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Recouping Skill Loss with Powerful Intervention Strategies

Recouping skill loss after the challenges created by COVID-19 is top of mind for educational leaders planning for back to school.

Watch this webinar, led by the Hon. Robert Pasternack, PhD, to learn how to get students back on track using powerful, proven intervention strategies.

From RtI to MTSS, Dr. Pasternack will provide guidance on:

• How to make sound intervention decisions amidst changing educational circumstances
• Why every intervention plan should start with data
• How to promote skill acquisition whether students are learning from home or at school
• What’s new with MTSS and its inclusion in ESSA

Watch the Webinar!

About Robert H. Pasternack, Ph.D.

Dr. PasternackThe Honorable Robert H. Pasternack, Ph.D. served as Assistant Secretary for the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services at the U.S. Department of Education under President George W. Bush. During his tenure, he was responsible for the reauthorization of IDEA to include RTI and the implementation of No Child Left Behind. Dr. Pasternack was the New Mexico State Director of Special Education. He is a nationally certified school psychologist, educational diagnostician, school administrator, and teacher.


Learn about Reading

Animated assessments and lessons focus on foundational skills predictive of future reading success.

Learn about Math

Math skills are presented and assessed in fun, game-like experiences that include grocery shopping and singing with rock stars.

Learn about Spanish

Interactive activities and assessments designed specifically for Spanish-speaking students help learners make connections through prior knowledge, cultural identity, and heritage.


Formative Assessments

Nationally normed Istation’s Indicators of Progress (ISIP™) measure student growth with engaging, computer-adaptive diagnostic and screening programs for pre-K – 8.

Learn about ISIP