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Teacher Evaluation Pt. 1: A Good Idea Gone Bad?

By Scott Marion | National Center for the Improvement of Educational Assessment | January 3, 2019
State-mandated teacher evaluations haven’t fulfilled promises to increase teacher quality and student learning. So, what went wrong?

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How to Remodel Our Assessment System: Part I

By Deborah Good, Director of Organization Learning and Research | October 23, 2018
What would it mean to put students at the center of our state’s assessment system? We asked 40 different experts in education; here’s what we found.

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Tearing Down the Silos of Work and School

By Tony Monfiletto, Director | courtesy of iNACOL | October 16, 2018 Now think back to a time in your life when you had a positive experience with assessment. The assessment might have been formal or informal, maybe at school or in your professional life—anytime when you were being evaluated in a way that was meaningful to you. I invite …

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The Yazzie/Martinez School Sufficiency Decision Is About Way More than Money

By Edward Tabet-Cubero, NM Coalition for the Majority | August 2, 2018 Now think back to a time in your life when you had a positive experience with assessment. The assessment might have been formal or informal, maybe at school or in your professional life—anytime when you were being evaluated in a way that was meaningful to you. I invite …