Welcome back, North Carolina educators!
Now that your state assessment contract is over, you have the option to have mCLASS® as your assessment solution again for only $3.95 per student. The tried-and-true assessment you’ve used in the past can once again be your gold-standard assessment and instructional suite for early literacy, helping every child learn to read confidently.
With the details of back to school unknown, mCLASS provides a sense of comfort and security for your teachers by showing them exactly how to monitor and support every student in their classroom.
What you can look forward to with the implementation of mCLASS:
- Familiar, robust classroom and administrator-level reports
- Guidance on remote administration
- Efficient one-minute measures
- Instruction that highlights observed patterns from students’ assessment results and recommends activities to target skill deficits
- Additional text and comprehension measures already within the mCLASS platform for a broader view of students’ learning.
Assess remotely with mCLASS
Whether your school is engaged in in-person, hybrid, or remote instruction, we know how important it is for teachers and administrators to understand every student’s literacy and math development. mCLASS has created a collection of resources to help you plan for a variety of scenarios for the 2020–2021 school year.
We’ve got you covered—no matter what you’re anticipating for back to school.
Personalized learning for every student
Amplify Reading is a K–8 student-driven literacy program that provides both remediation and enrichment for all students, leveraging the power of compelling storytelling to engage students in personalized reading instruction and practice.
At its heart, there are 3 main areas that make Amplify Reading a unique supplemental learning program:
- The program meets all students where they are with powerful individualized instruction and practice
- Age-appropriate narratives create a learning experience that leaps off the screen
- Research shows Amplify Reading improves student performance–particularly among English Learners–reducing the overall percentage of students at risk of reading difficulty.
Explore the program