Here we present brief reports of growth measures, models, and polices draws from more comprehensive writings.
Mathematics Achievement Gaps for Elementary and Secondary Students:
The Influence of Opportunity to Learn and Special Education Status
Elliott, S. N., Kurz, A., Tindal, G., Stevens, J. J., & Yel, N.
Cross Sectional and Longitudinal Portrayals of the Special Education Mathematics Achievement Gap
Schulte, A. C. & Stevens, J. J.
Growth Models for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities
Farley, D., Saven, J. L., and Tindal, G.
Opportunity to Learn: A Key Access and Validity Issue of Academic Assessments for Students with Disabilities
Kurz, A. and Elliott, S. N.
Constructing Alternate Assessment Cohorts: An Oregon Perspective
Saven, J. L., Farley, D., and Tindal, G.
Learning to Read: Kindergarten Readiness Growth in Reading Skills
Irvin, P. S., Alonzo, J., Nese, J. F.T., and Tindal, G.
Measuring Math Growth: Implications for Progress Monitoring
Alonzo, J. and Irvin, P. S.
Oral Reading Fluency Growth: A Sample of Methodology and Findings
Tindal, G. and Nese, J. F. T.
Risk-Category Transition Patterns for Students in Grades 2 to 4
Park, B. J.
Statistical Test for Latent Growth Nonlinearity with Three Time Points
Nese, J. F. T.
The Plateau of Oral Reading Fluency Growth: A Preliminary Investigation
Patarapichayatham, C., Nese, J. F. T. and Saez, L.