Articles: Assessment

A fourth grade teacher at Cornelius Elementary School in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools is evaluated by video.
Deborah Yaffe
Video emerges as an advanced evaluation tool that offers more depth to teachers and administrators
Alison DeNisco
Some states allow families to opt out for religious or disability reasons, while others mandate tests but have no consequences for non-participation
Alison DeNisco
Staff-led cheating on standardized tests has been documented in 40 states and the District of Columbia
A snake is the centerpiece of a lesson at the Conservatory Lab Charter School in Boston. It’s a program of Expeditionary Learning, a non-profit that partners with district public schools and charters providing innovative curriculum and teacher-created resources.
Jessica Terrell
Combining PD, project-based learning and real world experience propels student success

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