Assessment

Articles: Assessment

A fourth grade teacher at Cornelius Elementary School in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools is evaluated by video.
4/28/2015
Deborah Yaffe
Video emerges as an advanced evaluation tool that offers more depth to teachers and administrators
4/22/2015
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
4/8/2015
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.
3/27/2015
Jessica Terrell
Combining PD, project-based learning and real world experience propels student success

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