Results of a 6-week correlation study showing trends in Rhithm student users’ self-regulation as measured by the Rhithm Assessment
ESSA Evidence-Based Standards
The passage of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) in 2015 changed how the education system supports low-performing schools. Under ESSA, there are four tiers, or levels, of evidence:
Supported by one or more well-designed and well-implemented randomized control experimental studies.
Supported by one or more well-designed and well implemented quasi-experimental studies.
Supported by one or more well-designed and well-implemented correlation studies.
Demonstrates A Rationale
Practices that have a well-defined logic model or theory of action, are supported by research, and have some effort underway by an SEA, LEA, or outside research organization to determine their effectiveness.
PROMISING EVIDENCE GEARED FOR GROWTH
We Are at Tier 3, Headed to Tier 1
Rhithm has demonstrated Promising Evidence through a well-designed correlational study. Rhithm has partnered with researchers at the University of North Texas to conduct a randomized control experimental study throughout the Spring 2020 semester. *Interventions applied under Title I, Section 1003 (School Improvement) are required to have strong, moderate, or promising evidence (Tiers 1–3) to support them. All other programs under Titles I–IV can rely on Tiers 1–4.
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