FEV Tutor was recently featured in an article on eSchool News written by Dr. Martinrex Kedziora, Superintendent of Moreno Valley Unified School District in California. In the article, "Here's how we made data usable for our teachers," Dr. Kedziora details how his district not only collects the right data but also connects interventions to data to help students learn.
The students at Moreno Valley Unified School District (MVUSD) were struggling in Math. State test scores were low and according to Dr. Kedziora, "I knew we had to do something outside the box—and quickly—to catch our struggling students and prevent them from falling further behind."
The district adopted NWEA MAP Growth to start getting better insights into the specific skills each student needed to master to catch back up to grade level. Next, the district looked for interventions that could use MAP data to differentiate instruction for every learner. FEV Tutor was one of those interventions.
Personalized Tutoring Plans were created by analyzing MAP Growth data for each learner. Students then worked 1:1 with their own professional tutor on learning strands identified to meet their growth goals. FEV Tutor shared formative assessment data weekly to make sure that students were staying on track to reach projected growth goals for the year.
The data analytics team at FEV Tutor even did a full analysis to examine the impact of the tutoring on MAP Growth and the CAASPP.