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Attleboro High School, a member of MCIEA Cohort 1, has made great strides in Quality Performance Assessment implementation. See how they did it.
Neema Avashia, a teacher at McCormack Middle School in Dorchester, shares the power of student communities in the face of school closures and other crises.
QPA's Rapid Prototyping Process helps teachers produce performance assessments when time is precious, but it can also help students and the community get in on the performance assessment design process.
The spark generated by performance assessments is catching at every grade level at Lincoln Elementary. If you want to see the true power of innovative assessments, simply talk to the folks who are in the thick of it, our students and teachers.
What does a performance assessment look like, and just how do you design one? Check out these six posters that give you a rare look at the thought process behind quality performance assessment design.
Educators, parents, students, and community members are eager to create a new education landscape in which the primary focus is on creating engaged, collaborative learners, readers, writers, problem solvers, and creators.
Higher test scores do not necessarily equate to quality schools. James Noonan shows how using standardized tests as the singular gauge for school quality affects school and residential segregation.