shows student growth throughout the year.
> Indicates which students may need differentiation, or instruction differing from the average student.
2. NWEA (MAP Testing): Click here to learn more about MAP Testing
-Teachers use student’s fall scores to determine higher achieving students that may require educational enrichment.
> Tests student’s abilities in Math, Reading and Language Arts.
> These tests compare a student’s academic growth over time, as well as predicts their future growth.
3. Classroom Assessment Data
-Classroom teachers are responsible for identifying students that are performing above average.
4. Teacher Referral
5. Classroom Performance