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This video, developed by SABES, provides a quick overview of the ESOL standards and benchmarks for programs in Massachusetts.
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* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * The STAR Tips and Techniques newsletter provides ideas, examples and scenarios regarding implementation of Evidence-Based Reading Instruction.
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For your reference—a one page handy guide to the ELA portion of the SABES website.
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This blog, created by the UMass Center for Educational Assessment, is a “one-stop shop” for materials related to the NRS assessment trainings.
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Program Directors may use this form to request a BEST Plus 2.0 or TABE CLAS-E Writing Scoring training in a specific region.
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Have questions about the NRS assessment trainings and certification requirements? The answers may be waiting for you!
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"What Is Evidence-Based Reading Instruction and How Do You Know It When You See It?" This 13-page brief, produced under a contract with OCTAE , reflects the experience of the Los Angeles Unified School District’s Division of Adult and Career Education as it worked to bring about fundamental changes...
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Developed for adult education teachers "who want to build and strengthen adults’ reading skills," Applying Research in Reading Instruction for Adults: First Steps for Teachers provides guidance on how to plan and deliver reading instruction. Research-backed strategies that have been proven to work...
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Writing to Read: Evidence for How Writing Can Improve Reading , a report from the Carnegie Corporation of New York , was written by Steve Graham and Michael Hebert of Vanderbilt University and published by the Alliance for Excellent Education . As stated in the Executive Summary (p.4), this report...
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WIOA requires ABE programs to provide explicit and systematic instruction in essential components of reading to adult learners of all levels. Explicit and systematic instruction is also good practice for effectively serving our population of students with learning challenges. Research has...

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