|Window Opens||Window Closes|
|Fall||September 5th||September 30th|
|Winter||January 16th||February 10th|
|Spring||April 24th||May 19th|
- Try to conduct the screening within a two week window, allowing for some extra time the following week to catch any students missed.
- The system will again enforce assessment certification. This means that users will be prevented from administering any assessment that he/she is not certified to administer.
Screening and intervening go hand in hand. Educators must be mindful of what the data tells them and how it can support making appropriate intervention decisions.
This chart can help guide your thinking when selecting and placing students in interventions.
(Keystone AEA ELI Blog 10_19_15)
Screening and Intervention Chart
Approved Literacy Assessments 2016-2017 – This document contains information about assessments approved for use as universal screening and/or progress monitoring measures to meet the requirement of Iowa Code section 279.68. (Page 3 lists assessments and grade levels).
Early Literacy Interventions Reviewed List: The document contains summary information regarding the Iowa Department of Education’s review of PK-12 literacy interventions. (Page 4 provides a list of interventions and grade levels).