Start Early! Measure Growth and Achieve Improved ACT Results for Missouri Students
The earlier we start, the better we can build a path for college and career readiness for more Missouri students, increasing their opportunities, and improving performance on the ACT®
test. But when? How? And why? We’ll tell you during our upcoming webinar.
Join Maria Bielik, Director of College and Career Readiness from Fox C6 School District in Arnold, MO and Sherry Reed from ACT and learn more about using ACT’s connected system of assessments and interventions at grades K-12 to improve data-driven practice in your schools. You’ll hear about how a Missouri district is starting early to strengthen the comprehensive assessment plan and use the data to drive instruction, all based on ACT’s College and Career Readiness Standards®
This is one you won’t want to miss. Register today! Join us on March 5, March 19 or April 2 for a FREE webinar.
- Learn more about ACT’s connected system of assessment and intervention to create a path to college and career readiness for Missouri students.
- Consider data-driven instruction strategies using ACT tools at grades K-12 that are anchored in ACT’s College and Career Readiness Benchmarks to improve ACT performance.
- Make the connection to an intervention system that will help schools and districts to implement interventions and personalized instruction.
- Learn what a Missouri district is doing to strengthen the comprehensive assessment plan at grades K-12 and increase ACT performance for juniors and seniors.
Sherry Reed is a Senior Account Executive at ACT with more than 35 years in education as a classroom teacher, administrator and educational consultant specializing in school improvement and change processes. Sherry focuses on students, educators, and relationships with the families that support schools. She is dedicated to helping educators improve educational outcomes for students.
Maria Bielik is the Assessment, College and Career Coordinator K-12 in the Fox C6 School District. Maria has 17 years in education as a classroom teacher and administrator. She serves 17 buildings in the district with approximately 12,000 students and 1600 staff members. Maria focuses on preparing all students to be college and career ready and that every student graduates as an expert in something they are going to love to do for the rest of their lives.