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Instructure’s annual report highlights the importance of teachers, engagement, equity and technology.
States missed a valuable opportunity to use school report cards to help parents better understand how COVID disrupted student learning, a new report says.
One ed-tech expert calls 'learning loss' narrow deficit language that misdiagnoses the broader set of challenges educators, students and families are striving to overcome.
Superintendents should be aware that federal funding sources from ESSA to ESSER let state education leaders invest in the collection and analysis of district data.
Here's why central office and building leaders in the Pass Christian School District meet regularly to take deep dives into their data.
Not testing students and updating IEPs could change entire academic trajectories for students if they do not receive data-driven supports and services.
The case for smart assessment of essential skills at the secondary level to ensure success.
The achievement impact of COVID is shrinking in many grades, though students remain farther behind in math, according to Star assessments of 3.8 million students.
Districts reported lower kindergarten enrollment in 2020-21, which means returning students could alter the traditional makeup of the early grades this fall.
Many educators are coming to recognize that the disruptions of COVID have thrown into sharp relief the need to assess students more equitably.
Girls in the U.S. showed higher rates of growth mindset than did boys. More affluent students also expressed a greater belief in the potential to expand intelligence.
Aptitude tests provide a more complete picture of a students' abilities and potential, and can open their eyes to new potential careers, research says.