Recommendations for federal and state stakeholders to address pandemic impacts and improve assessment and accountability systems over the long term.
Ideas stem from three convenings of more than 60 organizations representing state departments of education, school districts, policy and advocacy groups, universities, and more.
In this webinar, our panel of practitioners, policy experts, and researchers discussed the role of high-quality assessment data, alongside nonacademic information, as a critical component of district and state efforts to address student and systems-level needs in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
NWEA recommendations to the federal government regarding the need to expand flexibility and incentivize innovation in both assessment and accountability systems.
As new legislation shifts educational priorities, district-level administrators rise to the challenge of maintaining stability for teachers and students. Learn how high-quality assessment can support this effort, and help districts prioritize student learning.
When it comes to academic standards, the only constant is change. Schools need to make sure their assessment solutions are up to date and aligned with the latest legislation.
Education leaders are facing tremendous challenges today, challenges that provide opportunities to reimagine systems of assessment and accountability, and address inequities and barriers.