CHILDREN’S PROGRESS ACADEMIC ASSESSMENT
Results of a recent review by Children’s Progress Academic Assessment (CPAA) show that the longer children are enrolled at a Goddard School, the better they become at learning. They also show that the longer children are enrolled at a Goddard School, the higher they score on mathematics and literacy assessments. According to the results, Goddard School students outperform non-Goddard students. A Goddard School student is 45% more likely to perform above his or her grade level than a non-Goddard peer.
WHAT IS CPAA?
CPAA is an early childhood assessment system that helps teachers create lessons that meet the needs of each child. This stress-free and developmentally appropriate program measures each student's comfort level with major early literacy and mathematics concepts. CPAA grew out of decades of research at Columbia University and is used by schools, school districts and state agencies nationwide.