WEBINAR RECORDING – Next Generation Science Standards: Exploring Ten Years of Progress in Science Education
Understand how to incorporate Next Generation Science Standards through NGSS Science Assessments in the systemwide approach to education.
New Meridian’s MasteryGuide™ Assessment Puts Student Learning Back into the Center of State Assessment and Accountability
Groundbreaking assessment reduces testing time, meets federal accountability requirements, and delivers meaningful data to empower teachers, students, and families.
Randy Schuessler is Chief Technology Officer at New Meridian, responsible for the company’s technology strategy, customer and enterprise systems, data analytics, and security. He has 30 years of technology development experience with 20 years in educational assessment. We caught up with Randy to talk about everything from his unique background to his approach to technology. […]
The U.S. Department of Education (USED) has approved a Field-Testing Flexibility Waiver for the new Montana Alternative Student Testing (MAST) pilot program, an innovative through-year assessment design championed by Montana State Superintendent Elsie Arntzen.
Nearly a thousand educators and experts convened at the National Conference on Student Assessment (NCSA) in New Orleans this June to discuss through-year testing, community engagement, and other vital components of next-generation assessment as states continue to revise their systems in the wake of the pandemic.
Ever since No Child Left Behind was signed into law in 2002, assessments have been a fixture of the education landscapeâ€”a very divisive one. But assessments have changed a lot over the last twenty years and are still changing to better meet the needs of students, teachers, schools, districts, and states. On this episode of The Report Card, Nat Malkus discusses the future of assessments and more with New Meridian CEO and founderArthur VanderVeen.
Ashley Eden, Senior Vice President for State Partnerships, explores how adopting a more holistic assessment approach moves education closer to achieving the decades-old promise that assessment can directly impact classroom learning.
State tests that are useful for both instruction and accountability: A conversation with New Meridian’s Arthur VanderVeen (Part II)
In the second part of this two-part interview, Arthur peers into his crystal ball and discusses the future of state assessments, including the leveraging of artificial intelligence. Hereâ€™s what he said.
In part one of this two-part interview, Arthur talks to Dale Chu about the process and possibilities of developing large-scale assessments that are useful for both instruction and accountability.