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These Districts of Distinction runners-up are paying for AP tests and dual-credit classes, expanding summer programs for all students and providing more opportunities for students through construction projects.
In rural North Texas, closing school buildings sped up Sunray ISD’s journey toward student-driven instruction freed from the strictures of standardized tests.
District Administration partnered with Voyager Sopris Learning to develop and deploy a survey of school administrators in May 2020, asking them about their expectations for student learning loss after the […]
Heading into the new school year, teachers crave data on online learning’s impact on students and they also want more training in how to use the information.
California Lutheran University is believed to be the first in nation to enact policy that gives students who took Advanced Placement classes and registered for spring exams maximum credit.
While the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in school districts having breaks from the requirements of statewide accountability systems, state leaders say it's time to track student progress again.
Many states could extend their suspensions of high-stakes school testing into the next year due to complications relating to the novel coronavirus.
With the "COVID-19 slide" likely to impact some students severely, administrators will have to assess learning loss and use the data to develop interventions.
Starting the 2020-21 school year early and lengthening the calendar into next summer may be the best way to provide equity for students and narrow achievement gaps that have widened during coronavirus closures.
Seattle Public Schools cites equity concerns as it offers "A" or "incomplete" grading for high school students adjusting to online learning.
A growing number of colleges and universities have gone test-optional, dropping requirements for SAT and ACT standardized test scores as the coronavirus outbreak hinders students' access to the exams.