Federal Policy, Harness Opportunities in ESSA, Leverage Career and Technical Education, Create Space to Pilot Systems of Assessments
Rethinking Systems of Assessments and Building Educator Capacity
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The new federal K-12 education law, the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), presents states with historic opportunities to increase flexibility around systems of assessments and educator development systems. By taking advantage of these new flexibilities, states can transform K-12 education toward personalized, student-centered learning.
What can these new systems of assessments look like under ESSA, and how can we build educator capacity around these new assessments? View this archived webinar to hear from assessment experts Brandt Redd and Bonnie Hain on how states can build systems of high-quality assessments that drive student learning and provide teachers with real-time, meaningful information about a student’s progress toward competency attainment.
By fundamentally rethinking the role of assessments for teaching and learning, states can create systems that enable personalized learning for all students and personalized professional development for all educators.
- Brandt Redd, Chief Information Officer/CTO, Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium
- Bonnie Hain, Vice President, Products and Service Development, Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (Parcc Inc.)