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It Might Just be a Pile of Bricks! 

The Challenges of Creating Balanced Assessment Systems

“…a collection of assessments does not entail a system any more than a pile of bricks entails a house.” Coladarci (2002)

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The Center is Getting Emotional about Assessment

Part 4: How School Leaders Can Use SEL Data to Support Student and Staff Wellbeing During a Global Pandemic

This is the final post in a four-part series on social and emotional learning (SEL) assessment by Center associate Chris Brandt and guest author Katie Buckley, Managing Director of Research & Learning at Transforming Education. Across four posts, they make the argument that balanced systems of assessment must effectively support SEL and offer recommendations for how states, districts, and schools can and should support social and emotional learning in responsible and useful ways through assessment.

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Start Now for a Coherent Assessment System in the Fall

In recent weeks, CenterLine has featured several posts by Center associates and guest authors addressing how states, districts, and schools should consider using assessment to support instruction when school begins again in the fall. We are pleased to share this guest post by NWEA’s Patrick Meyer and Gage Kingsbury, psychometric consultant, with their perspective on this important topic.

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