Do Grades Show Progress?


Grades serve a purpose, I suppose. They do not, however provide most kids hope or a feeling of improvement. The fact is regardless of grades, kids get better academically in regard to skills, knowledge, and reading ability throughout the year even if their grades diminish or look like a roller coaster. A student’s trajectory is […]

MindPlay’s Universal Screener for Students

kids in computer lab doing universal screener for students

The right universal screener is an invaluable tool for educators and parents. It can assess students’ reading skills and quickly identify literacy struggles, so interventions can be designed and implemented immediately. Discover MindPlay’s Universal Screener – comprehensive software that works. Learn why it’s such a beneficial choice when assessing student progress in phonics, vocabulary, fluency, […]

MindPlay’s Math Screener for Students

math screener for students

Math literacy is essential for success in school and beyond. Math assessments are a powerful tool that help parents, educators, and school administrators assess skills quickly and accurately, ensuring students have the best chance of achieving in math at any level. MindPlay’s math assessment is designed to measure students’ skill levels and progress, so you […]

MindPlay’s Dyslexia Screener for Students

student with headphones using dyslexia screener.

Dyslexia is a common learning disorder that affects millions of students globally. It can be challenging to diagnose, but we believe there is a better way. Screening for dyslexia in children as young as kindergarten can be simple when you have the right tools. MindPlay’s Dyslexia Screener can help identify if your child has signs of […]

Indiana Implementation: A Win for Third Grade

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Marc Slaton, Ed.D. is the district superintendent of Scott County School District 2 in Scottsburg, Indiana. Dr. Slaton was kind enough to share his district’s experiences with using MindPlay Virtual Reading Coach.The district has a 50+% free and reduced population and a 20­25% special education population. The district has four elementary schools, all of which […]