Student Profiles and GAPS
Chart an Academic Journey Toward College Readiness for Individual Students or Groups of Students Beginning in Grade 5
State, national, and international standardized assessments, grades 3-12, are 100% aligned with the state and/or national standards, grades 1-12. The college entrance exams including the new, revised 2016 SAT and 2014 ACT are 100% aligned with the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and the international assessments in Reading, Writing, and Mathematics.
Students deserve a standards-based instructional program to compete at the state, national, and international levels.
Many students graduating from high school in the top 25% of their graduating class must take the SAT several times to meet the requirements score for admittance to a 4-year college or university.
Based on the Kilgo Research Model for identifying the Power College Readiness Standards in the Grades 3-12 in national and state curriculum standards, many of the students re taking the SAT and/or ACT numerous times for college admittance have had the gaps in critical reading comprehension skills and/or critical mathematics concepts in grades 5-12.
Using the Kilgo Research Model it is possible to
- chart a student's academic journey toward college readiness;
- identify the gaps in an individual student's or group of students' academic journey toward college readiness; and
- provide intervention strategies, including suggestions for elaborate rehearsal in a developmental sequence for gaps in comprehension skills and mathematics concepts.
Parents, order your child’s student profile and you will receive a gap analysis and intervention strategies for filling the gaps in your child’s academic journey toward college readiness. Order your student's gap analysis using the form below,and then mail or fax his or her state standardized test results to:
Standards First, Inc.
208 Hewitt Drive, Ste 103-392
Hewitt, Texas 76712
Or fax to us at: (254) 399-0388