Articles: Evaluation

John Hattie
John Hattie is an education researcher at the Melbourne Educational Research Institute at the University of Melbourne in Australia.
Why smaller class sizes, homework and projects don’t always benefit learning
Renee A. Foose
Renee A. Foose is superintendent of Howard County Public School System in Maryland.
Improving achievement by identifying students’ strengths
Deborah Yaffe
A fourth grade teacher at Cornelius Elementary School in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools is evaluated by video.
Video emerges as an advanced evaluation tool that offers more depth to teachers and administrators
Alison DeNisco
Sharon Jacobs and Paulita Musgrave from Washington Montessori School in Greensboro, N.C. share the ASCD’s 2015 Legislative Agenda with Rep. Virginia Foxx (R-NC) during ASCD’s Leadership Institute for Legislative Advocacy in Washington, D.C.
ASCD says schools and teachers shouldn't be evaluated based on standardized test scores

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State department of education adopts ACT Aspire as part of ambitious plan to ensure college and career readiness
Paving an individual path to success: Creating IEPs for every student with the help of technology
Elementary schools across the country are utilizing intelligent adaptive math instructional programs as part of blended learning models to move students further and faster
MIND Research Institute’s ST Math program allows young California charter school to raise test scores and improve teaching