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The Process of Assessing Student Learning Is Broken

A product strategist’s perspective on data for teachers. GUEST COLUMN| by Hilary Scharton In the current assessment landscape, all schools are required to assess students because of past and recent legislature — the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) and … Continue reading

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A Step Further

Technology’s role in the evolution of useful data. GUEST COLUMN | by Brian Ludemann It is well known among education technologists that adoption of technology in our industry has always lagged behind others. There are many reasons for this – … Continue reading

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‘Personalized’ Reality

Nonprofit brings together data, content and tools for educators. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero “To succeed in today’s global economy, students need learning experiences that meet their individual needs, engage them deeply and let them learn at their own pace,” … Continue reading

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Managing That Data

Emerging trends in education data management.  INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Education data management is becoming an increasingly essential part of school administration. Over the past few years, one such company helping administrators in this area, Skyward, has seen some … Continue reading

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