Curriculum-Based Measurements. Review the articles “What is Curriculum-Based Measurement and What Does It Mean to My Child?” and “A Guide to Choosing Web-Based Curriculum-Based Measurements for the Classroom” (retrieved from the EBSCOhost database).
For this discussion, take on the role of a school administrator. Explain to your teachers why curriculum-based measurements can help support all students, especially those with disabilities. In addition, address why this is important in terms of accountability from an NCLB perspective, as well as from a special education/IEP perspective. Explain several strategies and tools that teachers can use in their daily instruction to effectively monitor student progress.