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.
Category: In Practice
Data informs almost everything at Little Falls Township Public Schools in New Jersey, from the electives that are offered to the extracurricular activities available after school.
When Elizabeth Giacobbe arrived as superintendent of the Beverly City School District in 2011, it was already on New Jersey’s list of troubled districts. Today, the picture could not be more different.
Consider the largest school districts in the country. Hundreds of schools. Thousands of faculty and staff. Hundreds of thousands of students. The amount of data generated is massive, and so are the opportunities to learn from it.
Beauregard Parish in southwest Louisiana is an unlikely stage for the future of learning. Yet Beauregard is attracting national interest because of its remarkable success in improving student outcomes.
Samantha Nelson is the kind of teacher who sees the learning in every problem, not only for her students, but also for herself.