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High-Quality Assessments Used for the Right Reasons May be a Useful Tool for Teachers to improve Teaching Quality

In his CenterLine post, Can Educational Assessment Improve Teaching?, Executive Director Scott Marion invited readers to share their thoughts on the complex, but critical issue of identifying ways that assessments can be used to improve teaching quality. In this guest post, we share Kadie Wilson’s response to Scott’s invitation. Kadie Wilson is Assistant Superintendent in New Hampshire School Administrative Unit #9.

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Can Educational Assessment Improve Teaching?

What Would it Take to Design an Assessment System Around a Goal of Improving Teachers’ Knowledge and Skills?

How would I design an assessment or assessment system if my goal was to improve teaching? My colleagues, Chris Domaleski and Leslie Keng, and I met recently with state assessment leaders who are thinking about reforming their assessment system. 

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