Ed tech provider IXL has launched a new universal screener designed to help educators determine student proficiency levels and identify students who may be at-risk or in need of extra supports.
The tool, called IXL Real-Time Diagnostic, analyzes students' ability in math and English language arts and generates a personalized action plan for each student based on results. Assessments take about 45 minutes to complete in each subject area.
According to IXL, Real-Time Diagnostic is "complimentary during the 2022–2023 school year with an IXL Math site license."
Further details can be found at ixl.com/diagnostic.
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