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The Next Generation of State Assessment and Accountability

Part 3: Changes to the Current Accountability Model That May Fundamentally Reshape Educational Assessment and Accountability

This is the final installment in a three-part series on the future of large-scale state assessment and accountability. Of course, it is impossible to know the future, but forecasts for educational assessment can be informed by examining what has shaped state assessment and accountability in the past. 

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Sizing Up the Next Generation of Large-Scale State Assessment and Accountability

Part 2: The Role of Education Theory, Public Support, and Political Policy in Shaping the Next Dominant Pattern in State Assessment and Accountability  

This is the second in a three-part series on the future of large-scale state assessment and accountability. Of course, it is impossible to know the future, but forecasts for educational assessment can be informed by examining what has shaped state assessment and accountability in the past.

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The Next Generation of State Assessment and Accountability has Already Started

Part 1: What Will Be the Next Dominant Pattern in State Assessment and Accountability, and What Might Cause It?  

This is the first in a three-part series on the future of large-scale state assessment and accountability. Of course, it is impossible to know the future, but forecasts for educational assessment can be informed by examining what has shaped state assessment and accountability in the past. In this post, I look at the role played by emerging operational capacities and the desire for efficiency – specifically computer-based assessment.  

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Matching Instructional Uses with Interim Assessment Designs

The Importance of Ensuring that an Assessment is Designed to Support its Intended Uses

Assessments are the most powerful and useful when designed intentionally for particular purposes – especially when it comes to interim assessments.  

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What’s Next in State Accountability?

The Lack of Consistency in Accountability Results Across the Country Provokes  This Fundamental Question

States will soon publish (or have already published) the first results of their federally-mandated accountability systems. 

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