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Tag: Washington DC
Teachers and parents are extraordinarily apprehensive about where students stand academically. Early studies show that the impact of lost learning time, compounded with summer learning loss, could be substantial.
Prompted perhaps by the recent release of disappointing NAEP reading scores, many state education leaders are asking, what aren’t we getting right about literacy instruction?
Anecca Robinson is no stranger to interim assessment. In fact, she creates her own. A few years ago, she and her team began developing interim assessments to prepare for the end-of-year summative tests.
Recent disappointing results on NAEP and PISA have prompted many policy makers and pundits to question the billions of dollars invested in large-scale, standards-based reform initiatives.