19 Jan 2021  • 

Profile in Reading Success: How Saint Paul Public Schools Uses Assessments Even Remotely to Guide Instruction


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Learn about reading instruction and why screening and progress monitoring is crucial to understand what type of instruction is needed. Presented by .. Read more Sue Braithwaite, PK-12 Literacy Supervisor, Saint Paul Public Schools (MN); and Kyle Wagner, Ph.D., NCSP, Research Associate, Illuminate Education. Educators in Saint Paul Public Schools (MN) use this knowledge to teach students the skills they need to become strong readers. Sue will also discuss how SPPS has continued screening and progress monitoring during remote learning and the valuable insights that data have provided educators in their efforts to provide equitable, effective reading instruction to students. There will be time for questions at the end of the presentation. Sue Braithwaite is the supervisor of literacy for the Saint Paul Public Schools in Minnesota. Sue has a passion for deepening understanding about how students learn to read and for building students’ passion for reading while using data to inform instruction.

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