Whether you're a school principal, classroom teacher, or inquiring parent, you will find something helpful here. We have collected and categorized various resources we hope will be of use to you as you seek to build and refine your learning support programs.
Learning support programs require coordination of students, teachers, parents, administration, and LEA professionals. How can you best meet that need at your school site?
Measuring the achievement of diverse learners requires a keen eye for individual strengths, regular progress monitoring, data analysis, and flexibility. Do you view success through the lens of individual growth?
Resources are so much more than just money, but without money, managing your non-financial resources can be a daunting task. How can you use the funds you already have in the most efficient manner? Where can you get more funding?
Learning support programs come with some unique documentation requirements. How do you document identification, interventions, progress monitoring, and communication?
Classroom teachers do the bulk of the heavy lifting with your diverse learners. Teachers need tools to help meet the needs of their special-needs students, but which ones are the most effective?
School leaders looking to create learning support programs at their sites do not need to reinvent the wheel. The Tool Kit provides the essentials for beginning the process of building your program and facilitating its growth.