Kid's College prescriptive, data-driven
instruction can be a pivotal tool
in your attempt to provide a multi-level Response to Intervention (RTI) program that can make all the
difference for youngsters and struggling teens.
The online assessment acts as a universal screener to help you establish a baseline grade level
ability for students to identify skills gaps early, before academic failure sets in. Put Kid's College
to work with students who are at-risk, and see how fast they respond to individualized lessons, online
remediation and supplemental skills practice based on their needs
Photo: Today's students yearn for a new way to be challenged in and out of the classroom.
You can bet that they'll appreciate you providing them with anywhere, anytime learning.
Accountability Reports and Student Workbooks
As you integrate Kid's College into your daily teaching routine, you'll see how easy it is to use and
schedule periodic assessments throughout the school year. You can also generate student data reports to
monitor and document progress. Prescribed printable workbook pages enable students to pick up their
school work at home. These workbooks can be an effective tool for parents to participate in their child's
academic future. Parental involvement is an essential component of RTI programs, so Mom and Dad can participate in online and
offline practice activities and keep abreast on their child's progress through scheduled data reports emailed directly to them.
Tier 2 and 3 Support
Kid's College visual, color-coded data reports will help you assemble student groups for Tier 2 small
group interventions according to the common skill deficits the students share. Armed with this knowledge,
you can offer students increasing and intensive instruction that may be necessary in Tier 3 by assigning
work through the Kid's College Classroom Management System.
Try our Demo to see how Kid's College can equip you with the essential components
for an effective RTI program: high-quality, data-informed instruction written from state frameworks, a scientifically
research-based approach to learning, and an equal opportunity for academic success for all students, especially those
at-risk and who need extra support due to cognitive and physical disabilities.
Title I: Improving the Academic Achievement of Disadvantaged Students
Title I of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) legislation designates supplemental funding to help schools improve the
academic achievement of disadvantaged children. According to the U.S. Department of Education, the purpose of
Title I funding "is to ensure that all children have a fair, equal and significant opportunity to obtain a
high quality education and
reach, at minimum, proficiency on challenging state academic achievement
standards and state academic assessments."
Kid's College is proven to help students improve their abilities using these valuable tools:
- Standards-based curriculum
- Practice assessments and
- Data reporting
REAL Results for Title I - Hueytown Elementary, AL
Read the results of Hueytown Elementary School in Alabama. This Title I school selected Kid's College to
help narrow the achievement gap between high- and low-performers and achieved real results - like a 20-percent
increase in the number of fourth graders Meeting or Exceeding Math standards on the SAT-10.
Photo: Hueytown students improved SAT-10 results using Kid's College!
Kid's College provides high-quality, core standards-based instruction and an equal opportunity for academic
success to at-risk students, migrant students, students with limited English proficiency (LEP), homeless students,
students with disabilities, or any student in need. Ask your Kid's College representative about using Title I funds
to implement the program in your school.