Policy & Advocacy
Transforming Education Through Covid-19 Recovery: Research Findings, Policy Recommendations, and Lessons from the Ground
COVID-19 altered nearly every facet of education last year. Watch the webinar with a panelist of experts as they discuss new research from NWEA on the academic progress of students during the pandemic and implications for policies and practices aimed to support recovery and advance learning for historically underserved communities.
How can policymakers and education leaders advance learning for all students next year and beyond? These equity-focused recommendations by NWEA Policy and Advocacy, informed by new NWEA research on student achievement trends in the 2020-2021 school year, can help federal, state, and district leaders support learning recovery for all students and lay a strong foundation for student success.
How can policymakers and education leaders advance learning for all students next year and beyond? Read highlights from new NWEA research on student achievement in 2020-2021 and equity-focused recommendations by NWEA Policy and Advocacy informed by this work for federal, state, and district leaders working to support learning recovery to lay a strong foundation for success for all students.
Use this strategic planning tool to identify your district’s key areas of need and resources that support learning for students affected by COVID learning interruptions.
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.
Learn about Louisiana’s curriculum-aligned, through-year approach to ELA and social studies assessment, developed in partnership with NWEA and other partners to foster deeper learning and close opportunity gaps.
Products: State Solutions
NWEA recommendations to the federal government regarding the need to expand flexibility and incentivize innovation in both assessment and accountability systems.