RTI - Mathematics: What do we know and where do we go from here?. Ben Clarke, Ph.D. Scott Baker. Ph.D. Pacific Institutes for Research . Increasing recognition of the importance of mathematical knowledge.
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Ben Clarke, Ph.D.
Scott Baker. Ph.D.
Pacific Institutes for Research
4 1 knowledge
9 4Measures for Screening
Yes, across identification options, tutoring substantially decreased prevalence.
Final Low Achievement (<10th percentile) on Gr 1 Concepts/Applications, prevalence went from 9.75% without tutoring to 5.14% with tutoring.
The report is available on the IES website:
Panel works to develop 5 to 10 assertions that are:
Challenges for the panel:
Jump start the process by using individuals with topical expertise and complementary views
Screen all students to identify those at risk for potential mathematics difficulties and provide interventions to students identified as at risk.