We build sustainable practices by equipping educators with evidence-based practices to accelerate learning and close equity gaps.
Creating Classrooms That Work For All Students
Are you concerned about your COVID-19 learning loss and skill regression?
inclusive teaching practices
differentiated and individual supports
Would you like to accelerate and close the equity gaps?
What We Do
Our job-embedded professional development approach to developing and refining special education teachers’ practices, knowledge, and skills is based on the research and evidence-based methodologies of precision teaching, structured literacy, multisensory approach, gradual release of responsibility approach, and multi-tiered systems of support.
What Does The Research Say About Equity?
The research is clear, when teachers are not adequately prepared to teach students with diverse instructional needs, the achievement gap widens, which leads to an equity issue. One-size-fits all topic-specific workshops will not provide an instant solution.
We Walk The Talk
Our staff of experienced, highly qualified professionals serves as a valuable resource for educators and learners on a range of content related to teacher effectiveness and improving the outcomes of all students.
Impactful Professional Development And Measurable Results
The Center for Student Achievement Solutions research and evidence-based program strengthens educators’ ability to:
Interpret diagnostic, formative, benchmark, and summative assessment results to identify students’ strengths and areas of need to plan individualized instruction.
Identify skill gaps to establish learning targets and expectations for students with IEPs and provide feedback on how they can reach them.
Design inclusive and equitable lesson plans based on the Gradual Release of Responsibility (GRR) model (I do, We do, You do) to ensure all students, master the concepts and skills taught.
Provide high-quality corrective instruction to help remedy the areas that have not been mastered as a follow-up to assessments for students to master the concepts and skills previously taught.
Apply new knowledge in the classroom and receive feedback, with data collection to reflect on how teaching practices influence student learning over time.
What Does The Research Say About Student Achievement?
National Center for Learning Disabilities states that the success of students with learning disabilities can be a reality when every classroom has a well-prepared, and highly effective teacher.
The Responsibility of School Leaders in Promoting Teacher Effectiveness
Teachers will not be able to master and sustain effective instructional strategies without the proper support from their leaders, including principals and assistant principals. CSAS offers School Leadership Development to help you:
Identify why change is necessary, and what kinds of changes will impact student achievement.
Develop a healthy, collaborative school culture to establish shared goals and expectations.
Focus on evidence-based high-leverage instructional strategies to improve student outcomes.
Use implementation science, and impact data to make mid-course corrections.
Explore Our Solutions
READY TO CREATE INCLUSIVE AND EQUITABLE CLASSROOMS
Schedule a call to discuss your school’s vision for special education and create a plan that gets results.