Drive Student Growth in the Classroom with FASTtrack Reading & Math
Too many assessments and too much data can be overwhelming and difficult to interpret. That’s why we introduced FASTtrack Reading and the Screening to Intervention Report (S2i) for Reading last summer. And this year, we’re adding the same one-click approach to math assessment with FASTtrack Math and an all-new math S2i report. Together, it’ll be easier to identify and address both reading and math skills.
FASTtrack Math — Available July 13
FASTtrack provides a simple solution for quickly screening students across multiple skill areas, and providing resources for teachers based on student results. FASTtrack ensures you are always using the right combination of assessments with your students based on grade level and time of year.
**FASTtrack is now available for both reading and math.
Updated Teacher View
FASTtrack assessments are visible to Teachers from the Screening page. In order for FASTtrack Math to be available, the appropriate assessments must be enabled for your District.
Updated Student View
FASTtrack Math Assessments by Grade
Get Customized, Research-Based Coaching and Support — Available July 13
The Screening to Intervention (S2i) report for math and reading recommends the right instruction per child, including groundbreaking, research-based instruction plans and intervention materials. It’s like having a trusted coach with you every step of the way.
FASTtrack Math includes specific assessments measuring students’ skills in areas of Number, Operations and General Math. Students’ performance and risk level data will be populated in the new Math S2i report.
Also available this summer are new math intervention content in the categories of Algebra, Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability, Measurement, Rational Numbers and Geometry.
Initiate Districtwide Change with Updated Group Screening Report — Available Fall 2020
This fall, FastBridge will provide school and district leaders new reporting to easily identify achievement gaps across districts by schools and grades — and address them quickly and systemically.
This new view within the Group Screening Report will answer key questions such as “What percentage of students are above/below benchmark by school and grade?” and “How are our students doing this year compared to previous school years?”