Educational Empowerment
 
 
The Educational Empowerment Literacy Audit provides an objective view of school wide literacy. The audit utilizes the monitoring tools and processes developed by researchers such as Robert Marzano, James Hoffman and Jerry Valentine. Surveys of teachers, students and parents are conducted, synthesized and analyzed. The survey results are combined with classroom observation information to determine the school's literacy strengths and weaknesses. A detailed report is compiled including Instructional practices, Level of Cognition, and Observed Instructional Practices, among others, and presented to school leadership to assist in the creation of a comprehensive school improvement plan
Literacy Audit
This service includes:
  1. On-site classroom observations
  2. Teacher interviews
  3. Student interviews
  4. Student surveys
  5. Administrator interviews
  6. Parent focus groups
  7. In-depth report, based on qualitative and quantitative data collection
Educational Empowerment has a staff of highly trained professionals with experience utilizing these tools to conduct and analyze the literacy strengths and weakness of your school or district. If you are interested in learning more about the Literacy Audit, please contact us.
 
 
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