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75% of fourth- and eighth-graders attended public schools that provided hybrid or in-person instruction during the last few weeks of winter.
Mississippi's Laurel School District received a 'F' though recent data showed students making substantial progress, Superintendent Toy Watts says.
Artificial intelligence will power more complex and collaborative learning activities along with deeper assessments of students' knowledge, experts say.
The 2021 Preparing Test-Resistant Students for Assessments: A Staff Training Guide offers tools and strategies to reduce test resistance in students with and without disabilities.
A majority of reviews on one website focused heavily on tests scores and were written by parents at schools in affluent neighborhoods, an analysis has found.
Districts must plan to administer statewide assessments this spring, despite obstacles posed by remote learning and other situations related to COVID-19 pandemic responses.
An 'misaligned' web of early learning assessments" makes it hard to determine how much students learn during preschool through grade 2, a new report finds.
Biden administration's testing flexibility will not end the debate while the courts and Congress are likely to weigh in on gender identity, discrimination and athletics.
Lessons learned from the pandemic will lead to greater broadband access, social-emotional learning, and formative learning models.
While some applauded the flexibility from accountability and reporting, the requirement to administer statewide summative tests has been met with concern in many quarters.
Why district administrators should be paying as much attention to the courts as to the Biden administration in the coming months.
Biden administration guidance says schools should not require students to return to schools in person for 'the sole purpose of taking tests' and offers waivers for accountability systems.