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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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Cool Tool | ClassInsights from WebAssign

This flexible and fully customizable online instructional system puts powerful tools in the hands of teachers, enabling them to deploy assignments, instantly assess individual student performance, and realize their teaching goals. More than 9 million students have used WebAssign to submit … Continue reading

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A Good Look

Six ways to make data work for teachers and their students. GUEST COLUMN | by Woody Dillaha and Jeanette Haren Thanks to the rise of technology, K-12 teachers have more student data than ever. Even so, it’s not always easy … Continue reading

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Smart Teachers

A superintendent’s perspective on the importance of teacher data and the implications of applying it to improve classroom performance. GUEST COLUMN | by Robert Thomason Recently, so much time and energy have been spent discussing student data – how to … Continue reading

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