Here we follow a cohort of 5th grade students enrolled in our comprehensive instructional support tutorial program using math tutoring pullouts during the 2016 to 2017 academic school year. The students enrolled in the program were selected based on an identified need for mathematics intervention. Their growth was assessed by the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) test held in March of 2017, and these results were compared within this results summary to the cohort’s performance on the 2016 STAAR.
This case study highlights a cohort of high school students enrolled in Saturday test preparation course within a charter school in Texas. Students participated in a Saturday morning ACT® preparation course through a comprehensive support tutorials program in the spring of 2017.
This data highlights a cohort of high school students enrolled in a high school math class, at an alternative high school in Texas. Students participated in math intervention pull- out tutorials through a comprehensive support tutorials program in the spring of 2017. Students were selected based on their identified need for intensive mathematics support to complete and successfully pass the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) math tests to prepare them for college & career-ready options upon graduation.
This data summarizes the results of a cohort of 5th grade students participating in an APL intervention support tutoiral program for grade 5 reading. This particular cohort was initially selected for not meeting minimum passing standard and received tutorial sessions, twice a week for one hour per session. The results compare the students state assessment pre and post program intervention.
These results highlight a cohort of students participating in APLs intervention support tutorials for 5th grade STAAR math. Students were selected to participate in the program based on their previous year and current year performance, and the assessed need for further intervention support. The students participated in Saturday tutorials during the spring semester and scaled scores were compared from 2015 to 2016 for the cohort. Following tutorials, the average score growth was over 13% from 4th grade to 5th grade math. Also, within this group, 100% of the students met a satisfactory progress measure on the exam.