In Oregon’s first large-scale student assessment since the COVID-19 pandemic, statewide academic performance has declined significantly statewide and locally. The Oregon Department of Education released its first state assessment results since 2019 on Thursday, following a statewide testing waiver due to the coronavirus pandemic. COVID-19. Some rates have dropped byRead More →

FOLSOM, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–August 23, 2022– PowerSchool (NYSE: PWSC), the leading provider of cloud-based software for K-12 education in North America, today announced Sonoma Valley Unified School District (SVUSD) in Sonoma, CA selected PowerSchool Unified Classroom® Performance Matters and PowerSchool Unified Insights™ to improve the assessment and reporting skills of studentsRead More →

FOLSOM, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–PowerSchool (NYSE: PWSC), the leading provider of cloud-based software for K-12 education in North America, today announced Sonoma Valley Unified School District (SVUSD) in Sonoma, CA selected PowerSchool Unified Classroom® Performance Matters and PowerSchool Unified Insights™ to improve the assessment and reporting skills of students in the district.Read More →

Publication date: August 12, 2022 4:39 p.m.Author: Texas AFT The House Public Education Committee met Tuesday to hear public and guest testimony regarding the implementation of HB 3906, as well as progress on recommendations from the 2016 Commission on Assessments and Accountability for the upcoming generation. HB 3906, from theRead More →

In its 10th year, the Center for Assessment, Curriculum and Technology Research assures its commitment to contribute to the improvement and innovation of the Philippine education system. CONTRIBUTED IMAGE The Assessment, Curriculum and Technology Research Center (ACTRC) has urged education officials to consider using learning progression on digital grades toRead More →

Statewide assessment scores for elementary and middle school students in Colorado fell in 2021 from scores recorded before the COVID-19 pandemic. At the same time, the number of students taking the test fell statewide from previous years, according to data compiled by the Colorado Department of Education. Reading scores forRead More →

Statewide assessment scores for elementary and middle school students in Colorado fell in 2021 from scores recorded before the COVID-19 pandemic. At the same time, the number of students taking the test fell statewide from previous years, according to data compiled by the Colorado Department of Education. Reading scores forRead More →

Students at their desks at Pinon Elementary School in September 2021. (Eddie Moore/ Albuquerque Journal) Copyright © 2022 Albuquerque Journal With students largely stuck behind computer screens during the COVID-19 pandemic, standardized testing in New Mexico has understandably taken a hit. Although children are back in classrooms, the state likelyRead More →

Developing student assessment for community learning Session 1: Wednesday June 8, 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. in the President’s dining room (PDR) This three-part workshop will guide participants in building customized, ready-to-use assessment tools for their own CEL-oriented courses. Alyssa Melby, Director of the Academic Civic Engagement Program at St.Read More →

SAN RAMON, Calif., February 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Riiid, a leading AI education solutions company, has announced that its new paper demonstrating a multitasking (MTL) learning framework that combines knowledge tracking (KT) models and Option Tracking (OT) for more accurate student assessment has been accepted by the Association for theRead More →

SAN RAMON, Calif., February 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Riiid, a leading AI education solutions company, has announced that its new paper demonstrating a multitasking (MTL) learning framework that combines knowledge tracking (KT) models and Option Tracking (OT) for more accurate student assessment has been accepted by the Association for theRead More →

Charles County Public Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) are distributing individual reports this week to students who took the i-Ready program assessments earlier this fall. The reports will be sent home with the students this week starting Wednesday December 1st. The students who have taken the i-Ready assessments are asRead More →

Students in the La Crosse School District performed above the state average in reading, social studies and math. LA CROSSE, Wisconsin (WXOW) – Students in the La Crosse School District performed above the state average in reading, social studies and math. The pandemic continues to hamper learning statewide. La CrosseRead More →

Albert Lea’s school board heard presentations on World’s Best Workforce program on Monday as well as data from the most recent MCA tests. In showcasing the world’s best workforce, Mary Jo Dorman, Executive Director of Teaching and Learning, and Julie Eaton, Coordinator of Teaching and Learning, presented the board withRead More →

New Delhi: Teachers believe the way students are taught and assessed in schools will need to be changed in the post-Covid era, according to a study from Azim Premji University. The study, titled “Open Schools, Emphasis on Recovering Lost Learning: The Clear Voice of Teachers,” is based on responses fromRead More →

Developing student assessment for community learning Session 3: Monday, June 20, 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. at the Interpretation Center This three-part workshop will guide participants in building customized, ready-to-use assessment tools for their own CEL-oriented courses. Alyssa Melby, Director of the Academic Civic Engagement Program at St. Olaf College,Read More →

A female teacher wearing a face mask visits her classroom while learners are at home taking online classes or completing modules to continue their education amid the Covid-19 pandemic. In the Philippines’ first year of participating in the International Student Assessment Program, results showed that 15-year-old Filipino students ranked lastRead More →

The National Education Policy (NEP) has laid a solid foundation for transformational changes in the education sector. The sector has faced some of the major challenges including access to education, fee structure and e-learning issues. Technically, assessment also measures teachers’ effectiveness in explaining concepts, math, science, vowels in English, etc.Read More →

According to the release, three STAAR tests were affected by the connectivity issues, including writing in fourth grade, writing in seventh grade, and English I. (Courtesy of Adobe Stock) As a result of connectivity issues with the State of Texas Assessments Online Test Platform for Teacher Readiness that disrupted testingRead More →

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The federal government is now providing guidance to state educators on standardized testing, and Indiana is making changes due to the pandemic. The Indiana Department of Education said the assessment tests will take place this spring in an extended period. The state makes it clear that itsRead More →

Latest news on New Zealand declining position in international education evaluation rankings has been treated as if it were a new phenomenon requiring drastic changes in the school system. But some suggested solutions, like the Appeal from the Federation of School Principals for greater involvement of the Ministry of EducationRead More →

If you wanted to determine, tomorrow, if your child was on the right track in reading or math, who would you turn to? What if you wanted to know how your child was doing in a particular mathematical concept, like the Pythagorean theorem? Some companies exist for these purposes, suchRead More →

California educators are looking to postpone student assessment tests statewide this year. The State Board of Education plans to seek a waiver from the US Department of Education and other federal agencies to suspend testing requirements in school districts closed due to coronavirus concerns, a spokesperson for the Coronavirus saidRead More →

Conducting “equity-conscious evaluation” is the focus of a new report by the National Institute for the Assessment of Learning Outcomes (NILOA) which examines existing practices and recommends changes to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse student population. The month of January 2020 report“A New Decade for Assessment: Embedding EquityRead More →

The La Cañada Unified School District has outdone itself once again, continuing to improve its academic performance and overtaking other high-performing local school districts to top the state’s rankings in English and finish second in math, according to test results released this week by the California Department. education.California Assessment ofRead More →