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?
Tag: Interim Assessment
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.
There are plenty of U.S. school systems that are larger than Department of Defense Education Activity.But none can say they operate across 10 different time zones, with schools in 11 foreign countries, seven states and two U.S. territories.
Juan D’Brot and Erika Landl are senior associates at the National Center for the Improvement of Educational Assessment. The Prime caught up with them as they finish a busy year.
What are the most important trends in assessment we will see in 2020? Matt Lisk, Senior Vice President at New Meridian, addresses the issue.