Assessing Student Learning In The "New Normal"
Register now Tuesday, January 19, 2021 10:00 a.m. PT | 1:00 p.m. ET
In current teaching and learning environments, can educators get the high-quality assessment data they have historically relied upon to understand student learning? Should statewide summative testing still happen this spring? How should results from district and state tests be used? Join our esteemed panel for a live webinar examining these questions from the perspectives of research, policy, and practice. Understand the role that high-quality assessment data plays in supporting education equity; find out what the research shows about comparability of remote assessments; and learn how policies and practices can support student-centered use of district and state assessment data this year, whether remote or on-site. If you’re unable to attend the session live, please register to receive a link to the recording.
Aaliyah Samuel, EdD Executive Vice President, Government Affairs and Partnerships, NWEA
Jennifer O'Neal Schiess Partner, Bellwether Education Partners
Sen. M. Teresa Ruiz Senate President Pro Tempore and Education Committee Chair, New Jersey State Senate Nate Jensen, PhD Director, Center for School and Student Progress, NWEA
Tiffany Arce Assistant Director, Curriculum and Instruction, North East Independent School District, Texas
Jennifer Gutierrez Executive Director of Elementary Curriculum and Instruction, North East Independent School District, Texascountries.021 NWEA. NWEA is a registered trademark of NWEA in the US and in other countries.