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Using Benchmarks and Personalized Growth Plans to Raise Achievement Now

Learn how ThinkCERCA educators Shauna Evans and Denaye Hylton in Jefferson County Public Schools are using our Benchmark assessments and differentiated instructional resources to accelerate growth in ways that teachers, families, and leaders can actually see in Spring assessments.  This conversation is facilitated by Emily Wilson,  East Coast Regional Director of District Success for ThinkCERCA, and Eileen Murphy, ThinkCERCA Founder and CEO.


         Shauna Evans - Middle School Instructional Lead for ELA, Jefferson County Public Schools 

       Denaye Hylton - Middle School ELA Teacher, Newburg Middle School, Jefferson County Public Schools 

        Emily Wilson is the East Coast Regional Director of District Success for ThinkCERCA. Emily is a longtime educator & instructional leader having served as a teacher, intervention specialist, instructional coach & administrator across private, public charter, and turnaround public schools. Prior to joining ThinkCERCA, Emily spent several years in the nonprofit sector supporting districts and schools with literacy integration and literacy leadership efforts.

          Eileen Murphy is the founder and CEO of ThinkCERCA, a tool designed to support systems-level literacy growth. Winner of the Gates Foundation literacy courseware challenge, ThinkCERCA’s results made them the number one choice for the Gates Foundation and Digital Promise partnership for college and career literacy. Eileen is also an NCTE author and a Pahara Aspen Fellow.

Webinar Video Clips

What are ThinkCERCA Benchmarks?

 Why ThinkCERCA Benchmarks?

 Personalization Made Easy

Gain Insights

Grade Calibration

Coaching Windows


My Favorite "No"

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