mCLASS® reporting and instruction tools for new Spanish assessments have been redesigned to make data more actionable and support English language learners toward biliteracy development.

One of the enhancements include the new Dual Language reporting, which provides a side-by-side view of student performance across both English and Spanish assessment results to help identify areas of strengths in one language that can be used to support development in the other language. With this new reporting, teachers will receive instructional recommendations specific to the student’s profile in both languages and help identify transferable skills from one language to another.

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