Product Analysis: Core5 National Progress Report (Summer 2016)

Results show that students made meaningful progress in Core5 during summer school initiatives. Twenty-one percent ended the summer working on skills in or above their grade level. The percent of students working two or more grade levels below their grade was reduced from almost two-thirds (63%) to only a third (33%). 

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Product Analysis: Core5 Every Minute Counts, Meeting Usage Targets (2015/16)

Some-Risk and High-Risk students are much more likely to reach their end-of-year (EOY), grade-level benchmark in Core5 when they consistently meet their usage targets.  For students who showed strong usage (i.e., met their targets 75–100% of weeks of use), 55% reached their EOY, grade-level benchmark. In contrast, only 2% with weak usage reached their EOY, grade-level benchmark.

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