Imagine Language + Literacy

Progress Reports Newsletter

Tracking Imagine Language + Literacy Progress

Administrators and teachers can monitor student progress through the curriculum. The administrator can see aggregated student progress in the Program Level Gains view which indicates the percentage of students working above, on, or below grade level at the beginning of the year and where they are currently. As students progress through the curriculum, the number of students working at or above grade level typically increases.


Teachers can also monitor student performance in the Imagine Language and Literacy curriculum by viewing the Progress by Lesson report. This report shows data at both the group and student levels. Teachers can see progress-by-lesson in literacy, oral vocabulary, and grammar. The Progress by Lesson report shows which lessons students have completed, tested out of, and in which lessons students are currently working. In this report teachers can also see which lessons the students have passed and which lessons are in remediation.


Student milestones can be built around the individual Achievements report and a certificate of achievement can be printed directly from the report for display in the classroom, or to be sent home with the student.

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Imagine Your Future – November 1 through November 30

Which schools, classrooms, and students are on top in Florida? This November we’re searching for language and literacy students who embody the Imagine Learning spirit. Could your school rise to the top of the state? We want to shine a light on your accomplishments this school year!


Check out the flyer for additional contest information.

Imagine-Ready Set Read: Classroom Winner in Florida!

Congratulations to the Imagine Ready, Set … READ! Miami-Dade and Hillsborough classroms that reached the Imagine Language & Literacy benchmark goal for the months of September and October.


In the following (randomly selected) winning classroom, 75% of students completed their initial benchmark exam, with a class average of at least 240+ minutes worked per active student. Great job! The below winning classrooms will receive a $50 pizza e-gift card award to celebrate in style. Stay on task and keep working in Imagine Language & Literacy to be eligible for the November award.


The J.LARK class of LINDA LENTIN K-8 CENTER, Miami-Dade County Public Schools, Florida


The Markle-Silvas class of Dover Elementary, Hillsborough CountyPublic Schools, Florida

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