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RTI Chat on Progress Monitoring

The RTI Action Network that I blogged about recently plans its first online chat with Stanley L. Deno, a professor at the University of Minnesota and an expert in curriculum-based measurement.

The chat is from 1 to 2 p.m. April 23, and no special equipment needed other than a computer with internet access. It will also be archived for later reading if you can't tune in during the day.

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